Florida Tech Panthers Sports Roundup
By Florida Tech // September 10, 2014
Men’s Soccer Plays Palm Beach Atlantic to a 2-2 Draw
MEN’S SOCCER — The Florida Tech Panthers hit the road for the second of four consecutive games away from Melbourne Tuesday night, as the squad took on Palm Beach Atlantic.
“Palm Beach Atlantic is a good side,” head coach Robin Chan said.
“It was a good battle and test for us. We are disappointed that we gave away the lead twice, especially the second time. We just need to learn quickly and keep working.”
The Panthers were first on the scoreboard. In the 10th minute, freshman Josh Thomas had a shot go off the crossbar, and sophomore Adin Kavara was there to put the rebound into the back of the net. For Kavara, it was his fifth goal of the season, and the fourth assist of the year for Thomas.
Registration Open for Panther Tennis Academy Sessions
TENNIS — Florida Tech head coach Bill Macom and assistant coach Ken Obermeier will offer instructional sessions as part of the Panther Tennis Academy.
The sessions are geared towards junior tennis and adult tennis players and are held on Mondays and Wednesdays. For the junior beginner level, lessons are scheduled on those two days from 3:45-4:45 p.m. Intermediate and advanced lessons are from 5-6 p.m.
Adult tennis lessons will be held in three sessions from 6-7 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Session one is from Sept. 8-Oct. 1, session two will run Oct. 6-29 and session three is from Nov. 3-19. The cost to attend sessions one and two are $88 each. Session three is $66. The cost to attend all three is $199. A daily session rate is also available for $15.
Macom and Obermeier are also offering hourly individual lessons for $60 per hour.
Both are certified, experienced and dedicated teachers, who have developed and trained some of the top ranked juniors, collegiate players and ATP and WTA professionals.