Sonja Udovcic’s dynamite performance on the court this past weekend continues to reap prestigious accolades as the Lynn University volleyball star was named the Sports Imports/American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division II National Player of the Week on Tuesday, as announced by the AVCA.
The accolades continue to roll in on Tuesday for Sonja Udovcic of the Lynn University volleyball team as the junior outside hitter was named to the All-Sunshine State Conference Second Team, as voted on by the leagues’ coaches.
Following an excellent final weekend of play for the Fighting Knights, junior Sonja Udovcic of the Lynn University volleyball team has been tabbed the Sunshine State Conference Offensive Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday.
Lynn University's volleyball team finished the regular season with a strong 3-0 Sunshine State Conference victory over Florida Tech on Saturday afternoon. After a long third set, senior Rafaela Fonseca clinched the victory for the Blue and White with an ace.
Lynn University’s volleyball team took down Embry-Riddle 3-2 in a five-set marathon on Friday night in Sunshine State Conference play. Junior outside hitter Sonja Udovcic recorded the most kills by a Fighting Knight in over 17 years while the team’s 117 digs are the most in a match in over 20 years.
The seventh-ranked Tampa Spartans were too tall a task for Lynn University’s volleyball team on Saturday as the Fighting Knights got off to a slow start and fell on the road in Sunshine State Conference play, 3-0.
Emotions were kept in check from start to finish but with the final kill of the night, Rafael Fonseca embraced her team in tears in leading Lynn University's volleyball team to a 3-0 sweep over Nova Southeastern on Senior Night.
The Halloween costumes were nearly as impressive as the volleyball action Saturday evening inside the de Hoernle Sports and Cultural Center as Lynn University’s volleyball squad earned an exciting 3-2 victory over Eckerd College in Sunshine State Conference play.
Lynn University’s volleyball team held an early lead and had its chances to take down the Gulf South Conference’s second-place team on Saturday, but the Fighting Knights dropped a 3-1 decision to West Alabama in the finale of the 2018 South Region Crossover.
Lynn University’s volleyball team got off to a slow start on Friday at the 2018 South Region Crossover, dropping its first match of the day 3-0 to Alabama-Huntsville, but the Fighting Knights responded with a 3-0 triumph over Shorter in the nightcap.
The 2018 South Region Crossover Schedule has been set, officially announced by conference committee members on Sunday, October 14. This season’s crossover features a total of 24 teams – 12 from the Gulf South Conference, and 11 from the Sunshine State Conference with the addition of Spring Hill College as the 12th team. The 24 teams will square off in a round-robin format over the course of two days, October 19 and 20, based upon overall conference seedings.
Sophomore middle Lauren Odom was heavily featured in the Lynn University volleyball team’s offensive game plan on Saturday evening, but the Fighting Knights dropped a close Sunshine State Conference contest at Florida Southern College, 3-1.
Lynn University's volleyball team fell to No. 18 Palm Beach Atlantic on Tuesday night, 3-0, during Sunshine State Conference action. The Fighting Knights had a lead and momentum near the end of the first set, but a Sailfish rally set the tone for the rest of the night.
Lynn University's volleyball team took down Sunshine State Conference foe Embry-Riddle 3-0 in the de Hoernle Center on Saturday afternoon, marking a three-set Fighting Knights sweep for the second consecutive night. Sonja Udovcic and Rafaela Fonseca both had double-doubles in the match.
Lynn University's volleyball team utilized an impressive performance in the final frame Friday night for a 3-0 Sunshine State Conference victory over Florida Tech. The Blue and White won the third set 25-7 behind a show-stealing 11-0 run served by Marine Kinna.
Lynn University’s volleyball team picked up its first true road victory of the season on Tuesday night, knocking off Nova Southeastern in midweek Sunshine State Conference play, 3-1. The Fighting Knights amassed 97 digs, marking the most digs in a four-set match for the program in nearly 15 years.
Despite a first-set victory and a solid performance at the net defensively throughout, Lynn University’s volleyball team was unable to carry over the momentum from a big Friday night win as the Fighting Knights fell to Saint Leo University in Sunshine State Conference action on Saturday afternoon, 3-1. Lauren Odom posted 11 blocks, tying the school record for most blocks in a four-set match.
Lynn University’s volleyball team secured its first Sunshine State Conference win of the young season on Friday, knocking off a tough Florida Southern College squad in an offense-heavy five-set thriller, 3-2.
Lynn University’s volleyball team opened up its 2018 home slate on Saturday afternoon with South Florida rival Barry University. In a back-and-forth affair, the Bucs remain undefeated with a thrilling 3-2 victory over the Fighting Knights in the second Sunshine State Conference tilt of the year.
Lynn University’s volleyball team had a tough task in its 2018 Sunshine State Conference opener on Friday night, having to travel to No. 4 Palm Beach Atlantic University. Lynn kept it close throughout but the Sailfish took the match in four sets, 3-1.