UWF athletics weekly roundup

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Three University of West Florida student athletes were recognized this past week by the Gulf South Conference, the Argonauts volleyball team rolled and a nationally-ranked men’s doubles team gains entry into a national tournament.

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The UWF volleyball team continues to make an impact nationally.

The team was 2-0 for the week and extended its winning streak to 9 games.  The team is now ranked 21st in the NCAA’a American Volleyball Coaches Association national rankings.

In light of the Argonauts statistics and their difficulty of schedule, the ranking may be lower than warranted. The Argonauts have won 44 of 52 sets played this season. Their schedule has included matches against the nation’s fourth and fifth-ranked teams.

The Argos rank first in three of ten statistical categories recorded by the GSC: kills, blocks and fewest service aces allowed per set.  They rank second in five of the remaining categories.

Nationally, UWF ranks 12th in average kills per set, 13th in assists per set and 23rd in digs.

The Argos are ranked 2nd in the GSC, trailing only undefeated Valdosta State University. The two GSC powers meet Tuesday, Oct. 6, at the UWF Field House, at 7 p.m.

Gaining individual recognition this week from Melissa Wolter http://kimberlywheaton.com/?search=33-drugs-com-viagra-couponss team was junior Tori Martella, of Jacksonville. Martella was named GSC Defensive Player of the Week following her UWF record 34 digs against Shorter University.

The Argos’ second game of the week is against Alabama-Huntsville on Friday, Oct. 9, in Huntsville.

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Caleb Carmichael’s men’s team grabbed some GSC headlines this week and followed that with a strong showing at the Florida State University Invitational.

The GSC cross country homepage read, “West Florida swept this week’s GSC Runner of the Week honors”. Junior Tim Wrenger, of Inverness, Florida, was named GSC Men’s Runner of the Week, and Micah Kemp, a local product from Jay, was named GSC Men’s Freshmen Runner of the Week.

The men finished third in Tallahassee, among non-NCAA Division I teams, and the women seventh.

The Argonauts’ next race is the Watson Ford Invitational, on Friday, Oct. 9, which will be hosted at Mississippi College’s Choctaw Trails in Clinton, Mississippi. The event may bear additional importance for the Argonauts, who have never raced there. Earlier in the season Carmichael said that there is speculation that the course may be the site of future conference championships.

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UWF hosted the 2015 USTA/ITA South Region Championships, a four day event which concluded on Monday, Sept. 28.

Winning the men’s doubles title was the UWF team comprised of junior Alex Peyrot, of France, and senior Kenny Brasil free viagra 25mg , of Brazil. The duo were seeded second entering play.

Peyrot, seeded fifth in the singles draw, was the lone Argonaut to advance to the men’s singles quarterfinals, when he lost to the eventual winner.

For the women’s team, seniors Nina Bubelova, of Slovakia, and Katarina Dikosavljevic, of Australia, both unseeded, advanced to the round of 16 in the fourteen-team event. The two paired for the doubles competition and reached the quarterfinals.

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The men’s soccer team was 1-1 for the week. In Memphis, Tennessee, the Argonauts defeated Christian Brothers University, 4-1, Tuesday, Sept. 27.  It lost its next game against Lee University, 2-1, on Friday, Oct. 2, in Pensacola.

The Christian Brothers victory elevated the team to No. 15 in the national rankings. The squad is tied for 35th in the nation in scoring, at a clip of 2.29 goals per game.

Freshman Stephen Enderlin, of Little Rock, Arkansas, has scored five goals on 14 shots this season. Marteinn Urbancic, a junior from Reykjavik, Iceland, leads the team in shot percentage scoring three goals on eight attempts.  He has also accounted for two assists, which is tied for second on the team.

UWF head coach Bill Elliott follow s team is playing more aggressive in the second half of games this season.  It is shooting nearly 30 percent more shots following intermission. In addition, they have been called for 60 percent more fouls. The second period approach has resulted in a plus-6 margin of scoring, versus a plus-1 in opening periods.

The team’s next game, and sole game of the week, is Sunday, Oct. 4, at the UWF Soccer Complex.

The women footballers were 1-1 on the week, as well. The squad defeated CBU, 2-0, on the road, and lost to Lee, 1-0, at home. Their record is now 6-3.

Much of the offense is flowing through three Argonauts. Sophomore Daryl Bell, senior Amber Pennybaker  and junior Kaley Ward have accounted for 15 of UWF’s 20 goals. Ward leads the team with 7 goals, ahead of Bell who has 5. Bell leads the team with 4 assists.

To date, the Argonauts have been in attack mode. They are averaging 19.2 shots per game while holding their opponents to an average of 6.

The squad remains unranked nationally, 7th in the NCAA Division II south region and 7th in the Gulf South Conference.

Ward’s 7 goals ties her for 29th nationally among division II women, and Bell’s 4 assists is tied for 31st best in the nation.

Head coach Steve Bartlinski and his team next play at home, Sunday, Oct. 4, against Shorter University.