With racks up and balls flying, men’s tennis team went 2-0 this weekend in ASUN play on March 31. The first game was a battle of the birds as the Ospreys took down the Kennesaw State Owls. North Florida started off slow and went 1-2 in the doubles match and […]
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Men’s and women’s tennis claimed victories and suffered defeat on the road and at home. After the UNF women’s tennis team grabbed the doubles point, the Ospreys fell to the USF Bulls in the singles matches with a final score of 4-3 on Mar. 4. “It was another match that […]
There are nine players on UNF men’s tennis team, and all nine are foreign born. The team currently features players from Canada, Brazil, Germany, Peru, Liechtenstein and Hungary.
After pulling back-to-back 7-0 sweeps against the Mercer Bears and Kennesaw State Owls March 14 and 16 — its fifth and sixth straight win — UNF men’s tennis had three more games on the horizon during spring break. Mother Nature and pirates obstructed the path, though.
UNF’s #1 tennis player faced two tough choices in his youth, whether to pursue tennis or soccer, and whether to stay in Europe or move to America. Moritz Buerchner grew up in Haimhausen, Germany, where soccer is king. Buerchner spent a lot of his childhood playing soccer, but he spent […]
By: Josh Brannock, Sports Editor With just two matches left in the regular season, both of UNF’s tennis programs have locked a position in the Atlantic Sun conference tournament April 20-22. The women’s tennis team (12-4) clinched a spot in the conference with wins over Belmont University and Lipscomb University […]
By: Zach Morgan, Contributing Writer UNF women’s tennis is headed into its conference schedule on a high note after winning its last four matches, including its 7-0 sweep of Jacksonville University March 26. The day before the match against JU, the team hosted Big East school West Virginia. The Ospreys […]
Men’s tennis looks to build upon last season’s regular season championship and avenge a disappointing postseason performance.
A loyal husband and father leaves for work on the bus at 8 a.m. He won’t return to his wife and four children until 9 p.m., after a full day’s work at the Salvation Army, a company that pays him in food stamps. Even with working 30 hours a week, […]