The Ospreys set a new baseball Division I era record and several players walk away with A-Sun Conference honors and awards.
Author: Jordan Ferrell
The women’s tennis team is heading to the NCAA Division-I Tennis Tournament May 8. The Ospreys will take on the University of Miami in the first round of the tournament.
UNF plans to turn building 26, formerly the Aquatic Center, into a recreational facility with hardwood floors, HVAC, offices and classrooms, begging the question: where’s the pool?
In three months the UNF men’s tennis team has moved three spots starting with a 4-0 victory over the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, which at the time, was ranked No. 66…
Head Coach Mary Tappmeyer has been with the lady Ospreys for 23 years but the results from her last two seasons have not been enough to have her contract renewed
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UNF has a doctor that specializes in the art of NCAA Tournament prediction.
The Deadbirds won their fourth conference championship in five years, under Head Coach Richard Alleger.
UNF’s redshirt freshman catcher Blake Voyles saved the game for the Ospreys (5-4) in the ninth inning on Wednesday night against Georgia Southern (5-4) at Harmon Stadium. With two outs looming overhead, Voyles’ shot to left field sent Nick Karmeris and Corbin Olmstead to home plate ending the game in favor of the Ospreys, 5-4.
The UNF women’s basketball team defeated Lipscomb’s Bisons 57-54 at the Allen Arena Thursday night, Feb. 19.
The Ospreys defeated the Rattlers 8-1 Feb. 17 at the UNF Softball Complex boosting the team to an 8-2 record for the season. The charge was led by Katie Mandigo with three runs batted in that night.
UNF’s Jack Findel-Hawkins has won the Atlantic Sun Men’s Tennis Player of the Week award. This is his second Atlantic Sun award.
The University of North Florida Ospreys put up 86 points to defeat the Jacksonville University Dolphins in the A-Sun season opener on Jan. 10 at the Veterans Memorial Arena.
The UNF men’s basketball team beat the Trinity Baptist Eagles 106-60. This win broke a four-game losing streak for the Ospreys and set a new school record for most non-conference Division 1 wins in a season.
The UNF Ospreys’ pre-holiday schedule comes to an end with a loss to Big Ten Conference opponent, the Iowa Hawkeyes, on Monday, Dec. 22 in Iowa City, IA.
Trailing behind by two points, the Ospreys lost against the TTU Eagles (82-80) ending their five-game winning streak on Monday, Dec. 15. A technical foul–dunking during pregame warmups–committed by UNF starting center Romelo Banks cost the Ospreys the two early points.
UNF beat Purdue 73-70. This was the Osprey’s first win against a Big Ten Conference team. The Ospreys gave Purdue their first home loss of the season.