MELBOURNE, FL – Florida Southern College has won the 2017-18 men’s and women’s Sunshine State Conference Mayors’ Cups. The wins mark the 10th time an institution has won both Mayors’ Cups in the same academic year.
LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College inducted five new members to its Athletics Hall of Fame on Thursday evening during its 16th annual Hall of Fame Banquet at Jenkins Field House. The five-member class included Pete Meyer (baseball), Jordan McAfee (volleyball), Matt Stauch (men's golf), Mary O'Sullivan (women's swimming), and David Jenkins (honorary).
Moccasins Conclude NCAA Division II National Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships with Another All-American Relay Team
GREENSBORO, NC – The Florida Southern women’s swimming team closed out the 2018 NCAA Division II National Championships with another All-American performance and school record from one of its relay teams Saturday night, which allowed the Moccasins to move up one more spot in the overall standings. Their 10th-place finish in the 400-freestyle relay behind junior Krystal Karas, senior Katja Hajdinjak, sophomore Allison Greenwood, and junior Katie Moore gave the Mocs the necessary points to finish 18th out of 45 scoring teams with 66 points.
800-Freestyle Relay Team Earns All-American Honors on Day Three of NCAA Division II National Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships
GREENSBORO, NC – With the chance to score points in only one event during Friday night’s finals session, Florida Southern made the most of its opportunity by taking seventh place in the 800-freestyle relay. That gave senior Katja Hajdinjak, junior Krystal Karas, senior Peyton Breault, and junior Katie Moore First Team All-American honors on day three of the NCAA Division II National Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships. That gave Florida Southern enough points to remain in 19th place in the overall standings.
Hajdinjak Helps Florida Southern Score 25 Points and Set One Record on Day Two of NCAA Division II Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships
GREENSBORO, NC – Florida Southern scored 25 points Thursday night to climb 10 spots in the overall team standings, and Katja Hajdinjak had a hand in all of them. The senior transfer earned honorable mention All-American honors in the 100-butterfly and did the same as part of the 200-freestyle and 400-medley relay teams too. She also combined with senior Peyton Breault, junior Haley DeGrace, and junior Krystal Karas to set a new school record in the 400-medley relay.
Moore Scores for Moccasins on First Day of NCAA Division II National Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships
GREENSBORO, NC – Katie Moore was the first Moccasin swimmer to compete on day one of the 2018 NCAA Division II National Swimming & Diving Championships, and the junior provided Florida Southern with its first points of the meet. Competing in the 1,000-freestyle, her time of 10:10.85 was good for 14th place, earning her honorable mention All-American honors.
Seven Florida Southern Women Set to Compete in NCAA Division II National Swimming & Diving Championships
GREENSBORO, NC - Seven Florida Southern women?s swimmers will be competing this week at the 2018 NCAA Division II National Swimming and Diving Championships, which begins Wednesday morning at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. Those seven swimmers give Florida Southern the chance to compete in all but two events at the finals, though two of them are restricted to relay events only.
LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College Athletics will place five new inductees into the FSC Athletics Hall of Fame during its annual Hall of Fame Banquet on Thursday, March 22. This year’s class includes three former Moccasin student-athletes, a former head coach, and one honorary inductee.
Three Florida Southern swimmers have been voted to the 2018 All-Sunshine State Conference women’s swimming team led by 4-time selection Jacinda Whittenburg. The senior is a repeat member of the first team, while senior Peyton Breault and junior Katie Moore are second-team selections.
MELBOURNE, Fla. - A total of 651 student-athletes, inlcuding 76 from Florida Southern College, have been named to the 2017 Fall Sunshine State Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll; it was announced Wednesday, March 7th by Commissioner Ed Pasque. A total of 142 student-athletes carried a perfect 4.00 grade-point average for the fall semester.