Florida Tech Men’s Lacrosse Officially Announce 2021 Regular Season Schedule
By Florida Tech Sports Information // February 28, 2021
Panthers went 2-6 in 2020 before the season was cut short due to COVID-19
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The 2021 Florida Tech men’s lacrosse schedule has been announced by head coach Mark Penn.
The Panthers will play 10 games against Sunshine State Conference opponents with five of those matchups taking place at Panther Field at the F.W. Olin Sports Complex.
“We are excited and thankful to know that games will be happening soon,” said Penn. “The guys have been through a lot since the last time we played, and they need that competition to return.
“Playing an SSC-only schedule will be very challenging. The conference is loaded with talent and we have a huge task ahead of us this season.”
Tech opens the season with consecutive home games against No. 20 Florida Southern on March 20 and Lynn on March 24. The Panthers travel to Saint Leo on March 27 before closing out the month at home versus Rollins on March 31.
The Crimson & Gray kick off the month of April with a big road test against No. 2 Tampa on April 3.
The Panthers then host Palm Beach Atlantic following an 11-day layoff on April 14 before hitting the road for back-to-back away games against Florida Southern on April 17 and Rollins on April 21.
Florida Tech’s final home game is April 24 against Saint Leo and the squad closes out the regular season on May 1 at Lynn.
With the health and safety of student-athletes, coaches, and staff in mind, there will be no fans permitted at Florida Tech men’s lacrosse home games at this time.
Fans can access the live streams for all games on the Panthers’ 2021 schedule for free on the Florida Tech Sports Network by going to FloridaTechSports.com/live. All dates and times for scheduled games are subject to change.
Penn enters his third season as head coach of the Florida Tech men’s lacrosse team in 2020-21, and his eighth season overall with the program.
The Panthers went 2-6 in 2020 before the season was cut short due to COVID-19 with four of the team’s losses coming in games decided by three goals or less.
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