Hours before he found out he was chosen for vice president of Student Government Council at the Modesto Maidique Campus, senator Peter Hernandez was delivering a baby.
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By Steven Melendez/Staff Writer As the new season for the FIU Panthers basketball team gets closer, head coach Anthony Evans is looking to take…
By Lazaro Gaston/Contributing Writer After a disappointing 2016-2017 campaign, things are looking up for the FIU women’s basketball team, according to second year head…
Peter Holland, Jr. // Asst. Sports Director FIU’s three game winning streak came to an end on homecoming night after losing to Louisiana Tech University…
While they couldn’t get the sweep, there could be a great deal of positive momentum drawn from taking two games from this FAU team and it might be exactly what the Panthers need going forward to finish off the season.
The Panthers (17-3) lost to No. 45 Rice University in the championship match of the C-USA tournament, 4-1, on Sunday, April 24.
Although the Panthers came off two straight wins in pool play, they were given the upset of the season.
Fast-forward now to the present day, apply a bit of hindsight bias and you now have what seems like an impossible situation for Tiara Malcom, the new head coach for this FIU women’s basketball team.
Texeira and Belans avoided being swept by University of Alabama at Birmingham on Sunday, April 17, as they both provided home runs for the Panthers in the 11-3 win.
The Panthers’ 15-2 record is the best since 2009, when the team finished with a 20-9 overall record. The team’s .882 winning percentage is the second-best in school history, only trailing the 2000-2001 team’s .885 winning percentage.