In the USF Quad Tourney, the Ospreys won one of their two matches in rainy Tampa, Florida.
UNF faced Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) on Friday, but the match was postponed forcing them to finish it Saturday and cancel their scheduled match against the University of South Florida. The Ospreys held a 1-0 lead when the match was suspended and clinched a 4-3 victory the next day.
On Sunday, the Ospreys fell to No. 53 Pepperdine 1-6. UNF took home two wins in doubles, while Pepperdine controlled the singles.
Next the Ospreys face Lipscomb at the UNF Tennis Complex on March 31 at 6 p.m.
The Ospreys took to the road for the start of Atlantic Sun play.
On Thursday, UNF defeated the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) 6-1 in Newark, New Jersey.
During the doubles, Michelle Valdez and Mariella Calderon completed the shutout of the Highlanders. In the singles, North Florida won five of their six matches with Noemi Hemmerich closing it out.
On Saturday, the Ospreys traveled to Spartanburg, South Carolina to face USC Upstate. North Florida shutout the Spartans 7-0.
The Spartans were no match for the Ospreys in doubles or singles play.
UNF is now 7-5 overall, and 2-0 in the A-Sun.
Next the Ospreys will face Lipscomb at the UNF Tennis Complex on March 31 at 2 p.m.
North Florida Beach Volleyball came home with four wins from their road trip against Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) and Mercer University in Estero, Florida.
The Ospreys are now 14-3 overall and 5-1 in the A-Sun
On day one, UNF defeated FGCU 4-1 and Mercer 3-2.
Courtney Miller and Katarina Raicevic sealed the victory for the Ospreys against FGCU. UNF battled all match to take a lead after being tied 1-1 early.
Against Mercer, Miller and Raicevic helped grab the win again with 21-14, 21-19 victories after leading 2-0 coming into the day.
On day two, UNF defeated Mercer once again 3-2, then shut out FGCU 5-0 that afternoon.
In the match against Mercer, Lauren Ford and Kimberly Ferguson grabbed the win with 24-22, 21-12 victories. The Ospreys were tied one-all, when Miller and Raicevic won their match and created breathing room for their teammates.
Next the Ospreys will face cross-town rival Jacksonville University at Dolphin Beach on April 6 at 2 p.m.
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