Keeping up with area athletes: Spotlight on Lauren Small


Lauren Small has been the offensive leader for the Alderson Broaddus University women’s soccer team.
The Bartram Trail High School graduate started the first 13 games. She led the team with six goals, including two against Trevecca Nazarene University and one in the next game. The defender/midfielder tied for the team lead with three assists. She entered Sunday tied for 10th in goals among Great Midwest Athletic Conference players.
Small already has surpassed her point total in 19 games last year.

More women’s soccer
Also from Bartram Trail, junior midfielder Sam Patterson started eight of the 10 games she played for Coastal Carolina University. She scored once.
Ponte Vedra High alumna Erica Burt had two goals and an assist in 15 starts for Florida Atlantic University.

Women’s tennis
Florida Institute of Technology freshman Lauren Stuckey won the flight 3 singles title at the Panther Invitational, prevailing 6-0, 6-3 in the final. She is from Allen D. Nease.

Men’s golf
Junior Logan Lanier was LaGrange College’s low scorer at the Royal Lakes/Oglethorpe Invitational. The former Bear shot a 142 (70-72) to finish third overall. He also led the team at the Gordin Collegiate Classic, where he was sixth overall.
Junior Anthony Scolapio, who played for the Sharks, carded a 158 (82-76) to place fifth among LaGrange’s scorers at the Oglethorpe tournament.

Men’s soccer
Ponte Vedra graduate Briggs Hurley scored two of Principia College’s seven total goals through eight games. The sophomore midfielder scored once in two consecutive games to end September’s play, matching his goal total through 18 games last year. Hurley had an assist in the next game.
College of Charleston goalkeeper Kevin Shields had a 2-3-2 record in eight games. Another from the Sharks, he had a 1.19 goals against average. He redshirted last year after playing for Lynn University as a freshman.
Trice Smith started seven of the 10 games he played for Humboldt State University. The Ponte Vedra Beach resident had two assists.
Ponte Vedra resident Johnny Fana started two of the seven games he played for Queens University of Charlotte.

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