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Stetson Lacrosse Releases Spring Schedule

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via Stetson website/press release

The Hatters’ Women’s Lacrosse team looks to build on the success of their 2023 season. Stetson won the most game in school history last year going 8-9.
“I’m looking forward to our continued growth as a program and team,” said Head Coach Christy Leach. “We had a successful season last spring and want to build on the foundation that was laid. We return a lot of players with experience and are excited to welcome ten newcomers to push us to new heights.”
Stetson will start the season with a three-game road slate through the Carolinas. Presbyterian will be the first location on February 10 at 12pm followed by Wofford on February 16 at 12pm. The team will then visit Davidson in North Carolina on February 18 at 12pm.
“We have a great balance of non-conference games to challenge us for our conference games,” stated Leach. “After the first few games on the road, we are looking to return home for a month to defend DeLand.”

The Hatters will then have eight home games in a row. They will host Youngstown State on November 4 at 12pm, Iona on November 9 at 12pm, Gardner-Webb on March 12 at 12pm and Niagara on November 14 at 6pm. The fifth home game in a row will be the conference opener with Stetson taking on Jacksonville on March 23 at 12pm. Before their next conference match they will host Brown at 3pm on March 25. Liberty will round out the month of March on the 29 at 12pm. Stetson will close out the homestand against conference opponent Lindenwood on April 4 at 3pm.
The rest of the Hatters conference schedule will be on the road with one more nonconference game at home. Stetson will travel to Georgia to take on Kennesaw State on April 7 at 12pm. They will then return home to face off against Longwood on April 11 at 12pm. The Hatters will end the regular season facing Queens on April 17 at 12pm and Coastal Carolina on April 21 at 12pm.
Sydney Heimann, the NCAA leader in ground balls last season returns to the team between the pipes. Kaitlin Pani, the Hatter’s leading scorer last season with 51 goals will be back for her junior year.