Zach McCambley hasn’t been pitching at the Double-A level of Minor League Baseball for very long, but he’s quickly adapted to life in the Southern League.
He is still seeking his first win, which he’ll try to get tonight against the Montgomery Biscuits, but the Pensacola Blue Wahoos pitcher has shown promise, especially after striking out six in a six-inning outing against Chattanooga last week.
Navarre alum Nick Brahms has established himself as one of the top offensive linemen in the Southeastern Conference over the past three years.
He’ll enter the 2021 season at Auburn as a preseason All-SEC selection.
To say Devin Wright doesn’t have much down time is an understatement.
If he’s not on the football field for a summer workout with his Navarre Raider teammates, he’s at a camp developing his skill set or on a college visit as he prepares for his academic and athletic future.
Rain falls on a July morning off Navarre Beach. Not exactly ideal conditions for beach volleyball.
Luckily, Maggie Kisiel doesn’t have to worry about playing. She’s just here to talk about her experience in the game.
Bo Hering is already motivated about the upcoming college football season.
For starters, he’s a senior at Maryville College.
Auburn quarterback Bo Nix has an endorsement deal with Milo’s. Fresno State twin basketball stars Haley and Hanna Cavinder are endorsing Boost Mobile. LSU volleyball player Lexi Sun has her own clothing line.
Those scratch the surface of the opportunities college athletes are cashing in on with the NCAA allowing them to profit off name, image and likeness.
Michael Sandle’s dream of playing pro baseball came true Monday afternoon.
The University of South Alabama outfielder was taken by the Houston Astros in the 10th round of the 2021 Major League Baseball Draft.
Day after day for nearly three weeks now, Navarre has only had itself to compete against.
That all changed on a sunny and humid Thursday morning as the Raiders squared off against Escambia in a 7-on-7 competition on their own practice field.
On a Friday morning inside Pensacola State’s Hartsell Arena, Navarre’s boys basketball team is in the midst of a tight battle with Washington during a summer hoops tournament at Pensacola State.
The fact that the Raiders are back on the court for live action in the summer for the first time since 2019 is a huge deal. The opportunity was taken away last summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The college football season has yet to begin, and already, University of West Florida quarterback Austin Reed is getting recognition.
Reed has been named one of the top 20 signal callers in NCAA Division II by the College Football Network.
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