Team 91 alum Kayla Kosubinsky (black headband) helped Tampa win its conference
for the first time in school history.
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It was as good a time as any for Tampa to make history.
Buoyed by a one-goal, four-assist performance from Team 91 2017 alum Kayla Kosubinsky, the Spartans knocked off Florida Southern, 19-18, in overtime to win the Sunshine State Conference for the first time in school history.
Kosubinsky also scored once earlier in the week as Tampa knocked off Rollins, 14-10, to cement its spot in the title game. The Spartans open the NCAA tournament on Friday, May 10.
Queens 20, Wingate 5
Queens 22, Lenoir-Rhyne 8
’16 Allison Conn and Queens didn’t need nearly as much drama to take home the South Atlantic Conference as they rolled with ease. Conn had a draw control in the semifinal, then added two goals, a caused turnover, a ground ball and a draw control.
LIU-Post 15, Bridgeport 7
LIU-Post 16, Roberts Wesleyan 6
Weekly awards are starting to become a regular thing for ’18 Hailey Duchnowski.
The LIU-Post freshman goalie earned ECC Defensive Player of the Week honors for the third time this year after making 10 and 11 saves, respectively, as Post swept the week.
Marist 15, Manhattan 14
’15 Hailey Wagner continued her absurd season in the draw circle with a ridiculous 22 draw controls to push her over 200 for the season and she also had four assists and a ground ball as the Red Foxes nipped the Jaspers in the MAAC quarterfinals.
Le Moyne 8, Adelphi 7
Adelphi 19, American International 1
’17 Christina Ferrara keyed the rout of AIC with two goals, four assists and a ground ball, and she also scored once against Adelphi, to go with two ground balls, a caused turnover and a draw control.
Assumption 15, Southern Connecticut State 11
Assumption 14, Merrimack 13
’17 Haley Rose hasd a pair of caused turnovers and a ground balls against Southern Connecticut, then followed it up with two ground balls in the win over Merrimack.
Belmont Abbey 23, Erskine 9
Mount Olive 19, Belmont Abbey 15
’17 Sarah Schaefer grabbed a combined three ground balls to go with a caused turnover, and she also earned a spot on the all-conference second team.
Pace 15, Saint Anselm 9
Pace 17, Franklin Pierce 10
’15 Alexandra Maitland-Ward combined for three caused turnovers and a ground ball in a pair of Pace wins.
Keiser 18, Marian 9
Cumberlands 22, Keiser 11
’18 Jordyn LaGrega posted matching one-ground ball, one-draw control games for Keiser.
Shippensburg 17, Lock Haven 9
Lock Haven 15, Edinboro 14
’17 Caitlin Morrow‘s one-goal, two-assist, one-draw control, one-ground ball day helped the Bald Eagles finish their season with a win over Edinboro. Earlier in the week, Morrow scored twice to go with an assist and a draw control.
Brown 13, Columbia 8
’17 Chelsea Witteck recorded a hat trick and a draw control for the Lions.
Canisius 10, Binghamton 9
Vermont 23, Binghamton 3
’17 Paige Volkmann paced the Bearcats with two goals, a caused turnover and a draw control. ’15 Olivia Batista added a goal, a ground ball and a draw control against Canisius and a goal, a caused turnover and a draw control against the Catamounts. ’15 Danielle Lulley grabbed two ground balls against Canisius.