The Osprey men’s and women’s tennis teams took on opponents at home this weekend. The men’s team faced a victory and a loss, and the women’s team won both their matches. Men’s tennis After a sweeping Charleston, 6-0 the day before, the UNF men’s tennis team(5-5) fell to South Alabama in […]
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 […]
North Florida men’s and women’s tennis spent the weekend being road warriors. The Women’s tennis team were swept in a straight set 4-0 by Florida State on Friday. The Ospreys fought hard against the Seminoles but were unable to pull out the win in doubles and singles. The Seminoles […]
Correction: Coach Audra Cohen’s resignation was announced June 30. Three-time Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year Audra Cohen resigned from her position as the UNF women’s tennis coach last Thursday to accept the head coach spot at the University of Oklahoma. In five seasons, Cohen led the team to four NCAA […]
North Florida earned three more Atlantic Sun Championship titles to its trophy case over the weekend, thanks to beach volleyball and men’s and women’s tennis. The women’s golf team also claimed its first title earlier this month.
Players on the North Florida men’s and women’s tennis team brought home multiple Atlantic Sun awards on April 19 for their performance on the court and in the classroom.
The Ospreys competed on the tennis courts, softball field and track during a busy weekend.
Both men and women’s tennis earned victories over the Lipscomb Bison Thursday evening at the UNF Tennis Courts.
The Ospreys took to the road to compete in a variety of sports during a busy Easter weekend.
UNF men’s tennis spilt match results with a 4-0 victory over No. 75 UNC Wilmington and a 4-2 loss against No. 63 Alabama.
Three women’s teams competed over the weekend to mixed results.
Recruits include three transfers in women’s basketball and two athletes from Canada.
Jack Findel-Hawkins lost in the Round of 64 in the first tournament of the Division I NCAA Singles Championship to include an Osprey.
A racket-swinging Osprey is the first to compete and will play against a player ranked No. 25 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.
The A-Sun conference champs were blown away by the Miami Hurricanes on May 8.
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.