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Men’s Lacrosse Picked Second in the PBC

Tobias named to all-conference team

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Flagler College men’s lacrosse team was picked to finish in second place according to the preseason Peach Belt Conference Coaches’ Poll that was released this morning by conference officials. Logan Tobias was selected to the preseason all-conference team.

The Saints posted a 7-10 overall record and a 4-1 mark in the Peach Belt in their second season of varsity lacrosse. Flagler improved its overall record by four wins and advanced to the conference tournament final for the first time.

Third-year head coach Brian Duncan returns all 10 starters.

Tobias, a senior midfield, earned first-team all-conference honors last year. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native scored a team-high 37 goals and tallied five assists for 42 points. Tobias finished fifth in the conference in goals per game (2.18) and third in shots per game (6.65). 

The Saints open the season at home on Feb. 3 against Lynn University at 1 p.m. The conference opener is March 30 against The University of Alabama in Huntsville at noon at the Flagler Lacrosse Field.

2024 Preseason PBC Men’s Lacrosse Coaches’ Poll

1.  Lander (3)15
2.Flagler (2)14
4.Alabama Huntsville8

Preseason All-Conference
Kyle DeCrispino, Lander
Alex Egorshin, Montevallo
Paul Fabrizio, UAH
Collin Galinski, UAH
Trevayne Hunter, Montevallo
Jackson Klewchuck, Montevallo
James Linn, Lander
Nicholas Paige, Lander
Logan Tobias, Flagler
Carter Wilcox, Lander
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Men’s Lacrosse Releases 2024 Schedule

ST. AUGUSTINE – Flagler College’s head men’s lacrosse coach Brian Duncan has announced the 2024 schedule for the program’s third season.

This year’s slate features seven home games and seven more on the road. There will only be four Peach Belt Conference games due to Young Harris College leaving the PBC for Conference Carolinas.

The Saints will take on five teams that were nationally ranked in the final United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s Top 25 and another three that were receiving votes.

The season opener is Feb. 3 against Lynn University at the Flagler Lacrosse Field. The next team coming to the Ancient City is the University of Tampa on Feb. 7. The Spartans finished 2023 ranked No. 11 and played in the NCAA Division II Tournament.

Following a pair of road games at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Feb. 10) and Florida Tech (Feb. 17), Florida Southern College (Feb. 24) and Rollins College (March 2) come to St. Augustine. The Tars won the Sunshine State Conference last year and was ranked No. 2 in the last poll.

A three-game road trip faces the Flagler team. They visit Saint Leo University (March 9), Barton College (March 12), and Limestone University (March 16).

Colorado Mesa University makes the trek to Florida to take on the Saints on March 21. The Mavericks were ranked No. 13 by the USILA. The PBC opener follows on March 30 against The University of Alabama in Huntsville.

Flagler then faces Lander University on April 6 in a re-match of last year’s conference tournament final. The game will be played at Greenwood, South Carolina. The last regular season road game will be April 20 at Shorter University.

The regular season finale is April 27 against the University of Montevallo at the Flagler Lacrosse Field.

The conference tournament will be played May 3-5 at the top seed.