Argonauts enjoying in-season success, preseason recognition


Sophomore Sarah Carrion was the top finisher for the UWF women’s cross country team at the Watson Ford Invitational in Jackson, Mississippi on Friday, Oct. 9. The meet was the final regular-season contest for both the men’s and women’s teams. which will travel to Danville, Alabama on Saturday, Oct. 24, for the GSC championships.
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The University of West Florida volleyball team maintained form, Argonauts soccer teams shut out Shorter University, Caleb Carmichael’s runners tackled Choctaw Trails, women’s basketball reaped recognition and football prepares for its Blue Wahoos Stadium debut.

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UWF Volleyball followed its statement win against formerly undefeated Valdosta State University with two Gulf South Conference road wins in Alabama.

Head coach Melissa Wolter’s team has won 12 consecutive sets, following their opening-set loss to Valdosta State University.  UWF defeated the University of Alabama in Huntsville 3-0 (25-23, 25-21, 25-18), on Friday, Oct. 9, in Huntsville and travelled to Florence, Alabama the next day and trounced the University of North Alabama 3-0 (25-14, 25-19, 25-16), as well.

The Argos are 17-2 overall and 10-0 within conference (

The team’s momentum has generated interest.  UWF home-game attendance has more than doubled road-game attendance, 2877-1026, according to UWF Athletic Communications.

UWF travels to Carrolton, Georgia to compete in the 21-team South Region Crossover, hosted by the University of West Georgia on Oct. 16-17.

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Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams defeated Shorter University, 1-0 and 2-0, respectively, at home on Sunday, Oct. 4.

The men won on Jorge Chirinos’ first goal of the season. Freshman Sofie Broch-Lips, of Aarhus, Denmark and senior Amber Pennybaker, of Indianapolis, scored for the women. Kaley Ward assisted on both goals.

The men are now 7-2 overall, 2-2 in the GSC. The women are 7-3 overall and 3-2 within conference.

Both teams play at home on Sunday, Oct. 11.  The women face the University of North Alabama, at 12:30 p.m. The men follow with a nonconference matchup against Concordia College at 3 p.m. The teams will travel to the University of Alabama in Huntsville on Friday, Oct. 16, to continue GSC play. Birds of a feather

The men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Jackson, Mississippi and fared well as they completed their regular season with third and fourth-place finishes, respectively.

Top finisher for the men, at Mississippi College’s Choctaw Trails, was junior Nick Merrett, who finished 17th. Merrett led a pack of five Argo male runners that claimed spots 17-21 in the Watson Ford Invitational, according to a UWF Athletic Communications’ press release.

The senior-less women were paced by sophomore Sarah Carrion and freshman Renee Cox who finished 12th and 18th, respectively.

The next meet for both teams is Saturday, Oct. 24, at the GSC championships in Danville, Alabama.

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The Women’s Division II Bulletin’s preseason poll ranked UWF 24th. The Argos were the sole GSC representative.

In addition, two UWF women’s basketball players were selected to the GSC preseason all-conference team– the only team with multiple selections. Sophomore forward Toni Brewer and senior guard Jasmine Wigfall were first-team choices, and GSC coaches tabbed UWF guards Alex Coyne, a junior, and freshman Katie O’Neal among the conference’s top newcomers.

The team begins practice Thursday, Oct. 15, according to a UWF Athletic Communications’ press release.

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The football team will make its Blue Wahoos Stadium debut Saturday, Oct. 17, at 11 a.m.

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