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Sand volleyball splits first major tournament

Josh Brannock

April 5, 2012

By: Josh Brannock, Sports Editor In its first major tournament in program history, the UNF sand volleyball team went 2-2 at the College of Charleston Sand Classic March 23-25. The Ospreys started the classic against Pepperdine University...

Lacrosse still looking for its first win of the season


February 22, 2012

By: Zach Morgan, Contributing Writer   UNF lacrosse returns to the field Feb. 25 for a divisional matchup against Georgia Southern.   With only three divisional games remaining, this game will be crucial ...

Splashing around


January 12, 2012

The University of North Florida swimming and diving team has one recurring theme thus far in its season: to be the best, you have to beat the best. Coach Beth Harrell has taken a roster laden with freshmen and few upperclassmen...

Inside the Huddle


November 9, 2011

Compiled by Jordan Harirchi Questions: Do you think it’s fair to let Joe Paterno go because of the scandal surrounding a former defensive coordinator? Will the lowly Jaguars provide the lowlier Colts with its first win of the...

The Furey Factor: Women’s tennis team has to start from ground zero


March 3, 2010

The UNF women’s tennis team tallied its first loss of the season against the College of Charleston 4-3, which doesn’t seem too devastating, but it means a lot to the team. It was the Ospreys' first home loss since April 8,...

Men’s Soccer: UNF held scoreless at Furman Diadora


September 16, 2009

The UNF men’s soccer was held scoreless Sept. 11 to Sept. 13 in two losses at the Furman Diadora Tournament. In their second game of the tournament, the Ospreys lost 3-0 to tournament hosts Furman on Sunday. Furman scored...

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