College of Central Florida baseball pitcher Josh Harper was named the 2018 FCSAA Bill Tuten Scholar Athlete of the Year at the annual FCSAA State Baseball Tournament awards banquet in Lakeland. The prestigious award is given annually to the most outstanding baseball player in the state that exemplifies the highest character and performance in the classroom, in the community and on the field.
The College of Central Florida softball team cruised past St. Petersburg College in the first round of the 2018 FCSAA/NJCAA Region 8 State Softball Tournament on Thursday evening in Longwood, Fla. The Patriots will now face NJCAA No. 2 Chipola on Friday at 7 p.m. in the semifinals.
The College of Central Florida baseball team has punched its ticket to the 2018 FCSAA State Baseball Tournament after sweeping Lake-Sumter State College in straight games in the Mid-Florida Conference best-of-three playoff on Saturday and Sunday.
The College of Central Florida softball team is headed to the FCSAA State Softball Tournament for the fifth straight year under head coach Kevin Fagan. The 2018 tournament will be hosted at Boombah Soldiers Creek Park in Longwood, Fla. May 3-6.
Former CF men's basketball standout Ricardo Ratliffe became the first foreign-born basketball player to be honored with Korean citizenship on Thursday in Seoul. Ratliff was added to the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup roster after he passed an interview with the Ministry of Justice earlier in the week.
The College of Central Florida baseball team continues to rake, hitting five more home runs in the 13-3 run-rule of Florida State College at Jacksonville on Monday afternoon at Goodlett Field. CF now in sole possession of second place at 16-5 in the Mid-Florida Conference, one game ahead of St. John's River State College with three games to play.
The College of Central Florida baseball bats are red hot as the Patriots run-ruled Seminole State College 10-0 (5 innings) on Saturday afternoon in Sanford. CF improves to 15-5 in conference with four games to go and now sits alone in second place after Lake-Sumter State College defeated St. Johns River State College on Saturday.
The College of Central Florida softball team closed out conference play with a 9-0 (5 innings), 9-1 sweep of Santa Fe College on Saturday in Gainesville. CF finished first in the conference with a 22-2 record.
The College of Central Florida baseball team blasted a program single-game record seven home runs en rout to 11-6 win over Daytona State College on Friday afternoon at Goodlett Field. The Patriots now improve to 14-5 in the Mid-Florida conference, tied for second with St. John's River State College.
OCALA-- The College of Central Florida baseball team completed the sweep of Lake-Sumter State College, defeating the LakeHawks 8-4 in game three of the three-game series in Leesburg on Wednesday afternoon. CF is now 25-12-1 overall and is tied for second in the Mid-Florida Conference with St. John's River State College with six conference games to go.
The College of Central Florida baseball team picked up its 12th conference win with a 4-1 win over Lake-Sumter State College on a rainy Monday afternoon in Ocala. CF is now 24-12-1 on the season, 12-5 in conference.
The College of Central Florida softball team continues to roll in conference, sweeping Daytona State College 3-2, 7-1 on Sunday afternoon at the CF Softball Complex. The Patriots are now 45-9 overall and 18-2 in conference, sitting in first place in the the Mid-Florida Conference with four conference games to go.
he College of Central Florida softball team recorded back-to-back, five-inning run rules to defeat St. John's River State College 9-1, 11-0 on Thursday night in Palatka. With the win, CF is now 13-1 in conference and winners of eight straight.
The College of Central Florida baseball team plated eight runs in the top of the first inning and never looked back as the Patriots run-ruled St. John's River State College 20-6 (7 innings) on Wednesday night in Palatka. With the win, the Patriots are now 20-11-1 overall and 9-5 in conference.
The College of Central Florida softball team swept Santa Fe College 7-3, 1-0 on Tuesday afternoon at CF Softball Complex. With the win, the Patriots are now 11-1 in the Mid-Florida Conference, sitting in first place one game ahead of Seminole State College.