No. 6 Rollins (12-4, 2-2 SSC)
Rollins
10 -
14
FIT
No. 9 FIT (12-2, 3-1 SSC)
Stat Comparison
CATEGORY ROLLINS FIT
Goals 10 14
Assists 1 3
Shots 18 25
Ground Balls 14 18
Draws 13 11
Clears 18-22 20-24
Saves 4 5

STATISTICAL NOTES
ROLLINS
## PLAYER G A SH GB DC CT
12 Kallie German 3 0 3 1 1 1
27 Hannah Ashton 2 0 4 1 4 1
25 Maggie Dougherty 2 0 4 0 2 0
1 Lindsay Van Beck 0 0 0 3 2 2
ROLLINS GOALIE STATS
## PLAYER Minutes GA 1 2 Saves
11 Malorie Olin 60:00 14 2 3 5
FLORIDA TECH
## PLAYER G A SH GB DC CT
3 Sara Grenier 4 0 7 0 0 0
8 Caroline Dunleavy 3 0 4 1 0 2
20 Lauren Tybor 3 0 3 3 3 0
6 Allie Modica 3 1 4 2 3 0
24 Olivia Going 0 0 0 3 0 3
FLORIDA TECH GOALIE STATS
## PLAYER Minutes GA 1 2 Saves
21 Stephanie Stuart 60:00 10 1 3 4

WINTER PARK, Fla.  (April 20, 2017) – After holding onto an 8-5 lead at the half, the sixth-ranked Rollins women’s lacrosse team was unable roll their momentum into the second half, falling to the ninth-ranked Florida Tech Panthers by a final score of 14-10 on Thursday evening at Barker Family Stadium and Cahall-Sandspur Field.

Rollins closes out its regular season campaign with a record of 12-4, and 2-2 in Sunshine State Conference action, while the Panthers finish their 2017 regular season with a mark of 12-2, and 3-1 in SSC action.

Kallie German led the team in goals as she tallied a hat trick on the night, followed by Hannah Ashton and Maggie Dougherty with two goals each.  Brittany Eveler matched the freshman duo in points with two, tallying a goal and one assist.  Rounding out the scoring efforts for the Tars were Paige Brock and Megan Cury with one goal apiece.  Lindsay Van Beck led the team in ground balls with three, followed by Malorie Olin with two.  Ashton won a game high four draw controls, while Van Beck and Jessica Kopenhaver caused a team high two turnovers each.  In goal, Olin played a full 60 minutes, earning five saves while allowing 14 goals.

The Panthers were led by Sara Grenier who scored a game high four goals, followed by Allie Modica, Caroline Dunleavy, and Lauren Tybor with three apiece.  Leah Dunn added one goal of her own to close out FIT’s goal count on the night.  Modica added an assist to match Grenier in points with four, while Aleah Fjelstad and Alexis Townsend notched one assist each.  Stephanie Stuart, Tybor, and Olivia Going picked up a team best three ground balls, while Sam Schiano and Going caused a team best three turnovers apiece.  Off the draw, Modica and Tybor won three each to lead the team on the night.  Stuart played a full game between the pipes, earning four saves while allowing 10 goals.

HIGHLIGHTS AND HALF ANALYSIS

First Half l Rollins opened up to a three goal lead thanks to two straight goals by Dougherty to open the game, followed by a goal by German at the 23:36 mark to give the Tars a 3-0 advantage.  Florida Tech broke the run with a goal at the 21:53 mark thanks to a goal by Dunleavy off of an assist by Fjelstad, but the Tars added two more to extend their lead to 5-1 with 20:45 to go in the first half.  Eight minutes fell off the clock before Florida Tech could break the Tars’ scoring run, with Grenier finding the back of the net at the 12:41 mark, followed by another Panther goal with 10:17 to go in the half to pull FIT back to within two, 5-3.  Rollins saw two consecutive goals, scored by Ashton and German within a minute of each other, pulling the Tars back out to a four goal lead, 7-3, with 7:28 on the clock.  FIT answered back with two of their own, setting the score at 7-5 with 2:37 to play in the period, but a last-minute free position attempt for Paige Brock with 1.4 seconds on the clock turned into a converted shot at the horn, giving the Tars an 8-5 advantage at the break.

Second Half l  Rollins scored first to open the second half scoring with Eveler finding the back of the net on a free position shot at the 18:44 mark to give Rollins a 9-5 lead.  However, the Panthers hit their stride and rattled off three goals in under a minute to pull to within one of the Tars, 9-8, with 15:48 on the clock.  The Panthers pulled even with the Tars at the 13:04 mark thanks to a goal by Grenier, and earned their first lead of the game 14 seconds later as Tybor placed a shot in the back of the net with 12:50 to go in the half to give FIT a 10-9 lead.  German knotted the score at 10-10 a little over a minute later, but the Panthers closed out the game with four unanswered goals to earn the 14-10 victory. 

GAME NOTES

  • Rollins has now squared up against its seventh nationally-ranked opponent this season.
  • Rollins leads the all-time series against the Panthers, 3-1.
  • The last time the Tars squared up against the Panthers, Rollins earned the 15-14 victory in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament Semifinals on April 29, 2016.
  • The Tars and Panthers are now set to match up in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament Semifinals for the second straight season.
  • Lineup Breakdown:  Florida Tech saw an equal number of upperclassmen and underclassmen take to the field with seven each, including one senior, six juniors, two sophomores, and five freshmen.  The Tars saw 14 underclassmen and six upperclassmen take to the turf, including seven freshmen, seven sophomores, three juniors, and three seniors. 

NEXT UP FOR THE TARS

Rollins returns to action on Friday, April 28, when they face Florida Tech in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament Semifinals.  The 2017 SSC Tournament will be hosted by Florida Southern, and will feature the top-seeded Moccasins taking on the fourth-seed Saint Leo Lions, while the second-seed Panthers will square up against the No. 3 seed Tars in semifinal action.  Game times will be release in the coming days.  Links to live coverage will be available on RollinsSports.com.

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