Instead of capitalizing on the breathing room the Ospreys took one step back while the Rattlers took three steps forward.
Tag: Steve Loeswick
After two weeks it seems like some of the position battles that were taking place over the beginning of training camp and during the first weekend are finally starting to come into place.
A 3 million dollar crack in the Aquatic Center pool has UNF looking to build a new Olympic size swimming pool facility and stay out of the deep waters of debt.
UNF signed: Abby Fesl, a 5-foot-11 setter from Arlington Heights, Ill. — Carina Hoff, a 6-foot-2 gifted athlete from Eustis, Fla. — Kelly Koop, an outside hitter from McKinney, Tex. — and Morgan Van Alstine, a 6-foot-1 middle blocker from Merritt Island, Fla.
An unlikely run by UNF’s volleyball team in the Atlantic-Sun Conference Tournament ended Saturday when the Ospreys lost a five set match to ETSU (23-25, 24-26, 25-18, 25-22, 12-15).
A pumped up crowd wearing t-shirts carrying the words, “Kick the Fins”, cheered the UNF volleyball team to a straight set victory over JU Sat. Nov. 4. UNF (18-11, 9-7 A-sun) won its fourth straight match in the 3-0 victory. The win, the second victory of the season over JU (7-22, […]
A good server can make the difference in the game. If there are multiple good serves in a row, the team can go from being tied to holding a commanding lead.
“Nicole’s a great player, we’re still pushing her to get even better and get more consistent,” Loesweick said. “She definitely makes my job easier. Having the confidence that shes back there knowing that she can make plays is great.”
The UNF women’s volleyball took to the court of the UNF arena for the first time this year as it took on the Rattlers from Florida A&M after starting the season 1-4.
The Ospreys (2-4) were able to manhandle FAMU (0-7) on their way to picking up their second win of the season, 3-0 (25-18, 25-22,25-22).
UNF Volleyball team fights hard in 3 matches at the Courtyard Charleston North Classic.
Positively fuels this team, and despite its record for the tournament, the UNF volleyball team looks at every match as a new opportunity to improve.
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