If you haven’t been watching the Osprey Productions Facebook page, you might not know about the new way to get your ticket to OZ Fest. Whereas in previous years you could simply pick up your ticket at the event venue, this year, things are a little different. Students are being […]
The UNF Writing Center has been temporarily moved to Building 8 due to flooding from Hurricane Matthew. The center is usually located on the first floor of Building 3, but is now set up in the lobby of the English Department, right above the Chick-Fil-A. The flooding was due to […]
Starting August 2015, UNF will begin the Smoke-Free Campus Initiative to help promote healthier living for students, faculty, and staff. Ash receptacles and designated smoking areas will be removed as a result of the university’s transition to being a smoke-free environment.
Milkshakes bring all the students to the courtyard The Chick-fil-A on campus will be adding a new item to their menu this summer–milkshakes! There isn’t an exact date, but UNF Chick-fil-A employee and graphic design senior Travis Spain said they will start serving the treat early in Summer B, as […]
Chick-Fil-A is now open in Alumni square after months of construction on the former location for Sbarro.
The soft opening doesn’t include free food giveaways, to some students’ dismay.
In UNF’s last three games, there has been a strong showing on the defensive end, but they have struggled to get buckets. UNF averaged 56 points per game in its past five games, compared to its 65 points per game season average.
After the game, Driscoll said that starting lineup changes may be in UNF’s future. Driscoll will likley be looking to improve UNF’s slumping offense. UNF is averaging 56 points in its last three games, nine points below its season average of 65.
“You know some people call it the dog days of February, but we call it the dawg days of February,” Driscoll said. “Discipline, attitude wins games. Yes we believe in it and we think we can win.”
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JU capitalized on second chance opportunities, grabbing nine offensive rebounds and converting eight of those boards into 16 points.
“It’s a good league and every night you better be ready to play, and if you don’t buy into that or you don’t believe that, you have something seriously wrong with you,” Driscoll said.
UNF has started to develop balanced inside-outside scoring with the inside scoring of Wallace and the long range ability of Parker Smith, but freshman Beau Beech has started to become a viable third scoring option.
By the middle of the first half, Smith was so hot Stetson fans were yelling, “No!” the second he was catching the ball in anticipation of the three points that were sure to follow.
PS3 shot a nearly flawless 90% from 3-point range, connecting on 9-10 attempts, and finished with 33 points and 5 assist.
Freshman Beau Beech (17 pts, 8 reb) made 3 of 5 three point shots, while the rest of the team was a combined 2 for 20 from long distance.
Wallace, who has emerged as the team’s go to scorer, is riding a hot streak and is averaging 23 points and 8 rebounds over his last four games.