Monday, October 16, 2017

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Video | Scott Frost Ready for Sold-out Crowd for Conference Opener Against Memphis

The University of Central Florida is coming off its first win over a Power Five team since the 2013 season. Now, the Knights prepare for perhaps their strongest conference opponent of the year.

Gallery | OCB Win Late Behind Lewis Neal Goal

Orlando City B nabbed three crucial points to make a case for their playoff berth in a win over the Charleston Battery.

Gallery | Pride Draw with Portland for 1st Non-loss Against Thorns

The Orlando Pride drew with the Portland Thorns to help solidify their first-ever playoff spot in the National Women's Soccer League in just their second season of existence.

Video | For Scott Frost, Big Ten Matchup with Maryland Is ‘Just Another Game’

University of Central Florida head coach Scott Frost and his team are preparing for one of their toughest games of the 2017 schedule and their first road game following two weeks off because of Hurricane Irma.

Gallery | Knights Score 12 Goals in Friendly with Eastern Florida State

The UCF Knights hadn't played a competitive match in about two weeks because of Hurricane Irma. They got back to their winning ways with a friendly blowout against the EFSC Titans.

Gallery | Orlando Pride Draw Late with Seattle

The Orlando Pride were mere minutes away from clinching the team's first-ever playoff berth, but the Seattle Reign had other ideas.

Gallery | Richmond Shut Out OCB to End Unbeaten Streak

Orlando City B fell to the Richmond Kickers on two late, first-half goals.

Gallery: Knights Defeat Panthers in Blowout Fashion in Season-opener

Behind four touchdowns by McKenzie Milton, the University of Central Florida blew out the FIU Panthers in both teams' season-openers at Spectrum Stadium.

Gallery: Knights Fans Tailgate Before Blowout of FIU

The University of Central Florida blew out Florida International University in its season-opener at Spectrum Stadium.

Gallery: Rachel Hill Leads Pride to Victory Over Boston

The Orlando Pride got off to a hot start behind Rachel Hill's 16-minute brace and didn't look back, as they beat the Boston Breakers.