Sports Shorts


Men’s Soccer
The Sharks won 2-1 on Oct. 26 against the Saint
Leo Lions. Both goals were shot in the first half by Faycal
Oulahbib, who doubled his number of goals during
the game. Oulahbib is a senior this year and will soon
be finished with his NSU career. The Sharks’ victory
kicked Saint Leo out of the Sunshine State Conference
Tournament race.

The Sharks lost 4-2 Oct. 28 against Florida National.
Down 4-0 in the second half, the Sharks pulled together to
score twice, but it wasn’t enough to win. Prior to the start of
the game, NSU honored its six seniors: Michael Rosario,
Caue Rodrigues, Jose Giron, Faycal Oulahbib, Viktor
Johnson and Santiago Camacho. Despite the loss, the
Sharks were the first team to score multiple times against
Florida National since Eastern Florida State on Sep. 4. The
Sharks’ final record is 4-11 and 2-7 in conference.

Women’s Soccer
The women’s soccer team lost on Oct. 25 to Saint Leo
2-0. The game was tied until the second half, when the
Lions scored twice. This is only the Sharks’ second loss
this season, and their first since Sep. 9.

After the Oct. 25 loss to Saint Leo, NSU’s women’s
soccer returned to the win column with a 3-1 victory over
Lynn on Oct. 28. After the Knights tied the game in the first
half, the Sharks stepped up and took the lead they held
the rest of the game. All three goals for the Sharks were
shot by Hannah Christophe, giving her 10 for the season.
Christophe is the first freshman player in 10 years to reach
double digits in scores for NSU. The Sharks’ overall record
is 11-2-3 and 6-1-2 in the Sunshine State Conference

Women’s Volleyball
NSU fell to Lynn 3-1 on Oct. 25. Tashalyn Begon led
with 15 kills and Denver Tyler-Palmer came in second with
10 kills. After a 25-20 loss in the first set, the Sharks won
the second but couldn’t hold the momentum. After this
game, the Sharks are 11-11 overall and 3-6 in conference

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