Davenport finished off the night with multiple highlight reel dunks, but also had 11 boards, 12 points and five assist giving him his second double-double of the season.
Author: Josh Brannock
Before they play UF in the first game of the season, check out the reconstructed men’s basketball team.
After months of renovations, Hodges Stadium is ready for UNF’s soccer teams to return to the field.
The team has yet to pick up a traditional road win, however it has won two games at a neutral site.
A UNF staff member took on extreme temperatures, elevation changes, over-hydration and blisters to get the chance to compete in one of the most difficult foot races on the planet.
Instead of capitalizing on the breathing room the Ospreys took one step back while the Rattlers took three steps forward.
After two weeks it seems like some of the position battles that were taking place over the beginning of training camp and during the first weekend are finally starting to come into place.
The outcome of the games wasn’t the story however. The big news came from the lineups head coach Steve Loeswick used in each game.
This season the team will struggle to repeat the success of last season due to some inexperience.
Mercer and ETSU just so happen to be two of five schools in the A-Sun that field a football team. The A-Sun however does not recognize football as a conference sport. But you know who does? Money to the one who guessed SoCon, that’s the Southern Conference’s acronym — I like it.
“My curveball wasn’t very good when I came here — it worked, but I only threw it three or four times a game,” Renner said. “Now, I can use it as a third pitch to change the eye level on hitters, and I can throw it for strikes.”
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“That’s one thing we’ve worked on as a team, being very patient and waiting for a pitch that you can work on,” Roberson said. “You just gotta’ keep battling off the bad pitches until you get one you can handle and drive it somewhere.”
“We’re definitely challenging them more and training harder to try and get that step up,” Loeswick said. “Last year we did a lot with basic ball control and trying to figure out what teams worked best together. This year we’ve been a little bit more consistent with our teams.”
The trend of big wins and close loses continued for the team over spring break. Despite UNF traveling to party destinations over the break, they weren’t there for a good time.
After starting the year winning every series it played, the UNF baseball team finally dropped a weekend series March 8-10.