No. 9 Rollins (12-5)
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No. 6 FIT (13-2)
Stat Comparison
Goals 14 19
Assists 9 6
Shots 25 39
Ground Balls 19 13
Draws 18 15
Clears 12-17 14-20
Saves 14 7

12 Kallie German 4 1 7 0 0 0
27 Hannah Ashton 5 0 7 1 1 1
9 Haley Brock 0 0 0 3 1 1
14 Lily Rizk 0 0 0 3 0 0
25 Maggie Dougherty 0 2 1 0 3 0
36 Paige Brock 3 0 6 1 3 0
20 Hannah Coakley 0 0 0 1 3 0
## PLAYER Minutes GA 1 2 Saves
11 Malorie Olin 30:00 9 0 9 9
42 Sarah Neely 30:00 10 5 0 5
2 Mary Gormley 0 4 1 2 3 1
6 Allie Modica 5 1 6 1 4 1
8 Caroline Dunleavy 4 1 7 2 0 0
17 Sam Schiano 2 1 4 1 4 0
30 Aleah Fjelstad 4 0 8 0 1 1
9 Alexis Townsend 1 2 2 0 0 0
## PLAYER Minutes GA 1 2 Saves
21 Stephanie Stuart 60:00 14 4 3 7

LAKELAND, Fla.  (April 28, 2017) – Freshman midfielder Hannah Ashton scored a season high five goals to lead the Tars as the third-seeded Rollins women's lacrosse team fell in a hard-fought contest to second-seeded Florida Tech by a final score of 19-14 on Friday evening in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament Semifinals.  The Tars' back-and-forth battle against the Panthers at Bryant Stadium in Lakeland, Fla. marks their second-straight loss to FIT, dropping their overall record to 12-5 on the season, while the Panthers advance to 13-2 overall.

Behind Ashton's team-leading five goals, Kallie German earned five points with four goals and one assist.  Paige Brock netted a hat trick, while Megan Cury and Brittany Eveler each scored once.  Maggie Dougherty led the team in assists with two, followed by Cury, German, Kaitlin Prince, and Elle Ueland with one each.  Haley Brock and Lily Rizk led the team in ground balls with three each, while Dougherty P. Brock, and Hannah Coakley led the team in draw controls with three apiece.  Four different Tars caused one turnover each on the evening.  In goal, the Tars saw freshman Sarah Neely earn the start in cage, earning five saves while allowing 10 goals.  Junior Malorie Olin closed out the contest in the second half, earning nine saves while allowing nine goals.

The Panthers were led by Allie Modica with a team best five goals while adding one assist for six points on the night.  Caroline Dunleavy and Aleah Fjelstad each scored four goals, while Sara Grenier tallied three.  Sam Schiano and Alexis Townsend contributed two and one, respectively.  Mary Gormley led the team in assists with four, followed by Townsend with two, and Dunleavy, Modica, and Schiano with one each.  Gormley, Dunleavy, and Haley Heggblod picked up a team best two ground balls apiece, while Modica and Schiano led the team in draw controls with four each.  Six different Panthers earned one caused turnover on the night.  In goal, Stephanie Stuart played a full 60 minutes, earning seven saves while allowing 14 goals.


First Half l Ashton opened up the game with two straight within 26 seconds of each other to give Rollins an early 2-0 lead with 27:25 on the clock.  Cury, German, and P. Brock followed quickly behind with unassisted goals of their own, and at the 22:42 mark the Tars held onto a 5-0 advantage.  Modica broke the run with a goal assisted by Gormley with 19:23 on the clock, but Eveler answered back to extend the Tars' advantage back to five, 6-1, with 18:29 to go in the half.  The Panthers rattled off three straight to pull to within two, 6-4, at the 14:49 mark, but P. Brock netted her second of the game at the 13:52 mark thanks to an assist by Dougherty to give the Tars a 7-4 lead.  Florida Tech answered back, but the Tars rattled off two more to pull ahead to a 9-5 advantage with 12:04 left in the half.  Fjelstad notched an unassisted goal at the 9:17 mark, igniting a five goal run by the Panthers to close out the half with a 10-9 lead.

Second Half l  The second stanza saw plenty of back-and-forth action.  Rollins opened the second half with a goal by P. Brock off of an assist by Cury at the 27:18 mark, followed by an unassisted goal by German with 23:47 to go to give the Tars an 11-10 lead.  But the Panthers scored on a man-down situation to tie the game with 22:31 on the clock to tie the game at 11-11.  The Panthers then took the lead with a goal by Modica off of an assist by Dunleavy, but German connected a pass to Ashton to knot the score at 12-12 with 16:42 left in the half.  German then gave Rollins the 13-12 lead at the 15:59 mark on a free-position shot, but Flroida Tech answered back to even the tally at 13-13 with 13:56 on the board.  German once again gave the Tars the edge, placing a shot between the pipes with 12:11 to go to give the Tars the 14-13 edge.  However, the Panthers once again pulled even as Schiano converted a free position shot at the 9:20 mark to even the score at 14-14. The Panthers then gained the lead at the 8:44 mark off of a goal by Dunleavy, and in the waning minutes, FIT took advantage of open goal opportunities as Rollins pulled Olin onto the field for full woman-to-woman coverage, netting four straight in the final three minutes to extend their lead to 19-14 to close out the game. 


  • Rollins has now squared up against its eighth nationally-ranked opponent this season.
  • Rollins leads the all-time series against the Panthers, 3-2.
  • The Tars and Panthers squared off in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament Semifinals for the second straight season.
  • This marks the first year in the Sunshine State Conference's three-year history that the Tars have not advanced to the Tournament Championship game. 


Rollins now awaits the NCAA Selection Show to see if they will earn a bid to play in the South Region Tournament.  This year's selection show is set to get under way at 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 7.  Fans will be able to access the selection show with THIS LINK.  More information will be posted on in the coming days.

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