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University of Central Florida Volleyball Earns First Conference Win of Season at Tulane University
September 25th, 2012 at 12:27 PM
Following a disappointing home showing against University of Texas - El Paso this past Friday, the University of Central Florida's volleyball team earned its first conference win of the season and first victory in seven games Sunday afternoon 3-1 on the road at Tulane University. Playing an otherwise even match with...

University of Central Florida Women’s Track and Field Star Octavious Freeman Earns College Athlete of the Year
September 23rd, 2012 at 4:21 PM
The University of Central Florida women's track and field program stole a piece of the Florida collegiate athletics spotlight Saturday evening, this as sprinter Octavious Freeman was named College Athlete of the Year at the second-annual SPORTYS award ceremony, held this year at Full Sail University. ***PHOTO1*** The event, hosted by the...

University of Central Florida Volleyball Falls to UTEP, but Meredith Murphy Sets Digs Record
September 21st, 2012 at 10:20 PM
The University of Central Florida volleyball program fell to UTEP in three-straight sets as the Knights played host to their first home contest in three weeks Friday night, but nevertheless left The Venue celebrating a historic moment as senior libero Meredith Murphy used 12 digs to break a school career record...

University of Central Florida Women’s Tennis Roster Comprised of 50% Newcomers
September 13th, 2012 at 11:40 AM
Bucking the norm for programs at the collegiate level, the 2012-13 University of Central Florida women's tennis team welcomes five newcomers, making 50% of this season's roster brand new to campus. Returning from last year's squad are seniors Jenna Doerfler and Genevieve Lorbergs and juniors Courtney Griffith, Josephine Haraldson and Cassie...

University of Central Florida Women’s Soccer Plays No. 6 Boston College to 2-2 Tie
September 12th, 2012 at 9:38 AM
The University of Central Florida women’s soccer program played No. 6 Boston College to an exhausting 2-2 tie in double overtime Sunday afternoon, and in doing so, marked the first time in three years that the Knights either tied or defeated a top-10 ranked squad. UCF, now 19-6-24 in overtime under...