SSC Women: Lynn 18-8 over FIT – Both Recaps

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Women Collect SSC Win on Senior Day

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Senior Isabella Clark scored twice and handed out four assists to help lead the 16th-ranked Lynn University women’s lacrosse team to an 18-8 victory over Florida Tech on senior day, Saturday. The Fighting Knights improve to 11-5 with the win and are now 2-3 in the SSC.
– The Fighting Knights outscored the Panthers in each quarter, including a 10-3 advantage over the final two quarters
– Lynn outshot Tech 34-20, held a 20-9 edge in draw controls and finished 17-of-19 on clear attempts
– Sophomore Kristyn Johnson scored twice in the opening few minutes of play and junior Lauren Dickson scored at 8:50 as Lynn jumped out to a 3-0 cushion
– Isabella Clark scored two-straight goals for the Fighting Knights for a 5-4 lead early in the second quarter before junior Sydney Hill, freshman Elizabeth Clagett and Johnson closed the half with one goal each as Lynn lead 8-5 at intermission
– Clagett opened the third quarter with two-straight scores for a 10-5 cushion with 8:10 showing on the clock
– The freshman tandem of Becca Clark and Hannah Exley scored at 5:32 and again at 2:52 as Lynn grabbed a 12-7 edge
– Johnson closed the third with a goal for a 13-8 lead and Lynn closed the game with five goals in the fourth quarter to set the final at 18-8
– Dickson (13:32), Becca Clark (5:59), Hill (4:32), Johnson (3:35) and freshman Lauren O’Brien (00:42) each scored in the final frame for the Fighting Knights
– Isabella Clark led all players with six points
– Johnson scored five goals and had five draw controls
– Hill finished with two goals and two assists
– Clagett posted a hat trick and added an assist
– Freshman Isabella Connelly paced Lynn with 10 draw controls
– Graduate goalkeeper Ciara Moorman capped her final home game with nine saves
– The Fighting Knights wrap up their home schedule on Wednesday when they host Palm Beach Atlantic at 6:00 pm


Johnson Records 100th Career Point as Fighting Knights Take Down Panthers

by Alex Henderson

Final: Florida Tech 8, #16 Lynn 18
Records: Florida Tech (9-6, 1-4 SSC) | Lynn (11-5, 2-5 SSC)
Locations: Bobby Campbell Stadium | Boca Raton, Fla.


  • The Fighting Knights started out the game scoring three straight goals in under seven minutes.
  • The Panthers answered back with three goals of their own as Jennifer Boyle assisted Kayla minute while Rachel Johnson and Boyle both scored unassisted.
  • Johnson’s goal marked the 100th point of her career.
  • Lynn regained the lead with 1:13 to go in the third.


  • Gillian Craig started off the second, tying the game back up at 4-4 with an assist from Minton.
  • Lynn then started to pull ahead scoring three more times before Minton could score her second goal of the game.
  • The Fighting Knights closed out the second scoring with 6:17 to go to give Lynn an8-5 lead at the half.


  • Lynn scored the first two goals of the third to go ahead by five.
  • Sophia Scichilone got the Panthers back on the board with an assist from Gabrielle Skowronski as Tech trailed 10-6.
  • Lynn answered back with a goal of its own.
  • Boyle brought the Panthers back to within four with an assist from Scichilone.
  • The Fighting Knights fought to keep its lead, scoring to pull ahead 12-7.
  • Kailee O’Brien scored the Panthers final goal of the game with 1:20 to go in the third.
  • Lynn scored with 19 second left before the fourth to put Lynn up 13-8.


  • Lynn scored five unanswered goals in the fifth to go away with the 18-8 win.



  • Lynn outshot the Panthers 34-20.
  • The Fighting Knights made nine saves to Tech’s four saves.
  • The Panthers turned the ball over four les times with 14 turnovers to Lynn’s 18 turnovers.
  • Tech went 21-23 on clear attempts while Lynn was 17-19.
  • Lynn picked up 19 ground balls as a team, with the crimson and gray recording 15.
  • On draw controls. Lynn won a combined 20 draw controls to Techs nine draw controls.


  • The Panthers are now 1-3 all time against Lynn.
  • Rachel Johnson recorded the 100th point of her career with her goal in the first quarter.

UP NEXT: Florida Tech will next host No. 5 Florida Southern on Wednesday, April 19th at 7:00 PM under the lights in a SSC matchup at Rick Stottler Field

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