Storm Chasers: Conference USA rules discourage fan invasion

Storm Chasers: Conference USA rules discourage fan invasion

Ryan Lynch, Contributing Writer
April 16, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Florida International then-senior guard Phil Gary held the ball at the free throw line, his team holding a 72-71 lead over Florida Atlantic. If he hit both his free throws, FAU’s only shot to continue the game would be to hit a late 3-pointer. Gary missed both shots,... Read more »

FAU Swimming & Diving considering other conferences

FAU Swimming & Diving considering other conferences

Emily Creighton, Features Editor
April 15, 2015
Filed under News, Swimming, Top Stories

n light of the recent controversy surrounding the Western Kentucky University Swimming and Diving Team,... Read more »

Owls move into tie for C-USA lead after taking two of three games against FIU

Owls move into tie for C-USA lead after taking two of three games against FIU

Brendan Feeney, Contributing Writer
April 12, 2015
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Top Stories

he Florida Atlantic University Owls (28-8, 11-4 C-USA), the National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association’s No. 17 ranked team in the nation, hosted their in-state rival, Florida International University’s Golden Panthers (16-20, 7-8 C-USA)... Read more »

Gallery: Football Spring game

Gallery: Football Spring game

Mohammed F Emran, Idalis Streat, Jasmine Garvey, Jessica Wilkerson, and Sabrina Martinez
April 12, 2015
Filed under Football, Galleries, Top Stories

FAU Football held their 15th annual spring game, with Blue defeating Red 31-21. Story here.

Football: Blue victorious over Red 31-21 in annual spring game

Football: Blue victorious over Red 31-21 in annual spring game

Zakaria Sadik, Contributing Writer
April 12, 2015
Filed under Football, Sports, Top Stories

he Owls’ first-team offense led the blue team to a 31-21 victory in FAU’s 15th annual Red vs Blue spring game Saturday. The game started off quickly, as rising junior backup quarterback Greg Hankerson ran 65... Read more »

Opinion: Five things FAU football must fix to win

Opinion: Five things FAU football must fix to win

Ryan Lynch, Contributing Writer
April 9, 2015
Filed under Football, Opinion, Top Stories

ny person that watched Florida Atlantic football last season knew the team showed signs of both promise and stagnation under first year head coach Charlie Partridge, stumbling their way to a 3-9 season and leaving many fans with more questions than... Read more »

Gallery: Baseball falls in extra innings to University of Miami

Gallery: Baseball falls in extra innings to University of Miami

Michelle Friswell, Associate Editor
April 9, 2015
Filed under Baseball, Galleries, Top Stories

A Day in the Life of Greg “Buddy” Howell

A Day in the Life of Greg “Buddy” Howell

Ryan Lynch, Josue Simplice, and Max Jackson
April 7, 2015
Filed under Football, Sports, Top Stories

Student-athletes are generally larger-than-life personas on campus, who often can be seen standing out in their FAU attire in many shapes and sizes. Many are labeled with the stereotype that they are just an athlete and that they are just here to play sports, not to get... Read more »

Baseball: Owls record fifth straight win with weekend sweep of Marshall

Baseball: Owls record fifth straight win with weekend sweep of Marshall

Brendan Feeney, Contributing Writer
April 6, 2015
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Top Stories

oming off a victory over the number six ranked UCF Knights on Wednesday night, the Florida Atlantic University Owls (26-6, 9-3 C-USA), who are the number 22 team in the nation according the National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association’s poll,... Read more »

FAU guards D’Andre Johnson and Maceo Baston to transfer

FAU guards D’Andre Johnson and Maceo Baston to transfer

Josue Simplice, Sports Editor
April 5, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

ources close to the FAU basketball program have announced that the team will be without sophomore guard D’Andre Johnson and freshman guard Maceo Baston. Both intend to transfer, but neither has mentioned the schools that they are considering. ... Read more »

FAU Hosts Pro Day for Graduating Football Seniors

FAU Hosts Pro Day for Graduating Football Seniors

Ryan Lynch, Staff Writer
April 4, 2015
Filed under Football, Sports, Top Stories

or the 16 senior football players that are leaving FAU completely after the spring, tryouts,... Read more »

Head football coach Partridge pranks students in April Fool’s Day video

Head football coach Partridge pranks students in April Fool’s Day video

Ryan Lynch, Staff Writer
April 2, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

pril Fools’ Day is a time for jokes and pranks for many people, from websites posting faux news to an abundance of Saran-wrapped doors and rooms filled with packing peanuts. For head football coach Charlie Partridge,... Read more »