This week in Jacksonville University Athletics

Oct. 30, 2006


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The JU football team ended their program high six-game road schedule on a sour note as the Dolphins fell to North Greenville, 41-6, in a non-conference contest, on Oct. 28 at Younts Stadium.

This week, the Dolphins will look to get one step closer to winning the PFL Championship as they host No. 1 San Diego in the biggest game ever at D.B. Milne Field on Saturday. Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m.


The Dolphins are on a five-match winning streak after going a peferct 3-0 last week. They opened with a 3-1 victory at Bethune-Cookman on Oct. 24 before wrapping win victories over Campbell (3-2) and Gardner-Webb (3-1) at Swisher Gymnasium.

The two wins at home also secured a spot for the Dolphins in the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament on Nov. 17-18.

JU will travel to face Lipscomb and Belmont in Nashville, Tenn., starting on Friday.

Men's Soccer

Senior Tommy Krizanovic had a goal and two assists, while senior Greg Roytman and sophomore Sebastian Lindholm had their first goals of the seaon as the men's soccer team defeated Georgia Southern, 3-1, in the home finale at the Ashley Sports Complex on Oct. 24.

Senior goalkeeper Chad Comroe added four saves to help secure the Dolphins' win and senior Bojan Milicevic recorded his second assist of the season in the match.

This week, JU will serve as the No. 5 seed at the A-Sun tournament in Kennesaw, Ga. and face No. 4 Belmont in the first round on Thursday with kickoff set for 7 p.m.

Women's Soccer

The Dolphins fell in the regular season finale at No. 6 Florida State, 3-0, on Oct. 24

Senior Michelle Kmiotek pulled down a career-best 17 saves on an FSU record 42 shots.

Her 17 saves brings her career toal to 316, which ranks sixth all-time in A-Sun history.

The Dolphins will travel to Kennesaw, Ga. as the fifth seed at the A-Sun Tournament in DeLamd, Fla. and face fourth seed East Tennesse State on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Women's & Men Cross Country

Freshman Alyssa Deal placed 11th to help the women's cross country team finish fifth at the A-Sun Championships to wrap up the season.

Deal was the women's top finisher after running a time of 19:34 to earn a spot on the all-freshman team, while junior Fallon Heffernan was a step behind Deal in 12th with a time of 19:41.

Junior Trebor DeVerter paced the men's team with a time of 34:36 as the Dolphins took 10th in the conference meet.

Women's Tennis

Tatiana Soldatova won her draw at the Seminole Fall Classic on Oct. 28, while Emese Sulyos took home third place in her draw as the JU women's tennis team had another strong showing to conclude the fall season.

Other JU sports events

- The men's golf team is back in action on Monday to compete in their final fall tournament at the Charleston Fall Invitational.

- The women's basketball team will compete in their first action of the season as they take on Flagler College in an exhibition at Swisher Gymnasium on Thursday at 7 p.m.

- The men's and women's rowing teams will be in Chattanooga, Tenn. on Saturday to participate in the Head of the Chattahoochee.