The Ospreys (2-1) began their 2017 baseball season over the weekend against Radford in a three-game series. The first game took place on Friday night, where UNF shut out Radford 9-0. By the third inning, the Ospreys were already leading 4-0, but the impressive stuff was still to come. Harmon […]
The spring sports season is picking up steam beginning this week, and there is a slew of home games. Baseball Baseball will open their season against Radford at 6 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 17. They’ll go on to face the Highlanders two more times on Feb. 18 and 19 at […]
The 2016 Major League Baseball Draft was a three-day event in which over a thousand names were called, including two North Florida Ospreys.
Corey Fehribach’s solo homer that clanged off the scoreboard in the top of the ninth was the winning run in a FGCU’s 3-2 ASUN semifinal win, leaving the Ospreys still searching for their first ASUN title.
The Ospreys split a pair of one-run Atlantic Sun tournament games in Nashville, though they’re far from finished.
Backup Bubba Olivera, starting for the injured Patrick Ervin, delivered a stellar performance that included three hits and a home run and led the Ospreys to an opening round win in the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament. The Osprey offense exploded for 10 runs in the first four innings on their way […]
The Osprey’s (37-17) quest for their first Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Championship begins today at 4:00 p.m. with an opening matchup against Florida Gulf Coast University (24-30).
When the list of 103 players was whittled down to 15, senior Osprey catcher Keith Skinner’s name remained in contention for the Johnny Bench Award, given to the best catcher in the nation.
Senior Corbin Olmstead is still in contention for the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year award after the watch list of 24 players was cut down to 18 on Wednesday by the National College Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Osprey’s trend of nail-biting finishes continued Tuesday night, when a UCF error in the bottom of the ninth allowed Dakota Higdon to race home from second base for the team’s fifth walk-off win of the season.
The Ospreys looked to improve their 2-4 record in conference play when they hosted Stetson this weekend in a three-game home series.
The Ospreys (21-14), facing a five-run deficit and in danger of losing their third-consecutive game, silenced the crowd at USF Baseball Stadium when right fielder Nick Karmeris belted a grand slam in the fifth inning.
After taking care of Florida A&M on April 6, the Ospreys rode their two-game winning streak into a weekend series with arch-rival Jacksonville University.
Despite falling behind early and being out-hit, the Ospreys stormed back with runs in each of the last four innings to beat Bethune-Cookman 12-6 Tuesday at Harmon Field.
The Ospreys play their next game against Bethune Cookman on April 5.
The Ospreys showed no mercy Tuesday night when they defeated Florida A&M 15-0 at Harmon Stadium.