ATLANTA, Ga. - The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) honored teams and individuals on Wednesday, July 24th for their academic achievements. Five of the seven ASUN Women's Lacrosse teams received recognition, as well as 27 student-athletes for their academic success in 2018-19.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Runs in the first and second half spoiled the party for the Jacksonville University women's lacrosse team as the Dolphins fell at No. 8 Michigan, 13-9, Friday afternoon at U-M Lacrosse Stadium.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – They shoot, they score! For the first time in program history, the Jacksonville University women's lacrosse team has won an NCAA Tournament game. The Dolphins not only won, the did it in decisive fashion with a 22-7 victory over the visiting Mercer Bears in the Opening Round of the NCAA Tournament, Tuesday afternoon at D.B. Milne Field. Jacksonville moves on to play at No. 8 Michigan in the First Round on Friday, May 10 at 4 p.m. EST.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Dolphins are going dancing! After earning the ASUN Conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth time in seven years, the Jacksonville University women's lacrosse team will play Mercer, the SoCon Champion, in a play-in game in the opening round at Jacksonville's D.B. Milne Field on Tuesday, May 7. Game time will be announced at a later date.
ATLANTA, Ga. - The 2019 ASUN Women's Lacrosse Championship kicked off on Thursday afternoon on the campus of Coastal Carolina with two semifinal games.
CONWAY, S.C. - No. 1 seed Jacksonville won its sixth ASUN Conference Women's Lacrosse Championship title on Saturday afternoon as they took down No. 2 Liberty 20-18. With the win the Dolphins secure their third-straight ASUN Championship and sixth in the last seven seasons.
CONWAY, S.C. - The 2019 ASUN Lacrosse Championship concludes on Saturday afternoon, as No. 1 Jacksonville takes on No. 2 Liberty in the Final. First draw is set for 1 PM ET, and can be watched on ESPN+.
CONWAY, S.C. - ASUN newcomer and second seeded Liberty continued to take the league by storm on Thursday afternoon, as they marched into Brooks Stadium and upended host No. 3 Coastal Carolina by a score of 18-8. The win clinches Liberty's second-ever appearance in a conference championship, with their last coming in 2015 as members of the Big South.
CONWAY, S.C. - Top-seeded Jacksonville registered a dominant victory in the 2019 ASUN Conference Women's Lacrosse Championship against No. 4 Kennesaw State with a final score of 24-8. With the triumph, the Dolphins reach their third-straight ASUN Final and the sixth over the past seven seasons. First Team All-Conference members Jenny Kinsey & Lillie Miller combined for 15 goals & 19 points to highlight the Jacksonville high-octane attack.
CONWAY, S.C. - The 2019 ASUN Lacrosse Championship kicks off on Thursday afternoon on the campus of Coastal Carolina with two semifinal games. Top seed Jacksonville opens up the tournament when they face No. 4 Kennesaw State. Following will be No. 2 Liberty against the three seed and host, Coastal Carolina.
|School||ASUN||Overall||Last Game||Next Game||Schedule|
|#1 Jacksonville *||6-0||17-4||L, 13-9 at #8 Michigan||No Event||Jacksonville Schedule|
|#2 Liberty *||5-1||14-5||L, 20-18 vs. #1 Jacksonville||No Event||Liberty Schedule|
|#3 Coastal Carolina *||4-2||12-6||L, 18-8 vs. #2 Liberty||No Event||Coastal Carolina Schedule|
|#4 Kennesaw State *||3-3||8-10||L, 24-8 vs. #1 Jacksonville||No Event||Kennesaw State Schedule|
|Stetson||2-4||4-13||L, 22-3 vs. Jacksonville||No Event||Stetson Schedule|
|Kent State||1-5||2-15||L, 23-6 vs. Liberty||No Event||Kent State Schedule|
|Howard||0-6||0-14||L, 25-3 vs. Kennesaw State||No Event||Howard Schedule|
* - Clinched a spot in ASUN Championship
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CONWAY, S.C. - No. 1 seed Jacksonville won its sixth ASUN Conference Women's Lacrosse Championship title on Saturday afternoon as they took down No. 2 Liberty, 20-18 on the campus of Coastal Carolina. With the win, the Dolphins secure their third-straight ASUN Championship and sixth in the last seven seasons.