A look at FAU Basketball’s 2018 class

A look at FAU Basketball’s 2018 class

Rodolphe Ganthier, Contributor
July 17, 2014
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

New FAU basketball coach Michael Curry has to bring in players that fit his program, and he has started this summer, bringing in three young men to fill the spots left by center Dragan Sekelja, guard Pablo Bertone and guard Richard Morrow. There is one who signed originally under Mike Jarvis, one... Read more »

Highly touted running back Jordan Scarlett de-commits from FAU

Highly touted running back Jordan Scarlett de-commits from FAU

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
June 27, 2014
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

In late December, prized high school running back Jordan Scarlett pledged to bring his talents to Florida Atlantic University, following his former high school coach Roger Harriot. Harriot,... Read more »

Alleged NCAA violation by FAU Basketball’s Richard Morrow puts his eligibility in danger

Alleged NCAA violation by FAU Basketball’s Richard Morrow puts his eligibility in danger

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
June 9, 2014
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

In April, there was speculation that Richard Morrow would be voluntarily walking away from the FAU basketball program. Now, he may have squandered his final year of eligibility... Read more »

FAU pitcher Austin Gomber drafted in fourth round, headed to St. Louis

FAU pitcher Austin Gomber drafted in fourth round, headed to St. Louis

Andrew Ramey, Contributing Writer
June 7, 2014
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Top Stories

Update: This story originally said that Gomber would start off in the Caridnal's farm system playing for their Double A affiliate, the Springfield Cardinals. He'll actually begin his professional with the State College Spikes, a Single A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals.  With... Read more »

Though NCAA settlement means FAU athletes may receive one-time payment, their eligibility is in no danger

Though NCAA settlement means FAU athletes may receive one-time payment, their eligibility is in no danger

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
June 5, 2014
Filed under Football, Sports

Some FAU athletes may be receiving money soon, courtesy of a gaming company called Electronic Arts. The NCAA knows, and they can’t (won’t) do a thing. Riddled with multiple lawsuits, EA is paying $40 million out to current and former NCAA athletes, a settlement in response to improperly using... Read more »

Clemson transfer Adonis Filer headed to FAU

Clemson transfer Adonis Filer headed to FAU

June 2, 2014
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

The first point guard to sign under new FAU basketball head coach Michael Curry is no high school product — he’s a college junior coming from a school 12 hours away from Boca Raton. Adonis Filer attended Clemson University for two years, playing only sparingly. He averaged 3.9 points, 1.3 rebounds... Read more »

FAU football coach Charlie Partridge to throw first pitch at May 30 Marlins game

FAU football coach Charlie Partridge to throw first pitch at May 30 Marlins game

May 29, 2014
Filed under Football, Sports, Top Stories

FAU football head coach Charlie Partridge is preparing to throw the first pitch at the Marlins-Braves game on May 30, yet another attempt to increase the visibility of a young Owls’ program. Patridge tweeted the following at 7:50 p.m. https://twitter.com/CoachPartridge/status/472178199775178752 Soon... Read more »

FAU Football: Prospects for the ‘15 NFL Draft

FAU Football: Prospects for the ‘15 NFL Draft

Josue Simplice , Contributor
May 21, 2014
Filed under Football, Sports

Former Florida Atlantic Owls Keith Reaser and Randell... Read more »

In Photos: Despite winning series versus UAB, FAU Baseball still out of 2014 C-USA Tournament

In Photos: Despite winning series versus UAB, FAU Baseball still out of 2014 C-USA Tournament

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
May 17, 2014
Filed under Baseball, Galleries, Sports

By the second game of their series against Alabama-Birmingham, the Florida Atlantic Owls knew their season had come to an end -- and it was no fault of their own. The Conference... Read more »

FAU Basketball avoids postseason ban after release of latest academic progress rate scores, Men’s Tennis does not

FAU Basketball avoids postseason ban after release of latest academic progress rate scores, Men’s Tennis does not

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
May 14, 2014
Filed under Basketball, News, Sports

Head basketball coach Michael Curry is in his first summer on the job -- come fall, he will begin his first season as a college coach with a team that was almost barred from postseason play. The NCAA released academic progress rate scores for each team at every school in the country today and FAU... Read more »

Alfred Morris to compete for second “Madden” cover

Alfred Morris to compete for second “Madden” cover

Rodolphe Ganthier, Contributor
May 12, 2014
Filed under Football, News, Sports

Former FAU running back Alfred Morris is in contention to be on the cover athlete of "Madden 15," which will be on sale this coming August. Morris, a sixth-round pick of the 2012 draft and the starting running back for the Washington Redskins, was featured on the cover of last year’s game, "Madden... Read more »

Randell Johnson becomes second Owl taken in 2014 NFL Draft, headed to the Buffalo Bills

Randell Johnson becomes second Owl taken in 2014 NFL Draft, headed to the Buffalo Bills

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
May 10, 2014
Filed under Football, News, Sports, Top Stories

Randell Johnson played his college football in Boca Raton, just forty minutes from his native Miami. Now, he will travel almost 1,400 miles to his next destination — Buffalo. ... Read more »