MATCH-UP:
No. 5 Rollins (11-3) vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (9-5)

WHERE:
Barker Family Stadium & Cahall-Sandspur Field | Winter Park, Fla.

WHEN:

Sunday, April 16, 2017 | 3:00 PM

COVERAGE:

VIDEO: Geico Tars Sports Network
PLAY-BY-PLAY: Clark Sprinkel
LIVE STATS: TarsStats.com

SET-UP:
After suffering an 18-5 setback at the hands of fourth-ranked Florida Southern on Tuesday evening, the fifth-ranked Rollins women’s lacrosse team looks to get back to its winning ways on Sunday afternoon when they welcome Lenoir-Rhyne to Barker Family Stadium and Cahall-Sandspur Field.  The south region match-up will mark the second-to-last game of the regular season for Rollins, which will get under way after the Tars honor their 2017 senior class on Senior Day.

Rollins saw their 10-game win streak snapped on Tuesday night at the hands of the defending National Champions, Florida Southern.  Lenoir-Rhyne is riding a two game skid, and most recently fell to the Mocs by a final score of 15-5 on Friday evening in Lakeland.  Prior to that, the Bears saw themselves post a five game winning streak, including a 14-13 victory over Sunshine State Conference opponent Tampa on March 31.  So far this season, Lenoir-Rhyne is 5-2 when playing on the road.

TRACKING THE TARS:
Junior goalie Malorie Olin currently sits seventh in Division II in save percentage (.517), as well as sixth in goals-against average (7.08), and leads the SSC in both categories.  Kallie German leads the team in goals (33), assists (24), and points (57) so far this season, followed by Hannah Ashton with 33 goals and three assists for 36 points.  Paige Brock follows with 31 points, having tallied 26 goals and five assists, followed by Brittany Eveler with 22 goals and four assists for 26 points on the year.  Maggie Dougherty has amassed 21 goals and 14 assists, good for 35 points to follow Ashton.  Hannah Coakley and Lily Rizk wrap up the double-digit goal count with 13 and 11, respectively.  Olin leads the team in ground balls with 24, followed by Sophie Stavisky with 23 and Dougherty with 21.  Dougherty has won a team best 33 draw controls in 14 games played, followed by P. Brock with 28, and Rizk with 23.  Defensively, Lindsay Van Beck has caused a team high 22 turnovers, followed by Maddie Hendren with 11 and German and Rizk with 10 apiece.  In goal, Olin has played a total of 703 minutes and has faced 215 shots in 14 games played.  Olin has earned 89 saves for a save percentage of .517, and has allowed just 83 goals this season, averaging 7.08 per game.  Sarah Neely has played 136 minutes between the pipes, facing 45 shots and earning 15 saves for a save percentage of .375.  The freshman has allowed 25 goals, averaging 10.97 per game. 

TRACKING THE BEARS:    

Gabby Sousa leads the team in goals and points with 37 and 43, respectively, followed by Alyssa Sack with 31.  Torrey Schwitkis has posted 17 goals and added a team high 18 assists for 35 points overall.  Sack has added seven assists for 38 points, good for second best on the squad.  Rachel Elmore has picked up a team high 23 ground balls, followed by Emily Kessler with 20.  Defenisvely, Sack and Jessica Kane have caused 10 turnovers apiece to lead the team.  Off the draw, Sack has won a team high 35, followed by Elmore with 30.  In goal for the Bears, Ines Flueck has played and started in all 14 contests, seeing a total of 703 minutes between the pipes.  Flueck has faced a total of 287 shots, earning 94 saves for a save percentage of .435.  The junior has allowed 137 goals, averaging 9.72 per game.

NOTES:

  • Rollins is 7-1 on the season when playing on their home turf
  • The Tars are outscoring their opponents,
  • Rollins is outscoring its opponents 187-108 in 14 games this season
  • The Tars lead the all-time series between the two programs, 8-0
  • The last time the two teams met, Rollins defeated the Bears by a final score of 15-2 in Hickory, N.C.

NEXT:

Rollins returns to action on Thursday, April 20, when they host Florida Tech in their final game of the regular season at Barker Family Stadium and Cahall-Sandspur Field.  Game time against the Panthers is slated for 7 p.m.  Fans who are unable to attend the game will be able to follow all of the action with a free live video broadcast on the Geico Tars Sports Network on RollinsSports.com, as well as with live stats on TarsStats.com.

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