After a strenuous week hitting the books and taking off from competition for final exams, Rollins is set to host Trinity Christian in its final nonconference game of the year. The Tars are winners of three straight and vaulted into a tie for first place in the Sunshine State Conference, joining Florida Southern as the only unbeatens in league play. Monday’s game will be the Tars final tune-up before playing their next 17 games against SSC competition. Trinity Christian is an NAIA school out of Palos Heights, Illinois and will be in Winter Park for the first time. The Trolls play twice before their visit to the Sunshine State, which also includes stops at Southeastern in Lakeland and Florida College in Temple Terrace. TCC will be playing three games in three days on the trip.
Playing its first true road game of the season, Rollins ran out to a 22-4 lead after the opening quarter and never looked back, beating Palm Beach Atlantic 69-41 Friday night.
Winners of two in a row, Rollins heads to West Palm Beach for its first true road game of the season, meeting Palm Beach Atlantic in Sunshine State Conference action Friday afternoon.
Propelling Rollins to wins over two previously unbeaten teams, senior forward Carly McLendon was named the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week, it was announced Monday.
Rollins jumped out to a 17-8 lead after the first quarter and never looked back, running away with a 70-41 win over previously undefeated Lynn on Saturday.
Fresh off a thrilling win over 17th-ranked Embry-Riddle in the Sunshine State Conference opener, Rollins hosts undefeated Lynn on Saturday afternoon. The Tars gave head coach Glenn Wilkes Jr. the 700th of his hall of fame career and will look to continue setting the pace in the SSC standings.