Soccer

Kelly Rowswell named First Team All-South Region

December 7, 2017

Sophomore Kelly Rowswell for her performance as goalie for the women’s soccer team.

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Men’s soccer wins their first conference game 1-0

September 28, 2017

The game on Wednesday night against Florida Southern was the game of the week. There was so much action and the stands were almost filled with students, friends, and family cheering. The Tars entered their first game for the Sunshine State Conference with a tough but great shutout win over Florida Southern. The only goal […]

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End of the road for men’s soccer

November 10, 2016

The Rollins Men’s soccer team completed their season last Sunday, Oct. 30, against Embry-Riddle. Although the Tars continued to fight for a spot in the Sunshine State Conference tournament up until the end, they fell short. Only the top six teams can enter post-season play, and Rollins entered the game tied for sixth with Eckerd. […]

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Tars tie Eckerd in conference qualifier, women triumph over Palm Beach

November 3, 2016

On Tuesday, the men’s soccer team aggressively played Eckerd College. Every five minutes, the referee blew his whistle due to a foul and two red cards were issued. The Rollins Tars and the Eckerd Tritons gave it their all throughout the game. A few players showed off some skilled moves and made the crowd go […]

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Tars fall to Fighting Knights

October 27, 2016

Last Wednesday, Rollins went up against Lynn University’s Fighting Knights, No. 8 in the division. It was a tough game for Rollins, and though both teams played aggressively, the Tars lost 5-3 in Sunshine State Conference action. The Fighting Knights scored in the first two minutes of the game with a questionable call that resulted […]

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Lady Tars Come Out On Top

October 20, 2016

The Rollins women’s soccer team played against Florida Southern on Wednesday, Oct. 5. Rollins came out on top with a 2-0 win. The Tars scored very early in the game with a goal from Paxton Sickler ‘17, and it did not stop there. The Tars kept up their fast tempo and kept putting pressure on […]

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Rollins soccer ties Tampa

September 29, 2016

Last Wednesday was a TAR-riffic day, some may say. However, in all, the turnout at the tailgate was a little disappointing, in my opinion as one who has a great spirit for sports. If you want to show school spirit, this is one king of event that you have to go to. The problem we […]

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Lady Tars triumph over Titans

September 22, 2016

After winning every preseason game they played, the Rollins Women’s Soccer team played in their first home game—an exhibition match—on September 17 against the Eastern Florida Titans. The Tars were up for the challenge to play the number-one ranked junior community college, despite the game being considered an exhibition match. Kathryn O’Brien ‘19 cruised down […]

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Field renovations so slow, it’s like watching grass grow

September 1, 2016

At the center of campus, the Barker Family Stadium and Cahall-Sandspur Field serves as home to the Rollins soccer and lacrosse programs. For the second summer in a row, however, the field has been under renovation, this time due to improper implementation and poor management. Although Rollins’ student athletes are incredibly grateful for the original […]

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Tars triumph over Lions once more

November 20, 2015

The Rollins Tars met Saint Leo University for the third time this season to play in the first round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament. Rollins beat Saint Leo in the final of the Sunshine State Conference tournament last week, and the Saint Leo Lions were looking to strike back at the most recent […]

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