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Central Floridians Prosper at Saint Leo – Lions Top Rollins in DSC Action

Written by Lee Roggenburg on . Posted in .
George Proeschel
We did an interview in the fall with Saint Leo’s Matt Obermeyer.  But Coach Jorgenson has several other Central Florida athletes on his roster that are also making a big impact on this program. George Proeschel had a huge night last night, Dave Moore was named Deep South Conference Player of the Week and Doug Moore has started every game for the Lions this season. Last night Lake Highland Prep alumni, George Proeschel scored four times as Saint Leo topped Rollins 14-9. From  – WINTER PARK, Fla. –  Finding his stride, Saint Leo senior attackman George Proechel led the team four goals as the Saint Leo men’s lacrosse team defeated the Rollins College Tars 14-9 in Deep South Conference action on Thursday evening at Barker Family Stadium and Cahall-Sandspur Field on the campus of Rollins College. The Lions advance their record to 2-2, and 2-1 in Deep South Conference action, while the Tars drop to a mark of 0-4, and 0-2 in the DSC. Behind Proechel’s four-goal night, Ryan BurkeKevin Hutchinson, and Robert Hutchinson tallied two goals apiece.  Tom horn, Dylan YontsChris Caiazza, and Chad Marino placed the ball into the back of the cage one time each, while Tom Horn led the team in assists with a game-high three.  Burke and Yonts added assists to their overall performance, with Matt Obermeyer and Sean Connolly getting tabbed for one assist apiece, as well. Read the rest of this article at See Coach Jorgensen’s Post Game Interview  
Doug Moore (38) Plays defense in front of Dave Moore (45)
Doug Moore (38) Plays defense in front of Dave Moore (45)
Earlier in the week Lake Mary Alumni Dave Moore was named Deep South Confernece Player of the Week for his efforts in Saint Leo’s vicotry over Deep South Conference foe University of Tampa. From – Dave Moore piled up 21 saves in Saint Leo’s 8-7 overtime victory.  He played the entire game Saturday night, recording over 62 minutes between the pipes for the Lions while allowing only seven goals facing 47 shots. The Lake Mary, Fla. native registered a save percentage of .750 on the night, while adding six ground balls. Junior Defenseman Doug Moore (older brother of Dave) is also having a solid season at Saint Leo.  He has started every game this season for the Lions and has one caused turnover and picked up four ground balls.