Field conditions don’t stop PHSC women’s softball team

Bobcats played a doubleheader against Ava Maria University, a team from National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, Saturday, February 2nd on their West Campus home field in New Port Richey.

Even though the rain created a soaked and muddy field, the Bobcats coaches and players poured the sand, raked the infield and made it happen.

The game resulted in Ava Maria dominating the women’s home field, Ava Maria 7 PHSC 4 and Ava Maria 6- PHSC 2, however, the Bobcats still control their division.

Bears shred Shark fins

BIG UPSET Friday night January 25, 2019, at the Bears Den. Central's Boys Basketball team shred the fins off Sharks winning streak. From the start of the game, the court was hot. Both teams came to battle tonight. Nature Coast swarmed the court to protect their winning streak, but the Bears came out of their den hungry. Nature Coast Shark junior #21 6' 5" Orien Adams and Centrals Bear junior #10 6'+ Rashaad Boyce started off the game.

Boys Soccer 2019: Districts Decided

The final week of the regular soccer season can always bring out some ‘do or die’ games and that was certainly the case at the Shark Tank this week when Pasco and Nature Coast faced off against each other. The winner would walk away with the number 1 seed and a bye in the first round.

It was Nature Coast who struck first with Vinny Stulec finding the back of the net with his left foot from close range after 34 minutes. It would stay that way into half time with the Sharks looking like they would be the number 1 team at the end of the season.

Bobcats gain momentum with first win against Florida Gateway College

PHSC and Florida Gateway College are the only two colleges that are in their division status (Region 8, Division II).  The advantage of this is that the players can build up fundamental techniques and push their game experience from playing higher division teams

Bobcats have three more games against Florida Gateway College and the team that acquires the most wins will host the tournament game on February 16th.  The winner of that game goes to North Carolina for Regionals.

For PHSC Baseball- reunion game is family reunion

Saturday, January 12, 2019-  Pasco Hernando State College (PHSC) held their annual Alumni baseball game at the West Campus in New Port Richey. This yearly event brings past players back to their home field for the opportunity to step on the clay one more time.

“The main thing is to get the Alumni back on campus,” PHSC Athletic Director Stephen Winterling said. “There’s nothing like going back-reliving the good times they had… it’s just a good reunion.”

Saint Leo Looking to Bring Football to University

On Thursday, Jan 10 and Friday, Jan 11, Saint Leo University held a series of focus groups to begin the process of bringing a football program back to the school. This is the latest step by University President Jeffrey Senese to grow Saint Leo’s attendance. These focus groups are not a guarantee that the school will bring a football program, but are more set as a groundwork to test the feasibility of re-fielding a team.