Hoemann Garners USILA Division II Team of the Week Honors

Hoemann Garners USILA Division II Team of the Week Honors

Senior Goalie Named to Team of the Week For First Time of His Career

WINTER PARK, Fla. (March 27, 2018) – After earning a career high and helping the Tars topple then No. 18 Lynn University last week, senior goalie Andrew Hoemann has been named to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's (USILA) Division II Team of the Week, organization officials announced Tuesday.

Hoemann's performance in goal helped the Tars take down then 18th-ranked Lynn University by a final score of 8-7 on Friday afternoon at Cahall-Sandspur Field.  The Bellingham, Wash. native faced a total of 39 shots from the Fighting Knights, earning a career high 14 saves for a save percentage of .667.  Hoemann held Lynn to just seven goals throughout the entire 60 minutes, including holding the Fighting Knights silent throughout the third quarter of action and posting up six saves in the fourth quarter, as the Tars toppled their nationally-ranked opponent.  Hoemann also added four ground balls in the Tars' Sunshine State Conference opener.

Hoemann is joined by nine additional players from across the country on this week's Team of the Week.

USILA D2 Team of the Week for March 27, 2018

Andrew Hoemann – Rollins
He registered a career-high 14 saves, including six in the fourth quarter, as he helped the Tars take down No. 18 Lynn University on Saturday afternoon in their Sunshine State Conference opener. He also added four ground balls en route to the upset win.

Connor Haims – Le Moyne
He held the nation's second-leading goal scorer to just one goal (25-percent of his seasonal average) as the Dolphins knocked off then-#1 Merrimack on Saturday.

Dan Flock – Florida Tech
He registered 29 saves and a .644 save percentage in wins over Tampa and Mount Olive. He had 17 saves against Tampa, including one with less than 30 seconds remaining to preserve the win. He had 12 saves in the win over Mount Olive, the program's first over the Trojans in school history.

Colin Domek – Lindenwood
He recorded 12 points on seven goals and five assists, while adding four ground balls, in Lindenwood's 2-0 week. He posted seven points on four goals and three assists in a 17-8 win over Colorado State-Pueblo. He followed with five points on three goals, including the eventual game-winner, and two assists in a 10-8 win over Adams State.

Mason Ostrowski – Florida Tech
He led the Panthers offensively in wins over Tampa and Mount Olive and finished the week with nine points on four goals and five assists, while adding five ground balls. He posted one goal and two assists in a 7-6 win over Tampa and then recorded three goals, including the game-winner with six seconds left, three assists and four ground balls in an 11-10 victory over Mount Olive.

Ryan Land – Florida Tech
He went 16-of-19 at the faceoff "x" and scooped up seven ground balls as the Panthers recorded an 11-10 victory over Mount Olive.

Kyle Fleck – Lincoln Memorial
He caused seven turnovers and collected two ground balls in an 11-8 win over Catawba.

Jack Moran – Seton Hill
He recorded eight points, including six in the first half, on three goals and five assists in an 18-4 victory over Chestnut Hill.

Addison Abramson – Florida Tech
He tallied 10 ground balls and five caused turnovers as the Panthers went 2-0. He posted four ground balls and four caused turnovers in a 7-6 win over Tampa. He recorded six ground balls, caused one turnover and assisted on the game-winning goal with six seconds left in an 11-10 win over Mount Olive.

Lucas Claude – Florida Southern
He recorded seven points on five goals and two assists in a 12-7 win over Palm Beach Atlantic. He played a role in five of the Moccasins seven first half goals as he assisted on two goals in the first quarter and recorded a hat trick in the second quarter. He later added the eventual game-winning goal in the third quarter.

Rollins returns to action on Saturday, March 31, when they take on Florida Tech in Sunshine State Conference action.  Game time against the Panthers is slated for 1 p.m.  Fans who are unable to attend the game in person can follow all of the action live on the Tars Sports Network on RollinsSports.com, as well as with live stats on TarsStats.com.

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