The College of Central Florida volleyball matches against Santa Fe College (Sept. 12) and St. Petersburg College (Sept. 14) have been postponed due to Hurricane Irma. Make up dates are to be determined.
The College of Central Florida men’s basketball team received a generous donation from Cone Distributing through their fundraising efforts for the 2017 Wayne Childers Memorial Big Sun Scramble, a yearly golf fundraiser benefiting the CF men’s basketball scholarship program.
The College of Central Florida gymnasium is receiving a facelift prior to the upcoming 2017-18 athletic year, with new gym floors being laid to counter the Florida rain showers that left it damaged in the offseason.
The College of Central Florida softball team had two more sophomores sign with NCAA institutions to continue their college softball careers, bringing the total to six in the 2017 class moving on to four-year institutions.
College of Central Florida baseball player Nate Pearson was drafted 28th overall by the Toronto Blue Jays Monday night in the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft. Pearson is the highest draft pick to ever come out of CF.
College of Central Florida baseball player Nate Pearson was named the Rawlings JUCO Pitcher of the Year on Monday by Perfect Game. The sophomore righthander was just project at No. 13 in the latest Baseball America Mock Draft.
College of Central Florida baseball righthander Nate Pearson was just named one of 25 semifinalists for the prestigious USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award on Wednesday afternoon. Pearson is the only junior college nominee and is the first-ever CF player to be up for the prestigious award.
It was a great night of celebration at the 2017 CF Athletic Awards Banquet as we recognized many student-athletes for their achievements on and off the athletic courts and fields during the 2016-17 athletic year.
Sophomore centerfielder Kelsee Cullop delivers a walk-off grounder in the bottom of the ninth inning to lead CF past Northwest Florida State College in an elimination match up to keep CF’s state tournament hopes alive.
The College of Central Florida softball team closed out the 2017 regular season over the weekend, splitting a doubleheader with Southern Conference Champions Indian River State College 7-8, 12-1. The Patriots now turn their attention to the upcoming FCSAA State Softball tournament.