Published on May 29th, 2018 | by University Communications0
Athletics — Week of May 28
Men’s lacrosse named national runners-up
Saint Leo men’s lacrosse fell to Merrimack 23-6 in the national championship game Sunday, May 27, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA, to cap off a stellar season. Read the complete release
Softball goes 2-2 at the championships and exits tournament as one of four final teams
Saint Leo softball defeated two powerhouses at the NCAA Division II Softball Championships but suffered two losses exiting the tournament Sunday, May 27, as one of the final four teams competing. Read the complete release
Colette Rampf captures third in steeplechase, 17th in 5000m
Saint Leo track runner Colette Rampf capped off her stellar career with a third place in the 3,000m steeplechase and a 17th place in the 5,000m run over the weekend in Charlotte, NC. Day 1 Read the complete release – Day 2 Read the complete release
Men’s golf finishes in quarterfinals of medal/match play at NCAA championships
Saint Leo men’s golf advanced out of stroke play as one of the top-eight teams in the country where they suffered a 3-2 loss to Barry in the national quarterfinals. Read the complete release
Men’s lacrosse sees three earn USILA All-American honors
Three Saint Leo men’s lacrosse players, Jake Gilmour, Thomas Tatarian, and Jake Bye, earned USILA All-American honors following their play during the season. Read the complete release
Baseball sees Pendleton and Isaacson earn All-South Region honors
Two Saint Leo baseball standouts earned All-South Region honors following the 38-11 season. Read the complete release
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