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Florida Gulf Coast Eagles

The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles (also FGCU) refer to the fifteen sports teams representing Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida in intercollegiate athletics, including men and women's basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, and tennis; women's-only softball, swimming and diving, indoor volleyball, and sand volleyball; and men's-only baseball. The Eagles compete in the NCAA Division I and are members of the Atlantic Sun Conference. FGCU athletics began in the NAIA. In 2002, Florida Gulf Coast became an independent member of NCAA Division II. In 2006, Florida Gulf Coast applied for NCAA Division I status and became a transitory Division I effective in the 2007–08 season. Florida...

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Schedules

Past 10 meetings

W 90% L 10%
9 1
  • Owls @ Eagles 63-80 W
  • Eagles @ Lions 74-63 W
  • Eagles @ Osprey 72-50 W
  • Eagles @ Hatters 89-47 W
  • Lady Flames @ Eagles 57-64 W
  • Lady Bisons @ Eagles 56-82 W
  • Blue Devils @ Eagles 56-78 W
  • Eagles @ Owls 93-67 W
  • Tigers @ Eagles 74-63 L
  • Lady Blue Devils @ Eagles 60-94 W

Next meetings

  • New Jersey Tech(03-08-19) 45 - 58
  • @Liberty(02-09-19) 65 - 64
  • @Jacksonville(03-02-19) 68 - 62
  • North Florida(01-27-19) 48 - 80
  • Stetson(03-05-19) 42 - 61
  • @Lipscomb(02-19-19) 80 - 46
  • @Kennesaw St.(01-19-19) 69 - 46
  • @New Jersey Tech(01-29-19) 67 - 35
  • North Alabama(02-05-19) 51 - 76
  • Jacksonville(02-02-19) 58 - 82

Offense 2019-2020

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Defense 2019-2020

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Stadium

Alico Arena
Fort Myers, Florida, USA.
Capacity: 4,000