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Baseball: Owls win 7-1 on key grand slam

Andrew Ivins

August 30, 2011

It hadn't happened to Florida Atlantic baseball in over a year, but Sunday afternoon it lead to a key victory. With the regular season winding down and the Owls chasing conference leader Troy, the men in white and blue uniforms had an opportunity to close out a weekend series against the nationally...

Hudak emerges as a top player in first year at FAU

Jackson Wolek

August 30, 2011

Alex Hudak, FAU's left fielder, is having one of his most remarkable performances in his collegiate career in his first year as an Owl. Hitting .394, he has the second-best average in the Sun Belt Conference, a conference that was ranked fifth best in the nation just a year ago. With Dan Scheffler...

The Silent, Deadly Assassin

Zack Duarte

August 30, 2011

Lightning illuminates the Saturday night sky and both dugouts are left watching as the clock resets to a thirty minute countdown for play to resume. The Owls will have to wait to put the finishing touches on their victory over UALR until Sunday, as play is suspended due to the passing storm. After...

Owls’ Davis and Church selected in Day 2 of 2011 MLB Draft

Zack Duarte

August 7, 2011

Tuesday night marked Day 2 of the MLB Draft and FAU had two of its players selected by teams throughout the event. Starting pitcher Paul Davis was chosen by the San Francisco Giants in the 17th round and infielder Raymond Church was selected in the 26th round by the in-state Tampa Bay Rays. Davis,...

Wire gone wrong

Wire gone wrong

August 7, 2011

Police reported that a FAU football player and his friend stole 400 pounds of copper wire from a scrap yard on Sat., June 11. When the scrap yard was empty, redshirt freshmen Cortez Ash and his friend, Donovan Roberts, 21, of Vero Beach, entered, loaded copper wire onto pull dollies and successfully removed nearly $1300 wor...