2015 News Archive

News - 7/23/2015

UAM golf coach wins ASGA title

Heather Wall only saw the 18th green at the Hot Springs Country Club’s Park course once last week—and never after an 18-hole opening round. In a match-play format, that’s pretty good.


News - 7/22/2015

Brothers take first in seven events at 2015 Florida State Championships

Cole and Noah McCormick put on quite a show earlier this month. The brothers from Dundee walked away winners in seven of their eight events in the 2015 Florida State Championships in Palm Beach. Cole, 19, skis on the team at Florida Southern, and is ranked No. 2 nationally in ...


News - 7/22/2015

Florida Southern Announces Lacrosse Recruiting Class for 2016

Florida Southern men's lacrosse head coach Marty Ward has announced his latest recruiting class as the Moccasins get ready for the start of the 2015-16 school year. A total of 23 new student-athletes have been added to the roster as Ward enters into his sixth season at the...


News - 7/17/2015

12 SSC Teams, 63 Student-Athletes Receive 2015 ITA Academic Honors

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced its 2015 ITA All-Academic Teams and Scholar-Athletes on Thursday, July 16th. Ten ITA All-Academic Teams, seven women’s and six men’s squad, and 63 ITA Scholar-Athletes represent the Sunshine State Conference.


News - 7/10/2015

Summer String Orchestra Camp a Hit!

After a short hiatus, the all-new FSC Summer String Orchestra Camp returned with great fanfare and success, attracting fifty-one campers to participate this summer at Florida Southern College. Dr. Kira Omelchenko, director of orchestra and strings at Florida Southern Coll...


News - 7/9/2015

Frank Lloyd Wright's Florida house fights to become museum

It is easy to miss Spring House, the only private home in Florida built by the colossus American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The modest-sized, boat-shaped house is nestled in a wooded lot in north Tallahassee and nearly hidden from view thanks to all the oak trees and lush p...


News - 7/9/2015

13 Unexpected College Majors That Can Lead To Incredible Careers [Citrus Science]

Are you a lemon lover? Do you believe an orange a day keeps the doctor away? The Citrus and Horticultural Science major will make an expert out of you, offering courses like Citrus Grove Management and Citrus Pest and Disease Management.


News - 7/9/2015

FSC Honored As A College Of Distinction For Ninth Year

For the ninth consecutive year, Florida Southern College has been selected for inclusion in Colleges of Distinction for the 2015-2016 school year. FSC is one of a small group of colleges in Florida to earn this prestigious designation, based on its excellence in four categorie...


News - 7/7/2015

Jones Crosses Threshold With Amateur Victory

Jimmy Jones' come-from-behind victory in the Florida State Amateur Championship 10 days ago helped the Tampa native clear a major hurdle. Jones came back from a three-down, three-to-go deficit in the Florida Amateur to defeat Cristobal Del Solar of Tallahassee on the secon...


News - 6/29/2015

Lecture on Frank Lloyd Wright's life and works

Timothy Totten, who has studied world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright for almost 25 years, will present a lecture at 12:30 p.m. July 8 at the Appleton Museum of Art, 4333 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala.