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NCAA athletes subject to long practice hours

NCAA athletes subject to long practice hours

February 27, 2015

Coaches will do anything to gain an advantage, even if that means breaking a rule and leaving their athletes with little time...

Weekly Web Gallery: Slam Poetry, Baseball, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, David McCollough, Atlantic Shuttle

Weekly Web Gallery: Slam Poetry, Baseball, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, David McCollough, Atlantic Shuttle

February 23, 2015

Max Jackson| Photo Editor The Atlantic Shuttle.   Tim Murphy | Contributing Photographer McCullough let everyone know he was enjoying the weather consid...

Gallery:  FAU Women’s Basketball loses to MTSU

Gallery: FAU Women’s Basketball loses to MTSU

January 11, 2015

Max Jackson | Photo Editor Forward Kat Wright (13) practices her layup before FAU takes on MTSU Saturday night, Jan 10.   Max ...

A Leader In the Making

A Leader In the Making

November 20, 2014

Before Kelvin Penn became a leader for the FAU Basketball program, the 21-year-old senior matured thanks to a year of military...

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

June 9, 2014

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 over a red watch and 94-s...

Owls lose first Conference USA game 84-64 to Louisiana Tech

Rodolphe Ganthier

January 11, 2014

The start of the Conference USA era for Florida Atlantic was a tough one. The Owls (4-11) lost to Louisiana Tech (12-3), who came in a 17 point favorite. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 12-4 lead, forcing FAU head coach Mike Jarvis to call a quick timeout. The move paid off, as Jarvis was able to settle his team - the Owls answered with an 8-0 run of their ...

Owls suffer close loss to Boston College, despite career high from Bertone

Rodolphe Ganthier

November 21, 2013

  Boston College (1-3) squeaked out a very close win over FAU (1-3) during a tight game in which the Owls gave a very encouraging effort. True freshman point guard Marquan Botley made his first start of the year and former walk-on Richard Morrow, a shooting guard, replaced Jackson Trapp in the starting lineup. The changes paid divid...

FAU releases 2013-2014 basketball schedule, includes trips to Duke and Maryland

Mohamed Abdihakim

July 9, 2013

FAU’s basketball program released its 2013-2014 regular season schedule, a docket that includes both familiar foes (FIU, Middle Tennessee State, North Texas) and collegiate basketball heavyweights (Duke, Maryland). Following a pair of warm up games at The Burrow to open the season, FAU will step into one of the most frenzied arenas in the NCAA, Camden Indoor Stadium, for a clash with the Blue Devils, the school of ...

Stefan Moody leaves FAU due to academic issues

Mohamed Abdihakim

July 2, 2013

Stefan Moody is one and done with the Owls. The soon-to-be sophomore guard has left FAU and transferred to Kilgore College, a community college in Texas, due to academic struggles. Kilgore Assistant Coach Joe Reagan confirmed the news on Twitter. "Would love to welcome Stefan Moody to our team he is a D1 transfer from FAU,” Reagan tweeted. The...

Basketball Season Gives Students a Timeout From School

January 21, 2009

With football season gone, crazed sports fans need something to meet their fancy for the spring. In comes basketball season. With ferocious slam dunks, buzzer-beating 3-pointers, and fast-paced action for 40 minutes, the hoops season has something for everybody — until we can watch Rusty Smith and the rest of the football team score more touc...