2013 - 2014 Record 14-19-1
Start of Next Season:
August 25th, 2014
Tickets will be $5 per game or $25 for a weekend pass!
Support your Icebulls and Maddi Goss!
We will have the following 8 teams participating in our 2010 tournament:
1. University of South Florida
2. Florida Atlantic University
3. Tulane University
4. Florida Gulf Coast University
1. University of Central Florida
2. University of Tennessee
3. Life University
4. Embry Riddle University
FRIDAY ON PEPSI RINK
6:00pm - 8:15pm – FAU vs. USF
8:30pm -10:45pm – Tulane vs. FCGU
FRIDAY ON HERALD RINK
6:30pm -8:45pm – LIFE vs. UCF
9pm -11:15pm – Embry Riddle vs. TENN
SATURDAY ON PEPSI RINK
9:00am -11:15am – TENN vs. LIFE
11:30am -1:45pm – UCF vs. Embry Riddle
7:00pm -9:15pm – TENN vs. UCF
9:30pm -11:45pm – Embry Riddle vs. LIFE
SATURDAY ON HERALD RINK
8:00am -10:15am – FCGU vs. FAU
10:30am -12:45pm – USF vs. Tulane
6:15pm -8:30pm – FCGU vs USF
8:45pm -11:00pm – Tulane vs FAU
SUNDAY ON HERALD RINK
10:00am -12:15pm - Championship Game
The UCF Knights defeated the Icebulls in Orlando, Florida last night 5-2. Coming into tonight's game, UCF was ranked #1 in the region. The game started with a questionable penalty call against the Icebulls. It only got worse from there. The team racked up 15 penalty minutes in the first period alone. The frustrated Icebulls managed to escape the first period down only 1-0.
Late in the second period, Aly Dhanani shot the puck off the crossbar and in. This would have made the game 3-2, but the goal was called back. Fitting to the way the calls went that night against the Icebulls, the officials did not see it go in and did not allow the goal.
All in all, it wasn't a bad performance against the #1 ranked team considering the obstacles set in front of them. The Icebulls look to bounce back Saturday night as they face the Knights at home at the Ice Sports Forum in Brandon at 9pm. Be sure to come out and support your Icebulls!
The Icebulls came back from Georgia after winning the Greg Stathis Memorial Tournament after beating the University of Georgia 3-0 Sunday morning. They ended the weekend with a 2-1 record. Saturday afternoon's 5-4 loss to Clemson was a close hard-fought game. USF was able to bounce back the next day and win the tournament by beating Georgia. Overall, this was a strong performance by the Icebulls as they look to push back into the top 10. They take on the UCF knights in two weeks on Friday and Saturday.
The Icebulls are currently in Augusta, Georgia participating in The Greg Stathis Holiday Tournament this weekend. Check it out!