Rattlers come up short in NCAA Regional to end season Sports

Rattlers come up short in NCAA Regional to end season

June 20, 2019

Special to the Outlook ATLANTA, Ga. – FAMU out hit the Chanticleers 13-11. It just wasn’t enough, though.  The Rattlers (27-34)  fell Coastal Carolina (36-25-1) 9-4 in front of 1,947 at Russ Chandler Stadium.  The Rattlers four runs scored and 13 hits were the most in program history in an NCAA

Grady, Salvatore lead FSU to Super Regionals Feature

Grady, Salvatore lead FSU to Super Regionals

June 20, 2019

  Special to the Outlook Behind Regional MVP Mike Salvatore’s two hits, including his 22nd double of the season, FSU pounded Georgia’s pitchers to the tune of 10 hits and drew seven walks, while the Bulldogs normally strong defense committed a season-high three errors. FSU pounded the Bulldogs 10-1 Sunday to

Amazing Rattlers look to make noise in NCAA tournament Sports

Amazing Rattlers look to make noise in NCAA tournament

June 20, 2019

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Coming back to win four straight games to win the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Championship is amazing enough just thinking that FAMU’s  baseball team will be playing in the NCAA regional tournament. It’s even more mind-boggling thinking that this is the same team that

Taggart talks QBs, DEs, GPAs Sports

Taggart talks QBs, DEs, GPAs

June 20, 2019

  By Tim Linafelt Senior writer/Semimonles.com AMELIA ISLAND – The quarterback bus has stopped in Tallahassee. So said Florida State’s Willie Taggart recently, following a lengthy session with his fellow head coaches at the ACC spring meetings. Taggart confirmed that graduate transfer Alex Hornibrook (Wisconsin) and Western Michigan transfer Wyatt Rector

Printiss, Wiederkehr impress TCC track coach at nationals Sports

Printiss, Wiederkehr impress TCC track coach at nationals

June 20, 2019

    Special to the Outlook HOBBS, N.M. – Tallahassee Community College’s running program achieved another milestone recently when Genevieve Printiss and Mia Wiederkehr ran in the NJCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The event was held at the Ross Black Field of Champions on the campus of New Mexico Junior College.

Wildcats rally to end FAMU’s quest for MEAC softball title Sports

Wildcats rally to end FAMU’s quest for MEAC softball title

June 20, 2019

  Special to the Outlook ORMOND BEACH – Championship Saturday at the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Softball Tournament saw Bethune-Cookman go from one out away from suffering a no-hit loss in the first game to being one hit away from winning the championship via the run-rule. Welcome to the 2019 softball season

Recovering Forrest ‘ready to rock’ Sports

Recovering Forrest ‘ready to rock’

June 20, 2019

Special to the Outlook Trent Forrest gave himself one week. One week to reflect, one week to rest and, yes, one week to wonder about what might have been. But a week removed from Florida State’s loss to Gonzaga in the Sweet 16, Forrest was ready to move forward. “I’m

Coburn named permanent athletic director at FSU

June 20, 2019

Special to the Outlook President John Thrasher announced last Friday he has appointed David Coburn the position fulltime athletics director at Florida State University effective immediately. Coburn has held the post of interim athletics director since last August when Thrasher appointed him to replace outgoing director Stan Wilcox. In his

FAMU law school names new interim dean Sports

FAMU law school names new interim dean

June 20, 2019

By The Florida Courier/NNPA Newswire ORLANDO – A 15-year-veteran of Florida A&M University College of Law has been named interim dean of the Orlando campus. Nicola Boothe Perry, associate dean for academic affairs, will serve as interim dean while a nationwide search continues for a permanent dean. Since 2017, professor

TCC runners to make historic start at national meet

June 20, 2019

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer With only a handful of races left in the season, Gary Droze never doubted that his runners have the ability to qualify for the NJCAA national championships. Never mind that the Tallahassee Community College team that he coaches is only in its third