RECAP: FGCU Shows Improvement in 71-58 Loss to USC

In a game that most believed they had no business being in, FGCU fought with USC for the better part of 40 minutes. The Eagles jumped out to a 7-1 lead but that was quicky followed by a familiar run from the opposing team. Still, FGCU continued to battle through foul trouble and remained in the game until the final stretch. Even in a loss, … Continue reading RECAP: FGCU Shows Improvement in 71-58 Loss to USC

PREVIEW: Protege Meets Mentor as FGCU travels to USC – 12/29/19

FGCU travels to Southern California to take on the Trojans. USC is 10-2 (5-1 @ home) and riding a 4 game win streak. The Trojans have wins against South Dakota State and LSU. They did lose to Marquette 101-79. USC is a very experienced team with 5 seniors on the roster. However, most of their production comes from youth. This team also features 6 freshmen. … Continue reading PREVIEW: Protege Meets Mentor as FGCU travels to USC – 12/29/19

PREVIEW: FGCU Welcomes ST. Thomas to Alico Arena – 12/21

FGCU heads back to the nest for the first time in 2 weeks to face off against St. Thomas University. The Eagles are currently on a frustrating 6 game losing streak and desperately looking to get back in the win column. St. Thomas is 8-2 and a member of the NAIA. The Bobcats are very experienced with 6 seniors on the team. Below, we will … Continue reading PREVIEW: FGCU Welcomes ST. Thomas to Alico Arena – 12/21

PREVIEW: FGCU vs. Robert Morris – 12/7/19

Bad communication, slow rotation on defense, trouble against the press, turnovers, etc. Sound familiar? Actually, these are things that can be seen while watching Robert Morris play this season. The Colonials have had the same struggles as our Eagles this year and each team is desperately looking for a win. Robert Morris is 2-8 so far with only 1 win against a D-I opponent. Similarly, … Continue reading PREVIEW: FGCU vs. Robert Morris – 12/7/19

RECAP: FGCU Frustrated in Loss to Campbell

FGCU entered the game just one day after laying an egg against North Dakota. Campbell had sustained a 10 point loss the night prior as well, so both teams were looking for their first tournament win. The game started in typical fashion with Rainwater winning the tip-off (8-0 on the year). He then picked up where he left off by getting the first two points … Continue reading RECAP: FGCU Frustrated in Loss to Campbell