Football: LB Plummer Named to Walter Camp Award Watch List

Football: LB Plummer Named to Walter Camp Award Watch List

The 15th and final National College Football Awards Association watch list was released Friday, with the Walter Camp Football Foundation announcing UCF linebacker Terrance Plummer was on its watch list for the 2014 Player of the Year. There were 50 players selected to this year’s list including five linebackers. The Walter Camp Award is the […]

  • Football: LB Plummer Adds Bednarik Award Watch List

    UCF senior linebacker Terrance Plummer added another preseason accolade to his collection as the Orange Park native was selected to the 20th annual Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List, the Maxwell Football Club announced Monday. The Bednarik Award has been presented to the College Defensive Player of the Year since 1995, and is named after former […]

  • Basketball: UT Transfer A.J. Davis Signs

    The UCF men’s basketball program has signed Tennessee transfer A.J. Davis (Buford, Ga.) to join the Knights, head coach Donnie Jones announced on Thursday. Davis is a 6-foot-9, 212 pound wing, who can play multiple positions on the floor. The Buford, Ga., native played one season at the University of Tennessee under head coach Cuonzo […]

  • Rooney and Skoglund Named Baseball's Best Coach and Pitcher

    UCF baseball’s Eric Skoglund was named The American Pitcher of the Year, Head Coach Terry Rooney earned Coach of the Year honors, and a program-record seven Knights received first and second team all-conference accolades on Tuesday, as announced by the American Athletic Conference office. Skoglund, who was a unanimous choice to the All-AAC First Team, […]


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  • Knights Finish Second at Inaugural Conference Rowing Championships

    The UCF rowing team finished as runners-up at the inaugural American Athletic Conference Rowing Championship Sunday on Lake Mercer. In addition to the second-place finish, four Knights were honored with all-conference honors. The University of Louisville claimed the title, sweeping all six grand finals. The Cardinals totaled 158 points and earn an NCAA Championship berth. […]

  • Football: Knights in Nation's Top 5 for Academic Success

    UCF football’s Academic Progress Rate rose yet again as official numbers were released by the NCAA Wednesday, proving that the Knights are not only succeeding on the field but in the classroom as well. When head coach George O’Leary took over the program for the 2004 campaign, UCF’s APR stood at 880. That changed immediately, […]

  • Back-to-back Titles for UCF Rugby

    Central Florida won its second-straight DI-AA National Championship Sunday, trouncing Arizona 64-13 at Steuber Rugby Stadium in Palo Alto, Calif. The Knights and Wildcats traded barbs early on, but the Knights proved to big to deal with. First blood was drawn 13 minutes in when Arizona’s Kyle Rogers slotted a penalty following an infringement from […]

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