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Tag Archives: SSC

Palm Wins SSC Individual Championship; Women’s Cross Country Takes Second Overall

  Nova Southeastern women’s cross country runner Alexandria Palm (Jr., Winnebago, Ill.) won the Sunshine State Conference’s Individual Championship on Saturday, Oct. 20 at the UCF Cross Country Complex. The Sharks claimed second place overall at the event. Palm became the first runner in NSU history to win the individual…


Women’s Basketball Ranked Second in SSC Preseason Poll

The Sunshine State Conference released its women’s basketball preseason poll on Oct. 10, which ranked Nova Southeastern as No. 2 in the conference standings. Rollins tops the preseason women’s basketball poll coming off the first NCAA Division-II semifinal appearance by a Sunshine State Conference women’s basketball team. NSU collected 165…


NSU Respresented at Sunshine State Conference in Orlando

NSU sent two representatives from SAAC to the Sunshine State Conference in Orlando, Fl. The primary topic of discussion at this year’s conference was the future of the SAAC committees. The weekend was spent focusing on how to work in a conference-style setting, sharing ideas, and listening to personal opinions…


Women’s Soccer Picked to Finish Sixth in SSC

On Wednesday, Aug. 15, the Sunshine State Conference office announced that the Nova Southeastern women’s soccer team was picked to finish sixth in the preseason poll. The Sharks, who finished sixth in the conference a season ago, have a lot of new players this season. Thirteen freshmen joined the team…


NSU Men’s Soccer Picked Eighth in SSC Preseason Poll

Nova Southeastern men’s soccer was recently ranked eighth by conference coaches and sports information directors in the 2012 Sunshine State Conference preseason poll. After a disappointing 2011 campaign, the Sharks received 41 points in the poll and missed the SSC Tournament for the first time since joining the conference. NSU…


Volleyball Tabbed Eighth in SSC Preseason Poll

On Wednesday, Aug. 15, the Sunshine State Conference released the 2012 volleyball preseason poll in which Nova Southeastern was ranked eighth by the conference’s coaches and sports information directors. Tampa, which was a NCAA Final Four team last season, picked up 192 points to garner the top spot. The Sharks…


SSC Basketball Championships to be Hosted at Kissimmee’s Silver Spurs Arena in 2013

The Sunshine State Conference, in partnership with the Central Florida Sports Commission and the Kissimmee Convention & Visitors Bureau, has announced that the 2013 Sunshine State Conference Basketball Championships will be held at the Silver Spurs Arena at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, Fl. The event is scheduled to take…


102 Sharks Named to SSC Spring Honor Roll

A total of 102 Nova Southeastern student-athletes have been named to the Sunshine State Conference Spring Honor Roll, as announced by the conference office on Thursday, Jun. 21. In order to qualify for the Commissioner’s Spring Honor Roll, a student-athlete must post a minimum semester grade point average of 3.20…


No. 1 Men’s Golf Sweeps Top SSC Honors

The Nova Southeastern men’s golf team swept the 2012 All-Sunshine State Conference awards, capturing the top honors, as announced by the conference office on May 1. A total of 12 student-athletes have been named to the All-SSC Men’s Golf Team. A sophomore from Leatherhead, England, Benjamin Taylor was selected as…


NSU’s Varsity Four Picks up First SSC Boat of the Week Honor

The Nova Southeastern varsity four boat has been selected as the Sunshine State Conference Boat of the Week for Apr. 23, as announced by the conference office on Monday, Apr. 23. The Sharks won the SIRA Women’s Varsity Four Open category with a time of 7:31.7. Racing against five other…


DeMuth Nabs Third SSC Pitcher of the Week Award

Nova Southeastern pitcher Sara DeMuth (Sr., Plant City, Fla,) has been recognized for the third time this season as the Sunshine State Conference Pitcher of the Week, as announced by the conference office on Monday, Apr. 16. DeMuth picked up each win in the Sharks’ SSC sweep at Lynn. Working…


Black Earns SSC Swimmer of the Year Honors; 12 Others Selected to All-SSC Teams

Erin Black (Jr., Fort Myers, Fla.), a member of the Nova Southeastern women’s swimming and diving team has been selected as the Sunshine State Conference Women’s Swimmer of the Year, as announced by the conference office on Mar. 28. A total of seven women and six men were selected to…


38 Student-Athletes Named to SSC Fall Commissioner’s Honor Roll

A total of 38 Nova Southeastern student-athletes were named to the Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the Fall 2011 semester, announced Thursday by Commissioner Jay Jones. To be eligible for the Commissioner’s Fall Honor Roll, a student-athlete must post a minimum grade point average of 3.20 on a…


Graham Garners SSC and AVCA All-Region Honors

Junior Danielle Graham (Cincinnati, Ohio) added another honor to her successful 2011 season. Graham, already an All-SSC Second-Team selection, garnered American Volleyball Coaches Association South Region Honorable Mention recognition, as announced by the AVCA Tuesday. Graham is the first Shark to be selected for an AVCA South Region honor since…