Sticky post

Nest Newcomers (21-22): Carlos Rosario

For the 2nd of 6 installments in our Nest Newcomers series, we will be getting to know Carlos Rosario; a 6’8″/220 lb forward, joining the Eagles from McNeese State. Be sure to catch up on any installments and podcasts you may have missed via the links below! As last season ended and the off-season began, players graduated or transferred and FGCU was left with a … Continue reading Nest Newcomers (21-22): Carlos Rosario

Sticky post

PREVIEW: FGCU Opens ASUN Tournament Against Lipscomb

After a strange regular season surounded by promise, frustration, and confusion, FGCU Men’s Basketball finds itself in a familiar situation against Lipscomb. Last year, the Eagles were booted by the Bisons in the opening round of the tournament. Lipscomb was the clear 2nd best team in the conference and FGCU played them extremely tough. Ultimately, the Bisons won on the back of star player, Ahsan … Continue reading PREVIEW: FGCU Opens ASUN Tournament Against Lipscomb

Sticky post

5 Fast Fact: FGCU Wins Big in Game 1 over UNA

In the first game of the series versus UNA, FGCU played maybe their best game of the season in an 86-60 victory. Based on record and inconsistent play since conference season began, the Eagles were the underdogs but once again showed how good they can be when they execute to the level of their ability. Below we will go over 5 Fast Facts from game … Continue reading 5 Fast Fact: FGCU Wins Big in Game 1 over UNA

5 Eagles Things following FGCU’s Split with Stetson (1/29-30)

Since beginning ASUN play, there is much to unpack at this point. FGCU currently sits at 7-6 overall and 2-4 in conference play. After an anomalous series against Bellarmine, the Eagles have split series with talented Lipscomb ad Stetson teams. Next up, they will be trying to steal a couple games from a surprising UNA team. Below, we go over 5 Eagles things after last … Continue reading 5 Eagles Things following FGCU’s Split with Stetson (1/29-30)

PREVIEW: FGCU Hosts Stetson a Week Ahead of Schedule (1/29 – 1/30/21)

In a reshuffling of games, FGCU will play their back-to-back home bouts with Stetson a week early. In theory, this was done to potentially accommodate teams (like FGCU) that need to make up missed games. The Eagles (6-5, 1-3) are coming off of a series split with Lipscomb that saw them handily win the first game, and fall off a cliff at the end of … Continue reading PREVIEW: FGCU Hosts Stetson a Week Ahead of Schedule (1/29 – 1/30/21)