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No. 8 Tars Trample No. 24 Trojans in Regional Tilt, 14-6

No. 8 Tars Trample No. 24 Trojans in Regional Tilt, 14-6

German Tallies Seven Points as Rollins Earns Win over Mount Olive

SPARKS, Md.  (March 11, 2019) – Kallie German scored a hat trick and added a game high four assists as the eighth-ranked Rollins women's lacrosse team took down No. 24 Mount Olive by a final score of 14-6 on Monday morning at Tierney Field.

The win keeps the Tars, who entered into the game at No. 8 on the IWLCA DII Poll and No. 7 on the NIKE/US Lacrosse DII Top 20, perfect on the season with a record of 6-0.  The Trojans, who entered into the contest ranked No. 24 on the IWLCA DII Poll, earn their second loss of the season and drop to 6-2 overall.

Behind German's seven points performance, Hannah Ashton and Paige Brock scored four goals apiece.  Nikki Stumpf, Lily Rizk, and Rachel Valocchi scored one goal each, while Hannah Coakley was credited for an assist of her own.  Gabby Tanner earned a game high six ground balls, while Rizk brought in four of her own.  Lindsay Van Beck led the game wit six draw controls, followed by Sammy Ottimo with three.  In total, 12 Tars caused one turnover on the day.  In goal, Tanner played a full game, earning 13 saves while allowing only six goals in 60 minutes of action.

Mount Olive, who checked in at No. 24 on the Week 2 IWLCA Division II Poll but dropped out of the standings this week, saw a team best tow goals from Jackie Kaderabek.  Kelly Young, Meaghan Michaud, Tiffany Lee, and Skylar Grady all scored one goal apiece.  Both Young and Kiara Burke earned one assist each on the afternoon.  Sadie Michael earned a team best three ground balls, while Burke led the team in draw controls with four.  Karlie Abbott was credited with a team high two caused turnovers.  In goal, Siena Miller played a full game, earning 12 saves while allowing 14 goals.

How it Happened:
The Tars jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first nine seven minutes, but a goal by the Trojans at the 22:04 mark cut the Tars' lead in half, 2-1. Rollins answered back with three of their own, extending their advantage to 5-1 with 15:49 on the clock, but a goal by UMO with 13:35 on the clock in the first half halted the Tars' scoring streak, setting the score at 5-2.  The Tars fired off three more, pulling ahead by a score of 8-2 with 5:42 to go before the break, but a goal by the Trojans just 27 seconds later wrapped up the first half scoring, giving the Tars an 8-3 lead at halftime.  Both teams traded blows twice to open the second half, but a free position goal by Ashton at the 13:31 mark ignited a four goal run that gave the Tars a 14-5 lead with 4:09 to play.  A late goal by the Trojans with 39 seconds left closed out the game with Rollins earning the 14-6 regional victory.

Series  History:
Rollins vs Mount Olive (3-0)













vs Mount Olive






Sparks, Md.




At Mount Olive






Mount Olive, N.C.










Winter Park, Fla.


Overall: 3-0
Conference: 0-0
Home: 1-0
Away: 1-0
Neutral: 1-0


  • Rollins now leads the all-time series, 3-0.
  • Last time out against the Trojans, the then fifth-ranked Tars took down then No. 19 UMO by a final score of 7-5 on March 19, 2016.
  • The Tars are now 1-0 on the season when playing at a neutral site
  • With a 6-0 start to the season, the Tars have matched the program's third-best start in Rollins women's lacrosse history.  The last time the Tars opened up a season with a 6-0 record was in 2013, where they eventually went on to the NCAA Tournament Semifinals and fell to Limestone by a score of 11-10 in overtime.
  • The Tars' best undefeated run was in 2012, where they went 15-0 before falling to Regis in regular season action, 14-13.  That year, Rollins advanced to the NCAA Tournament Semifinals, where they fell to West Chester by a score of 19-10.
  • The Tars' second best undefeated run was a 9-0 record in 2016.  The Tars eventually matched up against West Chester in the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals, defeating the Rams 9-8 to advance to the Semifinals where they fell to Florida Southern by a score of 8-5.
  • The Trojans were ranked at No. 24 on last week's IWLCA DII Poll, but dropped out of the standings on the Week 3 poll that was released during the game.  UMO was not ranked on the NIKE/US Lacrosse DII Top 20 last week, but received votes on this week's poll
  • The Tars began the game ranked at No. 8 on the IWLCA DII Poll, but moved up one spot to No. 7 on this week's poll, which came out during the game.  Rollins also climbed one spot on the NIKE/US Lacrosse DII Top 20, beginning the game ranked No. 7, and moving up one spot to No. 6 on this weeks standings that were released during the time of competition.

Rollins returns to action on Wednesday, March 13, when they take on Wingate University at Tierney Field.  Game time against the Bulldogs is set for 11:30 a.m.  Live stats will be provided on

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