Archive for the ‘Other Sports’ Category

Orlando City Handles Colorado 2-0 at Home, Continues Playoff Push

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    Orlando, Fla. — After an impressive first half, both Kaká and Cyle Larin scored in the second to give Orlando City (6-6-5) the win against the Colorado Rapids (2-5-9) at the Citrus Bowl. Both goals were standard and within regulation, no set pieces, penalties, or extra time. This win put Orlando City (23 […]

2015 FIVB Smart St. Pete Grand Slam Shines

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  The 2015 FIVB Smart St. Pete Grand Slam came to the Spa Beach area and for the second time this year, St. Petersburg showed its beauty on an international stage. Sixty-four teams representing eighteen countries from around the globe competed for a prize purse of $800,000, and a chance to solidify their spots representing […]

USF’s Correa Wins Mexican Amateur Title

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  TAMPA, FLA.  – USF rising sophomore golfer Claudio Correa captured the 2015 Mexican Amateur Championship played June 11-14 in Merida, Mexico. Correa, who captured the nation’s attention leading the Bulls to a top eight finish at the NCAA Championships, continued to make headlines on the world stage when he posted a 10-stroke victory in the Mexican Amateur. […]

Orlando City Upsets DC United

The reigning goalkeeper of the year,  DC United's Bill Hamid goes up high to make a save (photo Will Ogburn)

Orlando, FLA. – When the final time was called, it was all over but the punditry. DC United (8-5-4) had fallen to Orlando City (5-5-5) 1-0 in the Citrus Bowl. This meant that Orlando City had beaten the top team in the Eastern Conference, and now stood in 3rd place themselves. DC United, a solid […]

AUDIO: Olympic Volleyball Qualifying in St. Pete

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An interview with Tim Ramberger of Pelican Sports about the positive impact of a huge International Volleyball Competition coming to St. Pete…

Orlando City Draws Shorthanded Crew

(photo Will Ogburn)

  ORLANDO, FLA. – Orlando City’s offense had plenty of chances, but in the end managed a draw against the Columbus Crew at the Citrus Bowl. The Crew played shorthanded for the majority of the match, and Orlando City dominated both possession and field position.   In the end a lack of execution inside the […]

Moros Named USF Head Women’s Tennis Coach

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  TAMPA, FLA.– The University of South Florida has named Cristina Moros as head coach of the women’s tennis program, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Mark Harlan announced today. A member of the University of Texas’ 1995 NCAA Championship team, Moros returns to the state of Florida after having previously served as Academy and Private Coach […]

PHOTOS: MLS Orlando City draw with Revoultion

KAKA makes his move (photo WILL OGBURN)

  “We’ll get a lot of confidence from this”, said Coach Adrian Heath at the presser following Orlando City’s (2-4-3 9 pts) 2-2 tie against the New England Revolution (5-2-3 18 pts). The Lions offense exploded in the waning minutes, scoring both goals in the final 15 minutes of play.   The first half was […]

AUDIO: Jay Z Party in Vegas

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  Rick, the Hockey Hottie with special guest Sweet Melissa and Pete have some laughs discussing Jay Z, Josh Hamilton, Chris Brown,  Nikki Minaj and the Jay Z pre Mayweather / Paquiao fight party…

CARMONA WINS IN A SLAM-BANGING FIGHT AGAINST LOZANO FOR THE LATINO WBO

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    Arcadia, Fla.- – A battle of unparalleled resilience in a Mexican war in Arcadia, Florida the hometown of Super Flyweight Daniel “El Alacran” Lozano (13-2, 10 KO’s) meets Mexico’s David Carmona (19-2, 8 KO’s) in-front packed venue at the Turner Agri-Civic Center presented by All Star Boxing, Inc. Boxeo Telemundo Ford Series. The […]