The Panthers took part in the Mt. SAC Relays, the Cal State LA Twilight Open in Los Angeles and the Beach Invitational in Long Beach. During their trip, the Panthers finished in the top three while recording two school records.
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The Panthers’ work isn’t done though. They still need to compete in the first ever CCSA Conference Tournament from Friday, April 22, to Sunday, April 24.
Hines said that he tells his cheerleaders to “always be one step better than the day before,” and it’s safe to say FIU Cheerleading is many steps better than it was before.
Consistency issues seem to be arising for the FIU softball team at the wrong time of the season, as rival FAU came into Felsberg Field this past weekend and won all three games against the Panthers.
Head Coach Ron Turner, going into his fourth year, and his coaching staff has to figure out who’s going to replace their long time starters on defense.
While FIU is still batting .310 as a team, their pitching has only gotten worse since the start of the season with a current team ERA of 4.69. They’re dropping in the C-USA standings and fast.
For Toghyani, this win placed her at the top of the FIU beach volleyball record books. She surpassed Maryna Samoday for most individual wins, 63, in program history.
Students should demand that FIU create a sense of sports culture and tradition on campus. It’s not like FIU hasn’t had their fair share of memorable moments – they just choose not to remember them.
Saturday’s win over the Knights improved the Panthers’ away record to a perfect 8-0. The Panthers improved to 4-2 when losing the doubles point and remain undefeated when winning the first point.
The Panthers finished their short, four game road-trip at the University of Texas at San Antonio, winning two out of the three games against the Roadrunners of UTSA