Men's golf, women's tennis & women's lacrosse open the week in action

Men's golf, women's tennis & women's lacrosse open the week in action

Monday, 3/20

Men's Golf at Bobcat Invitational
Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee G.C. | Eatonton, Ga.

#4 Women's Tennis vs. West Virginia State - 3 p.m.
Saint Leo Tennis Center | Saint Leo, Fla.

Tuesday, 3/21

Men's Golf at Bobcat Invitational
Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee G.C. | Eatonton, Ga.

Wednesday, 2/21

Women's Lacrosse vs. Colorado Mesa - 7 p.m.
University Turf | Saint Leo, Fla.
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Men's Golf Notes

  • Saint Leo heads to the Bobcat Invitational at Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee, March 20-21 hosted by Georgia College.
  • In their last out, the Lions finished in 13th out of 15 teams at the Southeastern Intercollegiate hosted by Valdosta State Mach 17-19. Saint Leo finished the three-round tournament with a 918 (+54) with rounds of 298-310-310. The Lions were led by Ryan Gendron who tied for 25th at 225 (+9) ahead of Riley Goss who tied for 33rd at 227 (+11). Simone Knutsson, James Jessop, and Colby Tyler rounded out the five golfers in 44th, 84th and 85th places, respectively. Knutsson shot a 229 (+13) where Jessop and Tyler shot rounds of 240 (+24) and 241 (+25), respectively.
  • The Course: The Golf Club at Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee ... par 70, 6,730 yards

Women's Tennis Notes

  • The Saint Leo women’s tennis team hosts West Virginia State on Monday afternoon in a 3 p.m. match. 
  • The Lions enter with a 3-5 record, most recently falling to No. 9 St. Mary’s (Texas).
  • WVSU is 10-3 on the season, but are coming off an 8-1 loss to Mercyhurst University. 
  • The match with Saint Leo will be the first of three against Sunshine State Conference opponents for the Yellow Jackets. 

Women's Lacrosse Notes

  • The Saint Leo women’s lacrosse team hosts Colorado Mesa on Wednesday, March 22 for a 7 p.m. game. The Lions are 5-3 on the year and have strung together two-straight wins for the first time since the 2015 season.
  • As a team, the Lions are averaging 13.88 goals per game, while giving up 10.25.
  • Kelsey Burns now has 87 career goals and is tied for the Saint Leo career record. 
  • Caroline Fraser has 27 points this season with 15 goals, both career-highs for a single season by the senior.
  • Burns, Leslie Ferguson, and Kaylah Walstad all have a team-high 19 ground balls on the season.
  • The Mavericks are 4-2 on the season, and they play at Florida Tech on Monday afternoon. They are averaging 14.83 goals per game while giving up 9.67.
  • Lindsi Peters is CMU’s leading goal-scorer with 18, adding five assists for a team-high 23 points.