IThe start of conference play has come and gone, and after facing two top Sun Belt Conference opponents, FIU is at 3-1 record.
No matter the team or sport, nothing positive comes after losing five starters most of the time.
FIU men’s basketball new Head Coach Richard Pitino exudes confidence, with his slicked-back hair and piercing eyes, describing himself as hard-working.
FIU showed resilience to pull out a victory in overtime in the Sept. 8 Akron game that most people predicted the Panthers would easily win.
For the most part, the Panthers were kept in the game by their offensive performance that had to compensate for the 38 Akron points allowed on the defensive side of the ball.
We got a chance to chat a bit with Andy Zunz, Sports Editor of the Central Florida Future. He gave us some insights on what to expect from the Knights this weekend when FIU makes the trip up to Orlando.
As the Panthers returned home from Fort Collins, Colo. for the Rams Volleyball Classic without a win, first-year head coach Trevor Theroulde still saw several positive outcomes despite their abysmal 2-7 start.
Division I college football finally has a playoff.
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.
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.