Tag Archives: National Collegiate Athletic Association
By: Josh Brannock, Sports Editor Baylor finishes season perfect 40-0, win national championship Under the massive wingspan and dominating power of Brittney Greiner, the Baylor Bears became the first team to finish 40-0 in NCAA history April 3 as they beat Notre Dame 80-61. Greiner led all players with 26 points, 13 rebounds and six [...]
By: Jordan Harirchi, Assistant Sports Editor After a starting lineup chock full of underclassmen won the NCAA National Championship, the only question left to ask is which one of those players won’t go pro. In a world where money and material goods are a driving force behind its workings, one is left to ask why [...]
UNF’s newest program, sand volleyball, continues its first season of play as an NCAA recognized sport.
By: Jordan Harirchi, Assistant Sports Editor As a journalism major and Spinnaker writer who is fairly familiar with the news agenda and how it works, I can see the media generally value male sports more than female sports. Earlier this semester, a head coach of a women’s team at UNF complained about how the team [...]
By: Jordan Harirchi, Assistant Sports Editor UNF’s baseball team started its season with a lot to prove, and expectations for the team, ranked No. 130 this year in Division I baseball by the NCAA, are very low. The team is projected to finish seventh in the Atlantic Sun conference, one place higher than last [...]
With the NCAA making academic requirements for postseason play tougher, UNF athletic teams must make athletes focus on school.
Men’s tennis looks to build upon last season’s regular season championship and avenge a disappointing postseason performance.
UNF Men’s Basketball coach Matt Driscoll is from Pennsylvania and spent time at Baylor after their university was hit by a tragedy
New season, new teammates. Find out what men’s soccer has in store for the season. Men’s soccer trains early to prepare young recruits for season By Alex Russell After a season of 3-12 in 2010, the men’s soccer team hopes to condition their young team into conference champs and make it to the NCAA tournament. [...]