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In a hostile road environment (FGCU’s Soccer Complex), No. 7 Palm Beach Atlantic (12-1) outlasted No. 12 Florida Gulf Coast (11-3) in a classic rivalry game, 18-13.
Make no mistake, this game is for all of the marbles–––or at least a date with No. 4 Liberty University in the first round of the SELC Tournament next weekend in Atlanta, Georgia.
A road win is never easy, but Palm Beach Atlantic got it done on Saturday against a gritty and talented Georgia Southern program. The Eagles, who had already notched a win against No. 23 St. Andrews earlier in the year, came ready to play in front of a large and vocal GSU crowd.
The Florida Gulf Coast University Men’s Lacrosse team posted their eighth consecutive win this season by beating the University of Miami, an MCLA division I program.
Liberty has gotten plenty of love on MCLA Fan before and by how they have been playing this season, it shouldn’t come as a surprise. Liberty is currently 10-0 (1-0 SELC D2) on the season and was last ranked at #6 in the nation.
Kim Black took in the sights of the Midnight Madness earlier this week between SELC foes Liberty and Tennessee Wesleyan.
The Florida Gulf Coast University Men’s Lacrosse Club won two hard fought games on the road against SELC opponents Kennesaw State University and Reinhardt University this past weekend.
The Florida Gulf Coast University Men’s Lacrosse Club beat SELC division rival Georgia Southern on St. Patrick’s Day by a score of 17 to 4.
Spring break in the MCLA usually means a nice trip to the sunny south for some great OOC competition, well… for most teams.
Coming off their win against second-ranked Grand Valley State (Michigan) held in Lake Worth, Florida early last week, the Florida Gulf Coast University Men’s Lacrosse Club then travelled to Louisiana to wrap up their spring break games on the road.
Senior attackman Joe Ciringione scored two goals and assisted on four others as host 15th-ranked Palm Beach Atlantic defeated visiting second-ranked Grand Valley State, 14-10, in a non-conference game this afternoon.
With 1:10 remaining in overtime, junior attackman Dominic Scalzo netted the game winner to give Palm Beach Atlantic a 16-15 win over Kennesaw State.
Competing the the second annual MCHS College Classic, Palm Beach Atlantic (5-0) used timely scoring to outlast the University of Miami, 14-11.
The KSU Owls will take to the field on Thursday night to face off against the Grove City Wolverines out of the CCLA. The Owls come into the game 0-4 but made tremendous strides in a losing effort against Coast Guard on Sunday in a 13-11 outcome.