Eight Panthers from the FIU women’s Track and Field team qualified for this year’s NCAA East Regionals set to take place on Thursday, May 24 at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.
Greg Ellingson has found his way back to the National Football League.
It should come as no surprise that the final regular-season game of FIU was cancelled because of rain. In a twisted way, it is a metaphor for a season where all expectations were washed away from day one.
The FIU volleyball squad will have four new faces added to the roster in what is newly hired head coach Trevor Theroulde’s first recruiting class. Lucia Castro, Maryna Samoday, Kimberly Smith and Brittany Spencer will don the blue and gold this fall after signing National Letters of Intent.
With the Sun Belt Conference Championship underway, FIU started off on the right foot, beating Troy 4-1 in the opening round on Wednesday, May 9 in FAU Stadium.
The athletic fee committee voted to pass the proposed 54-cent increase bringing the total from $15.56 to $16.10 per credit hour, pending the approval of the Board of Trustees.
On May 5, FIU closed the regular season on a high note beating FAU 2-0 on Senior night. With the win, the Panthers not only won the series but now enter the Sun Belt Tournament with a ton of momentum.
Florida International University will be one of five teams that will joining Conference USA in 2013 along with University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Louisiana Tech University, University of North Texas and University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).
With the new bundle of screaming fans and great marketing, it’s hard to have not heard of the latest young adult book series making its way onto the big screen this year.
Despite struggling to put opponents away as of late, FIU (5-12) managed to cash in on their second Sun Belt victory of the season. The Panthers downed in-state rival, Florida Atlantic, 5-2 on March 20.