Sunday, Nov. 13 vs. Barry – 1:00 p.m.
The fourth seeded Tars will face off against top seeded Barry in the second round of the NCAA South Region Tournament. Rollins defeated Lee 3-2 in an overtime thriller in the first round, with Mackenzie Miller scoring the winner with just two second left in the first extra time period. Rollins record sits at 11-3-3 on the year while Barry, who received a first round bye, enters the contest at 10-3-2.
WHO TO WATCH:
Rollins: With two goals and an assist in the first round game Paxton Sickler took over the team lead with 22 total points on the season. The senior has tallied nine goals and four assists on the year. Kathryn O’Brien sits in second; her eight goals and five assists give her 21 points on the season. Emma Bloom has found the net five times, and dished out five assists for 15 points. Kelly McCormack has played 1,514 minutes to lead the Tars, while fellow defender Shalisa Crowell sits just behind her at 1,491. The two are part of a defense which is giving up just .95 goals per game. Freshman, Kelly Rowswell, has maintained a .806 save percentage, and registered four shutouts on the campaign.
Barry: Barry has a balanced attack, with 14 players recording points for the Bucs. Carissa Sanchez leads the way with 16 points, scoring five goals, and tallying a team leading six assists. Amanda Traynor paces the Bucs with six goals, also registering three assists, for 15 total points. Molly Sharpe has five goals and four assists, giving her 14 points on the year. As a unit Barry has given up only 77 shots on target in 2016, and .77 goals per game. Paula Ferrero has played every minute in net for the Bucs, making 62 saves, and holding a .838 save percentage.
The Tars and the Bucs played on October 29, with Barry defeating Rollins by a score of 4-0.
With a win, Coach Alicia Schuck will tie Tony Amato at 82 wins, the most by a Rollins head women’s soccer coach in program history.
NEXT: The winner of this match advances in the NCAA South Region Tournament. The winner will play the winner of Saint Leo and West Florida. Stay tuned to RollinsSports.com for more updates on the NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer Tournament.
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