FAU Volleyball wins FAU Invitational

FAU Volleyball wins FAU Invitational

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
August 31, 2014
Filed under Sports, Top Stories, Volleyball

In the second day of the FAU Invitational, the women of FAU Volleyball beat the Stetson Hatters to secure the first place trophy. Volleyball is a set of games. A game is won once a team reaches 25 points (a team must win by at least two points). Winning three games wins a match. FAU won their match... Read more »

Nebraska hangs 55 points on FAU in season opener

Nebraska hangs 55 points on FAU in season opener

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
August 30, 2014
Filed under Football, Top Stories

Lincoln, Neb. -- To bring in funding for the entire Athletics program, financially strapped schools like Florida Atlantic venture all over the country to play games and get paid for it. Bigger schools need wins, smaller schools need money. Nebraska paid $1 million for today’s matchup versus... Read more »

Gallery: FAU Men’s and Women’s Soccer Team

Gallery: FAU Men’s and Women’s Soccer Team

Sabrina Martinez, Ryan Murphy, Maxwell Jackson, and Casey White
August 25, 2014
Filed under Galleries, Soccer, Sports, Top Stories

FAU Mens Soccer Exhibition Game against Nova and Barry ... Read more »

FAU Soccer defeats Barry University 3-0 in final exhibition of year, season starts this Friday

FAU Soccer defeats Barry University 3-0 in final exhibition of year, season starts this Friday

Rodolphe Ganthier, Contributor
August 24, 2014
Filed under Soccer, Sports, Top Stories

On Sunday Aug. 24, Florida Atlantic’s soccer team cruised to a comfortable 3-0 win over Barry University, looking very ready for the new season coming in a week's time. The first action of the game came five minutes in, when a Barry University player lashed a thunderous left footed shot which hit... Read more »

FAU Football to play on what will now become “Schnellenberger Field”

FAU Football to play on what will now become “Schnellenberger Field”

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
August 21, 2014
Filed under Football, Sports, Top Stories

Howard Schnellenberger was the architect of the FAU football program. He raised donation funds. He convinced the school to raise its athletics’ fee to provide more money. Years ago, he stood on tables at local bars to tell students why they should use their Saturday afternoon to come see an FAU football... Read more »

Greg Gantt returns from China lighter, leaner, ready to sign European contract

Greg Gantt returns from China lighter, leaner, ready to sign European contract

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
August 21, 2014
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

Greg Gantt, the all-time leading scorer in FAU basketball history, is back on American soil after spending 10 days in China competing with a handpicked squad of D-League players. It took a total of 20 hours of travel time to get to East Asia, and immediately after, the team practiced in an extremely... Read more »

Former FAU basketball star Greg Gantt headed to China for D-League showcase

Former FAU basketball star Greg Gantt headed to China for D-League showcase

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
July 28, 2014
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

Greg Gantt is a well traveled man, having been to Belgium, Holland and France with the FAU basketball team during the summer before his sophomore year. Soon, he’ll be adding a new country — China — to his passport. Gantt, the all-time scoring leader in FAU history, was drafted... Read more »

Incoming freshman Traveis Graham no longer with FAU Basketball

Incoming freshman Traveis Graham no longer with FAU Basketball

Wesley Wright, Sports Editor
July 25, 2014
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

The only holdover recruit from the former head coach Mike Jarvis's regime, Traevis Graham, has announced that he is looking for a new school to play basketball. Graham originally signed with FAU in November and Jarvis — the man he signed to play under — resigned last February following a 10-22... Read more »

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 »