Rollins (11-3-3)
3  -
Lee (14-3-2)
Stat Comparison
Goals  3 2
Shots 26 17 
Shots on Goal 12
Saves 6 9
Corners 5
Yellow Cards - -
Red Cards -
Individual Leaders
Goals  Sickler - 2  Bricker - 2
Assists Sickler - 1 Lanter - 1
Shots  Sickler - 8 Cichowitz - 5
Shots on Goal  Sickler - 4 3 tied with 2
Saves  Rowswell - 4  Gribler - 9

MIAMI SHORES (November 11, 2016) – Rollins survived a slow start, mounting an epic comeback to defeat Lee 3-2, in overtime.  With the victory the Tars, who now stand at 11-3-3 on the year, advance to the second round of the NCAA South Region Tournament.  Lee finishes their season with a record of 14-3-2. 

The Lady Flames got on the board twice in the first half.  Both scores came from distance and were just able to find their way under the bar and into the back of the net.  Rollins came out of the half active, applying pressure to the Lady Flames’ back line.  The Tars finally got on the board just before the 70 minute mark when Paxton Sickler broke through the Lee defense and slotted a ball in the side netting.  Sickler then equalized, with just four minutes on the clock, putting the ball between the keepers legs, from a severe angel, deflecting the ball into the goal.

The overtime period was back and forth, with both teams manufacturing chances.  The contest looked destined for a second overtime period, until Sickler gained control of the ball at the top of the 18 yard box with five seconds on the clock.  The captain laid the ball off to her fellow senior Mackenzie Miller, who lifted the ball over the Lee keeper, hitting the underside of the bar and bouncing down into the goal.

Freshman, Kelly Rowswell made four saves in net for the Tars.

McKenzie Bricker tallied both Lady Flame goals.  Summer Lanter registered one assist for Lee.  Haley Gribler, made 9 saves, playing the full time in goal.

·      With her two goals and one assist, Sickler now has 103 points in her Rollins career, making her only the fourth Tar to eclipse the century mark, and moving her into third place all-time in total points
·      Coach Alicia Schuck is now sitting on 81 career wins as Rollins head coach, one away from the current record set by Tony Amato
·      With the win the Tars have now made it past the first round of NCAA Regional Tournament play four times in the last five seasons.

Next Match
·      Sunday l November 13
·      Barry
·      Miami Shores, Fla.
·      1:00 p.m.
·      Watch l Live Stats

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