Author Noah Dombroski

After a win and a loss in the first two games of the season in Tennessee, the Saint Leo Women’s Basketball team returned home to find themselves locked in a tough battle against the Florida Southern Mocs. With four players standing at six-foot-one or taller (their tallest player is 6’4”), the Mocs entered the game with a significant advantage in size, but Florida Southern dominated the game in more ways than just owning the paint. From the opening tip-off, the Lions struggled to get off open shots. Over the course of the game, the home team attempted 53 field goals,…

It’s not every day that hitting home runs benefits the American military, but that’s exactly what students and faculty of Saint Leo University accomplished on Sunday night. For three hours, current students and staff, as well as alumni, gathered at the University Softball Stadium in support of veterans, softball, and hot dogs. The event was put together by Saint Leo’s chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, along with assistance from the Saint Leo Recreational Department, as a way to help raise money for an organization Kappa Sigma started back in 2007: The Military Heroes Campaign. Since the campaign’s start, the…

Things didn’t look good for the Lions following a long and intense third set in the Bowman Center, which ended in a 29-27 victory for the Eckerd College Tritons. Coming out of the intermission and trailing two sets to one, put the home team in a tight spot. There was already a feeling of defeat wafting throughout the gym. The Lions needed a spark to get them back on track, and they found it in the right arm of outside hitter Britt Sederholm, one of the team’s senior leaders. Relentless in her approaches to the net, Sederholm played all five…

By Noah Dombroski Led by a combination of determined veterans and talented freshmen, the Saint Leo Women’s Basketball team toppled Trinity College in a 107-51 blowout, the perfect end to an exciting homecoming day. Although only a preseason exhibition, the Lions demonstrated great skill and teamwork, both promising signs for the regular season this winter. The team’s effort was highlighted by an excellent display of selflessness, with the Lions assisting one another on twenty-six of their field goals, a number more than six times that of their opposition, who only completed four assists as a team. They also turned the…

Please spread the word!