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SnakeBytes VOLUME 18, ISSUE 3

[9/03] - Jones Selected as the SSC Runner of the Week ... Sophomore Mason Jones has been named the first Sunshine State Conference Runner of the Week for 2018. The announcement was made today by the league office (read more.

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[8/31] - Men's Cross-Country Team Opens Season Saturday Morning at Holloway Park Preseason Festival ... The 2018 men's cross country season gets underway this Saturday at 7:30 a.m. with the Holloway Park Preseason Festival in Lakeland. The Moccasins will be under the direction of first-year head coach Matt Levassiur who had served as an assistant at Florida Southern for the previous three seasons (read more).

[9/01] - 1-2 Finish by Jones and Wagner Lifts Florida Southern Men's Cross-Country Team to Season-Opening Win at Holloway Park Preseason Festival ... The Florida Southern men's cross-country team, in its first event under new head coach Matt Levassiur, opened the 2018 season with a winning effort, as the Moccasins grabbed the top two spots individually and finished one point ahead of Saint Leo at the Holloway Park Preseason Festival. It was a resounding win for the Moccasins, who were No. 5 in the USTFCCCA South Region preseason rankings, while the Lions were No. 3 (read more).

Hannah Flemming, Mercedes Mendoza, Stephanie Hansen, Madison Santore, and Amber Winton

[8/31] - Season Begins for Women's Cross-Country Team Saturday Morning at Holloway Park Preseason Festival ... The Florida Southern women's cross country team starts off the 2018 season this Saturday at 7:30 a.m. with the Holloway Park Preseason Festival in Lakeland. The Moccasins will be under the direction of first-year head coach Stephanie Bylander who had served as an assistant coach on both the men's and women's teams at Florida Southern for the previous three seasons (read more).

[9/01] - Women's Cross-Country Team Scores Emphatic Season-Opening Win at Holloway Park Preseason Festival ... The 2018 season began with a win for the Florida Southern women's cross-country team as the Moccasins took seven of the top 13 positions overall, and had 10 of the top 15 Division II runners at the Holloway Park Preseason Festival. The Mocs overwhelmed the field in their first cross-country meet under new head coach Stephanie Bylander by scoring 34 points to Saint Leo's 80, and though Saint Leo had the individual champion, the Mocs' first seven runners crossed the finish line before the Lions' second (read more).

[9/03] - Volleyball Sweeps SSC Player of the Week Awards ... After going 4-0 at last weekend's Terrace Hotel Classic, including a win over No. 4 Ferris State, Florida Southern College volleyball swept the weekly Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week awards, the conference office announced on Monday. Nicole Mattson was named as the Offensive Player of the Week while fellow senior Bethany Besancenez earned Setter of the Week accolades. Freshman Tierra Porter earned her first career SSC honors as the Defensive Player of the Week (read more).

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[8/31] - Volleyball Dominates in Home Debut ... Florida Southern College volleyball bounced back from a rough opening weekend by dominating two top-notch opponents on the first day of the Terrace Hotel Classic on Friday night. The No. 23 Moccasins (3-3) took down No. 4 Ferris State (4-2) in their home-opener before cruising to a 3-0 victory over Drury (4-2). In the process, Florida Southern ran its home winning streak to 18-straight dating back to last year (read more).

[9/01] - Mocs Cap Off Perfect Weekend with Two Wins ... Nicole Mattson posted back-to-back 27 kill performances as Florida Southern College volleyball wrapped up its opening weekend at home with a pair of wins at the Terrace Hotel Classic on Saturday at Jenkins Field House. The No. 23 Moccasins (5-3) went a perfect 4-0 over the weekend by grabbing wins over Catawba, 3-1, and West Texas A&M, 3-0, in their final two matches over Labor Day weekend (read more).

Julian Jordan-Canosa

[8/29] - Florida Southern Men's Soccer Team Kicks off 2018 Season with First Game at Moccasin Field ... Thursday night, the Florida Southern men's soccer team opens the 2018 season with Trinity Baptist College serving as the opposition in the Moccasins' first game at their new home, Moccasin Field. After playing in Auburndale last year while construction was completed on the Barnett Athletic Complex, the Moccasins will be back on campus for the first time since October 29, 2016, when they dropped a 3-2 decision to Barry (read more).

[8/30] - Six Second-Half Goals Send Florida Southern to 6-0 Win over Trinity Baptist in Men's Soccer ... Scoring six goals in the second half, the first two coming less than a minute apart, the Florida Southern men's soccer team opened the 2018 season, and their new home field, with a 6-0 win over Trinity Baptist. The game marked the Moccasins' return to campus after playing the entire 2017 season in Auburndale while Moccasin Field was still under construction (read more).

[9/01] - Penalty Kick Provides the Only Scoring as Moccasins Post 1-0 Win at USC Aiken on Saturday ... Julian Jordan-Canosa converted a penalty kick in the 43rd minute for the only goal of the night, and the Moccasin defense did the rest by posting its second shutout in as many games, giving the Florida Southern men's soccer team a 1-0 win at South Carolina Aiken. Saturday's night victory gives Florida Southern a 2-0 record to start the season (read more).

Crista Noelle Rolfsen

[8/29] - Women's Soccer Set to Begin New Season on New Field ... In its second season under head coach Paul Lawrence, Florida Southern College women's soccer will debut its talents on Moccasin Field for this first time on Thursday. Florida Southern is set to square off against in-state rival No. 21 Flagler College at 6 p.m. Thursday night before heading off to Georgia. Last season the Mocs saw themselves not only in the Sunshine State Conference tournament but hosting a first-round match against Florida Tech (read more).

[8/30] - Florida Southern Drops Home Opener to No. 21 Flagler ... Florida Southern College women's soccer opened its season on Thursday night with its first-ever regular-season game on the new Moccasin Field. Despite hanging tough for nearly the entire first half, the Mocs (0-1) dropped a close 3-1 contest to No. 21 Flagler (1-0). The match marked the first time in 670 days that Florida Southern had played a soccer match on campus after spending last year at the Lake Myrtle Sports Complex (read more).

[9/01] ... Women's Soccer Blanks Shorter for First Win of 2018 ... Florida Southern College women's soccer (1-1) picked up its first victory of the season with a 3-0 shutout at Shorter (0-1). Freshman goalie Crista Noelle Rolfsen recorded her first collegiate shutout to put the Mocs in the win column. Senior Kylie Harris played a key factor in both of Florida Southern's insurance goals, as she found the back of the net in the 88th minute and then assisted on Amy Volk's goal in the 89th minute (read more).

[9/02] - Women's Soccer Falls to Georgia College on Sunday Afternoon ... Florida Southern College women's soccer (1-2) dropped an afternoon contest at Georgia College (2-0) on Sunday. A Bobcat goal in the eighth minute was all the scoring that Georgia College would need to send the Mocs back to Florida with a loss. Senior Anna Griessler fired off another six shots on the afternoon, while goalie Crista Noelle Rolfsen made a save. (read more)

[8/31] - Top-20 Soccer Moments at Barnett Field, #19 (September 16, 1999) ... Women's soccer was added to the Florida Southern athletic department in 1998 and joined the men's team in calling Barnett Field home for the next 19 years. The first game in the program's history would be a logical one to have on our top-20 countdown, but it's not the one presented at No. 19. Instead, the first women's soccer game on the list comes from September 16, 1999, and though it was not the Moccasins' first win, the 5-4 decision over Rollins was their first conference win (read more)

Be sure to check fscmocs.com for the most up-to-date schedule information

SUPPORT YOUR MOCS - Monday, Sept. 3

• 5:00 pm - Men’s Soccer vs. Montevallo (Moccasin Field)

SUPPORT YOUR MOCS - Tuesday, Sept. 4

• 7:00 pm - Volleyball vs. Eckerd (Jenkins Field House)

SUPPORT YOUR MOCS - Wednesday, Sept. 5

• 6:00 pm - Women’s Soccer at Lynn (Boca Raton, FL)

SUPPORT YOUR MOCS - Friday, Sept. 7

• 7:00 pm - Women’s Soccer at Valdosta State (Valdosta, GA)

SUPPORT YOUR MOCS - Saturday, Sept. 8

• TBA - Men’s Golf at Rod Myers Invitational (Duke University Golf Club - Durham, NC)

• 4:00 pm - Volleyball at Saint Leo (Saint Leo, FL)

SUPPORT YOUR MOCS - Sunday, Sept. 9

• TBA - Men’s Golf at Rod Myers Invitational (Duke University Gold Club - Durham, NC)

• 10:00 am - Women’s Soccer vs. Delta State (Moccasin Field)

• 1:00 pm - Men’s Soccer vs. Newberry (Moccasin Field)

SUPPORT YOUR MOCS - Friday, Sept. 14

• TBA - Women’s Golf at Lady Falcon Invitational (LPGA International - Daytona Beach, FL)

• TBA - Women’s Tennis at Embry-Riddle Invitational (Daytona Beach, FL)

• TBA - Men’s Tennis at Palm Beach Atlantic Invitational (West Palm Beach, FL)

7:00 pm - Volleyball at Lynn (Boca Raton, FL)

SUPPORT YOUR MOCS - Saturday, Sept. 15

• TBA - Women’s Golf at Lady Falcon Invitational (LPGA International - Daytona Beach, FL)

• TBA - Women’s Tennis at Embry-Riddle Invitational (Daytona Beach, FL)

• TBA - Men’s Tennis at Palm Beach Atlantic Invitational (West Palm Beach, FL)

• 7:20 am - Men’s & Women’s Cross Country at Embry-Riddle (Daytona Beach, FL)

• 4:00 pm - Volleyball at Barry (Miami Shores, FL)

• 6:00 pm - Men’s Soccer at Lynn (Boca Raton, FL)

• 7:00 pm - Women’s Soccer vs. Lynn (Moccasin Field)

SUPPORT YOUR MOCS - Sunday, Sept. 16

• TBA - Women’s Golf at Lady Falcon Invitational (LPGA International - Daytona Beach, FL)

• TBA - Women’s Tennis at Embry-Riddle Invitational (Daytona Beach, FL)

• TBA - Men’s Tennis at Palm Beach Atlantic Invitational (West Palm Beach, FL)

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