11th Hour: Week of 11/09

Giving you what you missed and what's coming up this week in Owl Athletics.

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11th Hour: Week of 11/09

FAU wide receiver Henry Bussey (1) runs back a kickoff for 13 yards to the FAU 20. The ensuing drive started from the FAU 35 because of a WKU unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.  Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

FAU wide receiver Henry Bussey (1) runs back a kickoff for 13 yards to the FAU 20. The ensuing drive started from the FAU 35 because of a WKU unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

FAU wide receiver Henry Bussey (1) runs back a kickoff for 13 yards to the FAU 20. The ensuing drive started from the FAU 35 because of a WKU unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

FAU wide receiver Henry Bussey (1) runs back a kickoff for 13 yards to the FAU 20. The ensuing drive started from the FAU 35 because of a WKU unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

Ryan Lynch, Sports Editor

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Scores from this week:

Football (2-7, 2-4 C-USA):
Saturday Nov. 7 at Western Kentucky (L, 35-19)
Game recap here, gallery here

Men’s Soccer (2-12-2, 1-7 C-USA):
Friday Oct. 6 at New Mexico (L, 3-0)

Women’s Soccer (12-8-1, 6-3-1 C-USA):
Wednesday Nov. 4 vs. Old Dominion (L, 2-1)

Indoor Volleyball (16-10, 8-6 C-USA):
Friday, Nov. 6 vs. North Texas, (W, 3-2)
Sunday, Nov. 8 vs. #24 Western Kentucky, (L, 3-0)

Reflections and Notes:

Volleyball:
Volleyball qualified for their third straight Conference USA tournament with their weekend results. With two games left before the conference tournament, the Owls currently sit in sixth place in the C-USA standings.

Women’s Soccer:
Senior midfielder Claire Emslie set the program record for goals scored with her 29th career score during last Wednesday’s 2-1 loss to Old Dominion. The tally broke a tie between her and Kelly McGrath, who held the record previously with 28.

With their loss to ODU in the conference tournament, women’s soccer completes their best season in C-USA so far with a 12-8-1 record.

Redshirt junior goalkeeper Sydney Drinkwater had her 603-minute scoreless streak broken during the 21st minute of the Owls’ 2-1 loss to the Monarchs. She had recorded six shutouts in her previous six matches, including five wins.

Football:
Football tied a program record Saturday with six fourth down conversions. They were 6-for-7 on the day, including a 22-yard fake punt rush by freshman running back Trey Rodriguez.

Senior defensive back Cre’von LeBlanc picked up his fourth interception of the year last Saturday moving him into a tie for 16th place in the FBS. He leads all players in Conference USA in that category.

Upcoming Games:

Football:
Saturday, Nov. 14 vs. MTSU, noon
TV: American Sports Network
Radio: ESPN West Palm 106.3

Indoor Volleyball:
Thursday, Nov. 12 at Charlotte, 6 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 14 at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m.

Women’s Basketball:
Friday, Nov. 13 vs. Akron, 7 p.m. (season opener)

Men’s Basketball:
Friday, Nov. 13 at Michigan State, 7 p.m. (season opener)
TV: ESPN3.com
Radio: ESPN West Palm 106.3

Swimming and Diving:
Friday, Nov. 13 at Indian River (dual meet in Fort Pierce, Fla.), 3 p.m.

Cross Country:
Friday, Nov 13, NCAA South Regional Championship (Tuscaloosa, Ala.), 9 a.m.

Photo of the week:

Sophomore forward Sasha Cedeno takes a jumpshot versus Barry on Nov. 7. Mohammed Emran | Asst. Creative Director

Sophomore forward Sasha Cedeno takes a jumpshot versus Barry on Nov. 7. Mohammed Emran | Asst. Creative Director

Ryan Lynch is the sports editor of the University Press. For tips regarding this or other articles, he can be contacted at [email protected] or on Twitter.