Peach Belt Conference

Men’s soccer team ready to shine

By Jaycob Ammerman |

After being the preseason favorites and having an impressive 14-win season last year, the Flagler College men’s soccer team experienced a devastating loss in the Peach Belt Conference Championship game to the Falcons of Montevallo and a season ending loss to Clayton State in the NCAA D2 Tournament.

Men’s tennis team heading to Peach Belt Conference Tennis Championships

By Michael Potkay |

The Flagler’s men’s tennis team ended the season Monday, April 11th with back to back victories against No. 45 Florida Tech and No. 15 Georgia College.

They finished the season ranked No. 12 (Campbell’s/ITA Division II Rankings) with an overall record of 10-6, a conference record of 7-2 and is seeded No. 3 in the Peach Belt Conference Men’s Tennis Championships. The tournament begins on Friday, April 15th in Augusta, Ga. Their first match will be at 5 p.m. against Georgia College.

Senior baseketball player excels on the court

By Mari Pothier |

Every game is a blessing for senior John Pietkiewicz of the Flagler men’s basketball team.

Even though the Saints have been struggling on the court, Pietkiewicz has been excelling. He was chosen to be the Peach Belt Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for the period ending Feb. 6.

Volleyball team just keeps winning

By Taylor Laskoski |

No matter what happens during the regional tournament, Flagler College junior Jillian Unitas says that the season has already been a huge success for the volleyball team.

“It’s hard for a team to win regular season and conference tournament two years in a row, especially since we added and incorporated different players into our roster,” Unitas, the teams outside hitter, said.
“However, it would be an incredible season to get to go to Nationals again.”

Saints end No. 1 in PBC, win first round

Head Coach John Lynch’s new formation helps team work together to succeed
By Gian Louis Thompson |
Photo by Josh Weaver

The Flagler College men’s soccer team finished first in the Peach Belt Conference and won the first round of the PBC tournament Nov. 3.

They face Montevallo in Evans, Ga., Nov. 6 and look to keep on rolling.

Head coach John Lynch credits the team’s success to a collaborative effort, but the team’s defense is what really stands out.