Tag Archives: Linda Hamilton
Sunday’s game was dubbed Senior Day, as it marked the last time six UNF players would play a game at Hodges Stadium.
Despite finishing below .500 in the regular season, the Ospreys set the mark with their best post season run since their arrival in the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2005. The team reached the A-Sun semifinals, and won their first ever A-Sun tournament game.
Young but Strong: Women’s Soccer fires up for a new season By: Alex Russel Last year, the women’s soccer team ended up with a record of 7-12 overall and 6-4 in the Atlantic Sun Conference. “I’m very excited for this coming season,” said Coach Linda Hamilton. “We are still young, with eight new players and [...]
The UNF women’s soccer team returned from a two-game trip to Miami Sept. 11 to Sept. 13 with one loss and a tie. UNF lost 2-1 against Florida International University Sept. 13, after traveling to Boca Raton and finishing a 1-1 tie against Florida Atlantic University, after playing two overtimes. Senior forward Katelin Swift scored [...]
The UNF women’s soccer team came away from the Sept. 4 through Sept. 6 Jacksonville University Tournament with mixed results after splitting their games 1-1. The Furman Paladins were successful in containing the Osprey attack in a 3-1 loss for UNF in their second game of the tournament. Furman’s Martha Hall scored all three goals [...]
Sports are often cherished for their hard-hitting, character-building moments when athletes use the most of their skill and talent to win. But not every sport involves head-to-head competition or even exercise. The Spinnaker asked three UNF coaches to participate in a debate sharing their feelings about whether fishing, cheerleading and chess are truly sports. Mary [...]