Volleyball [3-1, 0-0]
Sept. 10-11 at Colorado Premier.
Meghan Sherman on traveling to Colorado: “Denver is a great trip for team bonding, it is a chance to see new competition.”
This is the second year Tampa has attended the Colorado Premier Tournament. Last year the Spartans ended the tournament with a 3-1 record losing only to Concordia University.
W. Soccer [2-0, 0-0]
Sept. 10 vs. Warner [1-1] at 7 p.m.
Samantha Kay on Warner: “We are looking forward to our first home game this Friday night vs. Warner. We hope to get another win and shut out and improve as a team.”
Coach Gerry Lucey on Warner: “We displayed a lot of energy, drive and composure in Georgia and hope to maintain those levels and gradually increase as we head into the games against Warner and Queens this weekend.”
Luana Miessa leads the Spartans with two goals on the year.
Men’s Soccer [1-1,0-0]
Sept. 10 at Johnson & Wales [0-3] at 7 p.m.
Alex Knaggs and Ryan Griffin lead UT with 1 goal each so far in 2010.
Johnson & Wales have lost their three matchups by a combined score 0-27 to opponents Northwood, Stetson and Savannah College of Art and Design.
After a first place finish by both the men’s and women’s cross country at the UT Early Bird Classic, the Spartans runners will travel to Melbourne, Fla. for the Florida Tech Invite.
The meet will will take place at 7:30 a.m. on Sept. 11.
Tony Nicolosi was named SSC Player of the Week after his performance at the Early Bird Classic.