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Florida Southern Names Captains for 2011 Campaign

Florida Southern has announced its team captains for the 2011 lacrosse season. Andrew Almansberger, Jon Freda, Chase Juelich, and Adam Ismaeil were voted captains by their teammates. Almansberger is a junior goalie, who is in his third season with the Mocs. He was name to the Deep South Conference All-Tournament team last season. He has a career...

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Rollins College -New Coach, New Direction

WINTER PARK, Fla. (February 8, 2011) – The Rollins men’s lacrosse team charges into its fourth season of action under new directions as interim head coach RJ Rossi takes the helm for the Tars’ 2011 campaign.  Rossi, who stepped-up to the challenge after the resignation of inaugural head coach Andrew Baxter in December,...

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Girl’s FHSAA District by District Preview

The people at FloridaLacrosseNews.com have invited comment from every girls’ district in the state. We looked at last year’s records, and spoke with coaches, players, and fans from around the state. Although we would still like to get more feedback, we are now able to present an in depth look at a few of the districts in the 2011 FHSAA...

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Florida Southern Ready for 2011 With New Attack Unit

The Mocs will kick off their season with a Deep South Conference battle at The First Academy in Orlando against Rollins College this Saturday, February 12th.   They will be taking the field with a whole new look on attack this season.    Ike Hopper, a 6’7” Iroquois Native American (Onondaga) transfer from Onondaga Community College will be...

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Team Florida U-17 Reaches the finals at Tournament of Champions

[album: http://insidefloridalacrosse.com/wp-content/plugins/dm-albums/dm-albums.php?currdir=/wp-content/uploads/dm-albums/NDPLacrosse/] Photo credit Winning Photography This article provided by NDP Lacrosse The Rising Stars Division National Championship Game pitted one national team (FCA) against one state team (Team Florida). What initially looked...

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