Men’s Golf Heading to Conference Championships

On Apr. 4, the Saint Leo Men’s Golf played their last tournament of the regular season. The event that took place in Pensacola, Fla. was the Lions’ last battle before heading to the Sunshine State Conference Championships (SSCC). While the team finished second, one of the Saint Leo golfers managed to become the second-best player… Continue reading Men’s Golf Heading to Conference Championships


Saint Leo Golf Teams Prepare for Championship Season

With one month to go to the Sunshine State Conference Tournament (SSC) the Men’s and Women’s Golf teams are playing their final tournaments to get ready for the Championship season. Both teams had tremendous successes in the previous year with the Women’s team being fourth and the Men’s team winning the first national championship in… Continue reading Saint Leo Golf Teams Prepare for Championship Season


Golf Approaching Conference Championships

On Mar. 7, both the men’s and women’s Saint Leo Golf teams participated in two different tournaments. While the men’s golf finished ninth at the Panther Invitational in Melbourne, Fla., the women’s team finished second in the Armstrong State University Pirate Women's Invitational in Pooler, Ga. During a two-day tournament at the Duran Golf Club,… Continue reading Golf Approaching Conference Championships


Women’s Golf Begins Their Journey

Caramel, Ind. On Sept. 12 the Saint Leo Women’s Golf started their 2016-2017 season by taking part in the University of Indianapolis Invitational. The Lions finished fifth overall, and the team was led by a senior, Marie Coors who took second place individually.    The Lions started their campaign at the 6215-yard Prairie View course in… Continue reading Women’s Golf Begins Their Journey

Campus News, Sports

Saint Leo Sends Four Teams to Nationals

For the first time in its history, Saint Leo University was able to send not one, but four teams, to the National Spring Festival to compete for the National title. The Festival took place in Denver from May 16 to 21 and was hosted by the Metro State University and the Denver Sports Commission. The… Continue reading Saint Leo Sends Four Teams to Nationals

Campus News

Good Friends Shape Lives

Nobody plans on going blind. At the age of 19 and attending San Diego State University, it certainly wasn’t on Jeremy Poincenot’s agenda. However, nature had other plans, and after 19 years of perfect vision his eyes started to fail him. After numerous optometrists misdiagnosed him with various conditions, Poincenot was finally informed that he… Continue reading Good Friends Shape Lives