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Coach Dooley and Goodwin earn postseason recognition

FGCU men’s basketball player Brandon Goodwin has been named to the NABC District 3 First Team along with coach Joe Dooley, who has been selected as the District 3 Coach of the Year. District 3 includes all players and coaches from the ASUN and Big South conferences, and was voted on by coaches of the NABC. Goodwin is the fourth player in program history to receive All-District First Team honors. Marc-Eddy Norelia earned this honor during the 2016 season. Dooley is the first coach in program history to be named an All-District Coach. “Brandon had one of the best,...

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Preview: Men’s golf at FAU Slomin Autism Championship

After competing in the Cape Fear National Intercollegiate in North Carolina, the FGCU men’s golf team will take part in the FAU Slomin Autism Championship at the Foundations Country Club in Lake Worth, Florida. This three-day tournament hosted by the Owls will begin with the first round Friday, March 24. The second and final day will then follow the next two days, Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26. Last season when the Eagles competed in this tournament, the team had all five team members shoot between 72 and 74 en route to a final-round 293 and an 864...

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Preview: Baseball vs. Jackson State

The FGCU baseball team is set to host Jackson State in a three-game series at Swanson Stadium. The first game will be on Friday, March 24 beginning at 6:30 p.m.The next game will take place on Saturday, March 25 at 2 p.m. The final game will be Sunday, March 26 at 1 p.m. The Tigers come into this record with an overall record of 14-8, with an away record of 4-2. This matchup will be the first time in program history that these teams will meet. Next, the Eagles will host Miami Wednesday, March 29 with play beginning at...

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FGCU women’s golf places second at MSU Citrus Classic

The FGCU women’s golf team finished second out of a field of 14 teams at the MSU’s Citrus Classic with a season-best team score of 901. The Eagles were led by Madeline Marck-Sherk, who scored a career-low score of 71. After two strong days of play with scores of 300 and 304, FGCU ended play on day three with a score of 297 to finish off the tournament. Finishing with a score of 37-over, the Eagles were able to stay ahead of Western Kentucky, Texas A&M and Morehead State, which finished third, fourth and fifth. However, the Eagles weren’t...

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Preview: Women’s tennis at Stetson

The FGCU women’s tennis team will go on the road after a five-game home stand to Deland to face Stetson Thursday, March 23. This will be the start of conference play for FGCU. The Eagles recently hosted their past five matches and went 4-1, with its only loss being against  No. 18 Duke. Stetson comes into this match up with an overall record of 3-10, suffering seven of those losses at home. The Hatters started its season with a seven-game lose streak before winning its first match against Oakland. These two teams met twice last season, with the Eagles...

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Preview: Beach volleyball vs. Webber International

The FGCU beach volleyball team will host Webber International in their second meeting of the season. The game will take place Wednesday, March 22 at 4 p.m. at Estero Community Park. The Eagles won the first match 3-2 at Babson Park, Florida on Friday, March 10. Before meeting earlier this season, the teams competed at Estero Community Park with the game going to five sets and the Eagles taking it 4-1. Next, the Eagles will go on the road for the next nine matches, with their first match against FAU on Monday, March 27 at 4...

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FGCU beach volleyball finishes 3-1 at Tiger Beach Challenge

The FGCU beach volleyball team was undefeated going into day two of the Tiger Beach Challenge, but suffered a 0-5 loss against South Carolina, ending the two-day tournament 3-1. On day one, the Eagles went undefeated with a 5-0 win over UAB and a 3-2 win against Houston Baptist. To begin day two, FGCU took a 3-2 win over Spring Hill College but suffered from their only loss to the Gamecocks, 0-5. In the matches against UAB and Houston Baptist, the No. 1 pairing of Mackenzie Allen and Amanda Carroll took three-set wins in both of their matches. At...

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Preview: Beach volleyball at Tiger Beach Challenge

The FGCU beach volleyball team will travel to Baton Rouge to take part in the Tiger Beach Challenge hosted by LSU. Play will be Saturday, March 18 and Sunday, March 19. Play for the Eagles will begin Saturday at 1 p.m. against the University of Alabama at Birmingham  followed immediately after with a game against Houston Baptist University at 3 p.m. FGCU will wrap up play on Sunday first with Spring Hill College at 9 a.m. and South Carolina at 1 p.m. Next, FGCU will host Webber International Wednesday, March 22 at 4...

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Preview: Women’s tennis vs. George Washington

The FGCU women’s tennis team will host George Washington University on Saturday, March 18 with play beginning at 10 a.m. George Washington University is coming into this matchup with an overall record of 7-4. The Colonials have recently won six of their last seven games It’s been almost seven years since these teams last met during the 2010-2011 season with FGCU winning 4-3 at home. Next, the Eagles will go on the road to take on Stetson in Deland, Thursday, March...

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Places to watch the FGCU men’s basketball first round NCAA game

If you were unable to make it to Orlando to watch the FGCU men’s basketball team in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against No. 3 FSU, there are several watch parties in the Southwest Florida area. Tonight’s matchup against the Seminoles will be aired live on TNT at 9:20 p.m. Here are five places to watch the Eagles tonight. GameTime Fort Myers Gulf Coast Town Center, 10037 Gulf Center Dr., Fort Myers, FL 33913 GameTime will have special FGCU inspired #DrinkSpecials like the Screaming Eagle, Eagle Eye and Sharpshooter from only $5.99. At 7:00 p.m.,  they are...

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