UCF Earns ‘A’ for Inclusive Hiring Practices of Women’s Coaches

UCF Earns ‘A’ for Inclusive Hiring Practices of Women’s Coaches

UCF was the only school to earn an ‘A’ for racial and gender hiring practices for women’s teams’ head coaches in a new report released today. The study was produced by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES) at UCF, the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport at the […]

Father's Day Tip of the Cap to UCF Alumnus, Longtime MLB Radio Announcer

UCF alumnus Vince Cotroneo ‘83 has experienced some memorable moments during the past 25 years of his career as a radio broadcaster for Major League Baseball. His first opening day in 1991 with the Houston Astros. His first postseason game in 1997. His first inside-the-park home run call during the 2006 playoffs. Yet, it was […]

Is it Time to Level the Playing Field for College Athletes?

I love college sports. I’ve got the Knights, Yellow Jackets, Tar Heels, Hoyas, Maroon Tigers – you name it. If I can catch a game, I will. My brother-in-law, who’s from New England, recently schooled me about lacrosse, so now on top of college football, basketball, baseball and volleyball, I’m hooked on that, too. And […]

UCF Baseball Returns to NCAA Regionals

For the first time since 2012, the No. 22 UCF baseball team will be heading to an NCAA Regional tournament. The Knights will be the No. 2 seed in the Tallahassee Regional along with No. 3 seed Auburn, No. 4 seed Tennessee Tech., and host No. 1 seed Florida State. First-year head coach Greg Lovelady […]