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UNF sand volleyball looks to bring more attention to the sport

Josh Brannock

April 8, 2012

By: Josh Brannock, Sports Editor Over a year of work on the sand paid off March 9 when the UNF sand volleyball team took on crosstown rival Jacksonville University in the first NCAA Division I sand volleyball match in UNF history. UNF won ...

Men’s tennis notches another barrel point against JU

Jordan Harirchi

April 5, 2012

By: Jordan Harirchi, Assistant Sports Editor In a few days of dominance, the No. 56 UNF men’s tennis team won 12 of a total 14 points against the two teams it faced. The Ospreys concluded their nonconference schedule by beating...

Baseball uses high scoring to pick up a number of wins

Josh Brannock

April 5, 2012

By: Josh Brannock, Sports Editor The UNF baseball team will play Bethune-Cookman March 21, followed by a three-game series against USC Upstate beginning March 23, after winning six of its last nine games. UNF won games against FGCU...

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UNF downs the Eagles with improbable comeback

Spinnaker

January 7, 2012

By Josh Brannock, Sports Editor Email Josh at [email protected] Follow @spinnakersports After entering halftime down by 17 against Florida Gulf Coast Jan. 7, the UNF Ospreys (9-8, 3-1) made it clear to the rest of the ...

Ice hockey continues to command the ice during its first season in Division III

Spinnaker

November 30, 2011

By Josh Brannock In just its second year of competition, the UNF ice hockey team has made strides to become the best team affiliated with the Ospreys logo. In the fall half of the season the team managed to post a 15-2 reco...

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