Weekend Sports Recap

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The UNF Men's Tennis team huddles up before their match.

The UNF Men's Tennis team huddles up before their match.

The UNF Men's Tennis team huddles up before their match.

The UNF Men's Tennis team huddles up before their match.

Jas Chung

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While the basketball teams battled it out at the UNF Arena, several spring teams continued their seasons on and off the road.

Men’s Tennis

Men’s tennis got a 6-1 win over Troy University Feb.2 at the UNF Tennis Complex.

Doubles got the win after a close match in the No. 1 position. The single matches were a breeze for the home team as they crush most of the matches.

Men’s tennis hit the road to face UCF on Feb.7 at 6 p.m.

Women’s Tennis

The University of Central Florida swept women’s tennis 4-0 on  February 4th in Orlando.This was the first doubles loss of the season for the women’s team.

During the match, the Ospreys were able to close out the sets to earn any points.

Women’s tennis return home to face FIU at 11am on Feb.10.

Swimming

Women’s swimming finished out the regular season with the Technotational Meet at Virginia Tech. The Ospreys faced off against Virginia Tech, James Madison, South Carolina, Towson and William & Mary.

During the meet, freshman Morgan Bentley got a new personal best in the 100 freestyle with a time of 57.23.

The women’s swimming team will head to Athens, Ga. to compete in the CCSA Championships on Feb.14-17.

Track and Field

Men’s and Women’s Track and Field competed in Winston-Salem, NC for the Camel City Invitational Feb. 2nd. During the meet, several records were made for both squads.

Redshirt junior Nick Morken got a personal record in the mile with a third place finish behind a time of 4:06. His record is now the fastest time in the ASUN this season.

Noah Perkins also got a personal record in the 3000m and took the fastest time in the ASUN with a finish of 8:17.He finished in third place.

Audrey Carpenter earned a personal record in the 3000m with a time of 10:07.

Claudia Jalon broke a school record during the mile after she finished with a time of 4:39. Her time is the eighth fastest so far this season for the NCAA.  

The next meet will be the ASUN Indoor Championship Feb. 16-17 in Lynchburg, VA.

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