By Jenna Smith/Asst. Sports Director Head coach Rita Buck-Crockett is on the verge of potentially transforming the state of the women’s volleyball program….
By Jenna Smith/Asst. Sports Director The Panthers prepare to face the Charlotte 49ers on Friday, Oct. 26, at the Halton Arena in Charlotte,…
Jasmine Casimir // Asst. Sports Director Assistant Athletic Director and head volleyball and beach volleyball coach Rita Buck-Crockett, made history as she became the first…
“I saw fierceness and a lot of heart [today]. Yesterday, I saw a lot of fear, and that gets you nowhere,” said Head Coach Rita Buck-Crockett.
As good as Florida International University has been at home, the Roadrunners were too much to handle. The Panthers fell in four sets.
Even though the games were close and the Panthers hung around with the Eagles, the hitting miscues prevented the team from finishing the plays.
“I just told them that they are good and they just need to not be afraid to lose and they need to play to win.”
The schedule is out and every woman on the volleyball team should have only one game circled to make a statement, August 28.
Buck-Crockett and the rest of the coaching staff are staying positive and are confident that the Volleyball can compete, play hard, win the Conference USA Tournament and are here to stay.
FIU sand volleyball is in the middle of an impressive winning streak and fully prepped to crash the party which will be the largest collegiate sand competition for NCAA institutions in the country, the Fiesta on Siesta Key Tournament.