• Zykira Lewis: Player of the Week

    UCF sophomore Zykira Lewis was selected as the American Athletic Conference’s women’s basketball Player of the Week on Monday. Lewis, who was once recognized as the Rookie of the Week in 2013, is the first Knight to garner the recognition since UCF joined the league last year. The Bartow, Fla., was bestowed the honor after […]

  • NCAA Tournament: Women's Soccer Advances

    In the days leading up to UCF’s first round NCAA Tournament matchup against Georgia, the women’s soccer team was asked repeatedly about redemption and revenge. The Knights (17-4-0) had dropped a 1-0 regular season matchup to the Bulldogs in Athens. But prior to Saturday night’s 2-1 win, UCF head coach Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak asked the […]

  • Football: UCF 31, Tulsa 7

    The UCF football team locked up bowl eligibility for the third-straight year and remained in the hunt for the American Athletic Conference championship with its 31-7 win over Tulsa on Friday night in the program’s 50th game at Bright House Networks Stadium. Sophomore quarterback Justin Holman led his team to a season-best night of 506 […]

More Headlines

  • Friday Football: What You Need to Know

    UCF will host the University of Tulsa at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14, in a Military Appreciation Night game that will be nationally televised on ESPN2. Active-duty military personnel, veterans and first responders are eligible for free tickets to the game. Please see the tickets section below for details. What Classes Will Be in Session […]

  • White Men Dominate College Leadership Positions

    According to a recent study released by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES) at the University of Central Florida, key leadership positions at Football Bowl Subdivisions (FBS) schools are dominated by white males. The Fall 2014 report found that 74.6 percent of university presidents, 77.6 percent of athletic directors, and 100 percent […]

  • Women's Soccer: 8 All-conference Awards, League Best

    On the eve of its American Athletic Conference semifinal matchup, the UCF women’s soccer team pulled in a major haul of the league’s highest honors Thursday. For the second year in a row, Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak was named the American’s Coach of the Year. Senior Tatiana Coleman shared Offensive Player of the Year honors with […]

Watch Video

More »

UCF50: Promised Land

UCF Celebrates its 50th Anniversary.