TRAINING DAYS: Coast Guard protects waters

first_img RelatedShrimp trawler sinks after burning for two daysBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press A local shrimp trawler has sunk after burning for two days approximately 58 miles from shore. The Master D, sank to a depth of approximately 380 feet, Coast Guard officials said. Described as a 68-foot, “122 gross ton fishing vessel,” the Master D…September 7, 2018In “News”Woman dies in parasailing accidentBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press A San Antonio woman ­ died after falling to the water while parasailing near South Padre Island Saturday. She has been identified as 47-year-old Dawn Strickland. Strickland was found in the water by a boater who called the U.S. Coast Guard at just…August 17, 2015In “News”Missing swimmer’s body recovered on SPI  By Gaige Davila A body has been recovered on South Padre Island, after a person went missing after swimming with two others at a public beach access. ChristDeshaun Reddix, 26, from Austin, was found dead 2.5 miles north of Cameron County Beach Access 6 at around 11:00 a.m.,…July 30, 2020In “News” Share These action-packed scenes depict the extensive training of the United States Coast Guard in collaboration with the Beach Patrol and the South Padre Island Fire Department to sharpen skills. (Staff photos by Scarlet O’Rourke)By SCARLET O’ROURKEStaff WriterImagine a lovely day out in the water, the coast to the right, open ocean to the left, and another boat bearing straight ahead, colliding and sending people in all directions.In such a scenario, it would be good to know that there are people trained to handle such an emergency.On Wednesday, June 1, the US Coast Guard collaborated with the Beach Patrol and the South Padre Island Fire Department to train and sharpen the skills of all three departments of public service and protection.The Coast Guard sent out a 55 ft. vessel to set up the scenario.Five volunteers from the coast guard unit and life guards were set afloat near Isla Blanca Park, two closer to shore, three beyond the jetties.The boat was then positioned between the two sets of floaters and flairs were lit. A selection of crew members played the roles of injured passengers. An “emergency” call was sent and the coast guard and beach patrol set out to work.The people in the water were “rescued and triaged” first. Near shore, the Beach patrol came out on boards and jet skis to pick up the two floaters. Farther out, the Coast Guard sent a 33 ft. craft to pick up the other three role players.For more on this story, pick up a copy of the June 2 edition of the Port Isabel South Padre Press or check out our E-edition by clicking here.last_img read more

Officials revel in SpaceX groundbreaking; economic boon anticipated locally

first_img RelatedSPI bash exhibits local support for launch siteBy PAMELA CODY Special to the PRESS With the room packed with state and local politicians and officials, business and real estate representatives, and local residents, the ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn on South Padre Island was filled to capacity Monday evening for the celebration of the groundbreaking ceremony for…September 25, 2014In “News”PHOTO GALLERY: SpaceX – To the Future… And BeyondSeen are various images from festivities and events surrounding the ground breaking ceremony of SpaceX, the commercial launch site to be constructed at Boca Chica Beach in Brownsville. The impact of SpaceX is expected to benefit the surrounding communities, including the Laguna Madre and Harlingen-San Benito-Brownsville metropolitan areas. Pictured in…September 25, 2014In “Gallery”Physics students participate in ceremonySpecial to the PRESS BROWNSVILLE – Jose Martinez, 23, a master’s student in physics at The University of Texas at Brownsville, grew up in Brownsville and could not imagine the day the southernmost point in Texas could be transformed into another Space Coast. Martinez and other students from UTB’s Department…September 25, 2014In “News” (Staff photos by Jacob Lopez)Local, state and federal officials are seen breaking ground on the SpaceX launch site at Boca Chica Beach in Brownsville on Monday, Sept. 22. Among those shown are SpaceX CEO Elon Musk (third from left), State Senator Eddie Lucio Jr. (fourth from left), State Representatives Rene O. Oliveira (fifth from left) and Eddie Lucio III (far right).By JACOB LOPEZPort Isabel-South Padre PRESSeditor@portisabelsouthpadre.comBROWNSVILLE – Visitors to the Rio Grande Valley have long described the culture shock experienced at the border communities within as an out of this world experience. It’s a statement that can now be taken literally as Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) broke ground Monday, Sept. 22, for its future commercial launch facility on Boca Chica Beach in Brownsville.It’s a project hailed Valley-wide as a potential boon for local economies and job growth in South Texas communities – with officials from the Harlingen-San Benito-Brownsville metropolitan and Laguna Madre areas anticipating positive impacts in their respective cities.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Sharelast_img read more

Island restaurant closures continue

first_imgBy PAMELA CODYSpecial to the PRESSJanuary 29, 2015In October of 2013, the PRESS reported on the number of area restaurants on South Padre Island that had gone out of business, both in the previous year and over the last decade. That downward trend has continued, with more area restaurants closing their doors in 2014 and others struggling to stay afloat.Adding to the list, over the past year, South Padre Island has witnessed the demise of Nami, the Taco Factory, Scampi’s, Chef’s Mexican Food and Big Boys, though the latter is scheduled to re-open as a seafood restaurant in the same location and by the same owner. That restaurant —another enterprise from local restaurateur Al Salazar— will be called the Crab House on Sheepshead. However, Big Boys closed in October of 2014 and the space has been empty since then.The more serious underlying issue is the lack of new tenants taking the place of failed ones.  The closed sites mentioned in the PRESS — Blanca White’s, Amberjacks, Zeste, the Mutt Hutt and Tejas Brew Pub — still sit unoccupied, with some already in their second and third year of vacancy. Driving down Padre Boulevard today, empty, unattended buildings with for sale/lease signs have increased. The bayfront entertainment district is the most visible example. The appeal of the popular area lessened by large, empty waterfront properties sitting vacant. Waterfront locations such as these typically have successful restaurants, taking advantage of the panoramic ocean views and close proximity to Island entertainment venues like Louie’s, Laguna Bob and Tequila Sunset to help keep their businesses prospering. To date, not one new business has opened in any of those prime waterfront locations.Other area businesses are feeling the pinch, with relatively new restaurants like Yalla Habibi and U-Mix struggling to keep their doors open. On a recent Sunday afternoon, Javier Martinez, U-Mix employee, volunteered a comment on declining sales. “Yeah, it’s been really slow.  The only customers I’ve had this afternoon didn’t come in until 4:15.” He did note, though, that business has picked up recently with the arrival of the Winter Texans.Odetth Melham, one of the owners of Yalla Habibi, a family-owned and operated Middle Eastern and Mediterranean restaurant that opened on South Padre Island in May of 2013, talked about their restaurant and its future. Odetth Melham manages the place along with her brother Carlos. Odetth said, “At the opening we had a great start! But we have encountered that SPI is very seasonal; this past year business has not been the same. Customers had told us it’s a great place and the food is very tasty and authentic. However, we do not have any local customers – very few this past year kept coming back, it’s only tourists that visit the Island that have travelled the world and tried this type of food.”Like many restaurant owners working hard to stay in business, Odetth said that they go by the season and these are the challenges they’ve faced. She finished by saying that they don’t know what this year will be like, and have no expectations. “SPI is unpredictable and we just hope to continue in business and attract more local people and visitors. We can only give our best that we have to offer, our food is authentic! We just have to wait and see.”Dan Stanton is one of the current owners of Louie’s Back Yard, having taken it over on Jan. 1, 1998. He spoke briefly about Louie’s continuing to be one of the most popular, long-running restaurants on the  Island.  Stanton mentioned two factors as the keys to Louie’s success. “It’s being consistent and having an awesome staff,” he said. Asked why he thinks so many restaurants fail on South Padre Island, he said, “The Isla is changing, not always for the good of the business community. It’s a very difficult business environment.”When asked what factors are contributing to so many closures and unoccupied buildings, Darla Lapeyre, executive director of the SPI Economic Development Corporation (EDC) provided a statement. “SPI’s seasonality provides unique challenges for our economy and the business community. The EDC works with businesses to help them succeed through various programs that include the Kauffman Fasttrac entrepreneurship training, a USDA loan program, and other resources on the EDC website. ( ) In addition, the Chamber offers numerous training classes partnering with UTPA and that can increase the rate of success for businesses.”She concluded by saying, “The future for the Island is bright with exciting developments that will provide year round residents and visitors to our area such as the UT-RGV Medical School, SpaceX, second causeway, the new TIRZ approved by Cameron County, and the Convention Center renovations.”According to Jose Gavino, Program Director of the Entrepreneurship & Commercialization Center at UT Brownsville and one of the people in charge of the Kauffman Fasttrac program, numerous Island businesses have indeed applied and taken advantage of the program, including Tom & Jerry’s Restaurant, Hartwell Talent and Production, and Ginny Ossana of Jake’s Flowers.For information about any of these programs, classes or training, contact the EDC website, or call (956)761–6805.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedICE subpoenaing Port Isabel, Island businesses as agency conducts raids nationallyBy GAIGE DAVILA Special to the PRESS Since Monday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents have been issuing subpoenas to Port Isabel and South Padre Island restaurants and hotels, seeking their employees’ records. According to local business owners, ICE is also seeking businesses’ records and employees’ personal information, such as…July 18, 2019In “News”Beach Bar Beat: Padre Island Brewing Company  By Gaige Davila Padre Island Brewing Company can lay claim to several instances of doing something before it was “cool,” or, in other words, a mainstream, normal facet of life.  The lone brewing company on South Padre Island, Padre Island Brewing Company has been making beer in its…September 1, 2020In “News”BikeFest relocates off SPIPRESS Staff Report The renowned and well-attended SPI BikeFest has found a new home and will bear a new name. Starting this fall, Bikefest, one of the largest motorcycle rallies in the state, will be held in Corpus Christi and will now be known as Budweiser Corpus Christi BikeFest. BikeFest,…February 28, 2013In “News” Sharelast_img read more

Oil spill spotted

first_img RelatedTask force talks tar balls, public beach restroomsBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS Due to tar washing up in Corpus Christi recently, the General Land Office (GLO) Oil Spill Response Team joined the South Padre Island Shoreline Task Force for its regular meeting Monday. A few weeks ago, the team cleaned up over 200 gallons of…June 12, 2015In “News”Coast Guard responds to diesel spill in Port IsabelPress Staff Report Officials from the U.S. Coast Guard and the Texas General Land Office (GLO) have responded to an oil spill in Port Isabel Wednesday. According to a statement released by the Coast Guard, watchstanders received a report that a towing vessel had hit a dock at the Subsea 7…October 14, 2016In “News”South Padre Island to file claim against BPBy CRISTINA M. GARCIA Special to the PRESS The British Petroleum (BP) oil spill might not have directly washed up on the shores of South Padre Island, but the spill did take some tourism down with it during 2010. “We did get economically impacted by the gulf oil spill,” Mayor…January 12, 2012In “News” By ESTEVAN MEDRANOPort Isabel-South Padre Presspress@portisabelsouthpadre.comRoughly 20 gallons of displaced oil was spotted in the water near the South Point Marina around 7 a.m. Tuesday. The spill was quickly contained and cleared by local Oil Spill Prevention and Response Team members with the application of solvents. The Coast Guard insists the incident does not pose a threat to the environment and samples were collected by Texas General Land Office officials (GLO) to determine the source and make of the displaced oil. The area was revisited the following day to be certain all the oil had been removed.Any spotted oil spills should be reported to GLO at 1-800-832-8224.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Sharelast_img read more

IN MEMORIAM: Family observes remembrance mass, celebration of lost fisherman

first_img DeLaLastra1WEB Sergio Treviño | Staff photographer PRESS staff reportPhotos by Sergio TreviñoJuly 7 marked the 27th anniversary of the deaths of Gustavo de la Lastra and Jose Edwardo de la Lastra. Their family, who donated the Cristo de los Pescadores statue at Isla Blanca Park in their honor, gathered there to hold a memorial mass and celebration for the two men.The memorial has become a yearly ritual for the family, and this year was no different. The memorial service included the playing of a corrido that tells the story of the two fishermen, as well as the release of dozens of balloons into the air in a symbolic gesture of the release of the spirits of fishermen who have lost their lives at sea.The statue, which was donated to the Brownsville-Port Isabel Shrimp Producers Association, bears an inscription which reads, “Father! Receive the souls of these brave fishermen who have sailed through this pass and never returned.” Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. DeLaLastra2WEB Sergio Treviño | Staff photographer DeLaLastra3WEB Sergio Treviño | Staff photographer DeLaLastra5WEB Sergio Treviño | Staff photographer center_img Share DeLaLastra6WEB Sergio Treviño | Staff photographer DeLaLastra4WEB Sergio Treviño | Staff photographer Related30 Years: De la Lastra family remembers fallen fishermenBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press It’s been 30 years since the de la Lastra brothers went to sea and never returned. But, for their mother, their family and their friends, memories of their jovial attitudes and happy natures remain fresh. Jose Eduardo and Gustavo de la Lastra were…July 13, 2018In “Gallery”Oblate Memorial Prayer Garden plannedBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish is building a Memorial Prayer Garden to pay tribute to the Oblate Priests and Brothers who served the Port Isabel Community from 1849 until 2012. The garden will feature a mural of the historic silhouette of the…May 26, 2017In “News”Friedman memorial to be unveiledSpecial to the PRESS The Friedman Family, Port Isabel Mayor Joe E. Vega and the City Commissioners invite the public to attend the unveiling of a monument in memory of the late Barbara J. Friedman. A statue, donated by the Friedman Family, will be placed on the Light House Square…January 23, 2012In “News”last_img read more

Lifeguard towers brightened by local artists

first_img Share By MARINA WISESpecial to the PRESSThe week before Memorial Day Weekend, eight artists were materializing the vision that they had held for quite some time—to leave an artistic stamp on the beaches of South Padre Island. To achieve this goal, they coated various lifeguard towers along the coast with unique paintings.Jim Pigg, who operates the Beach Rescue program, recruited a core nucleus of talented painters to fulfill the job. Beach Rescue provided all the paint used.“Jim Pigg was looking any artists willing to do this project because he believed it would make a difference as we (the painters) all have believed,” said Christina Salazar, one of the artists involved and owner of Indigo Art & Apparel in Port Isabel. “He opened the door for all of the artists from the area and from a far.”While working on their task, the painters took many of South Padre’s natural elements into account. One beach fundamental, though, held the most importance in the hearts and creativity of the artists.“Our biggest inspiration was the ocean,” Salazar said. “Though we all knew that what we were doing was bigger than all of us.”Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedIsland firefighter, lifeguard honoredPRESS Staff Report The Rotary Club of Port Isabel surprised one South Padre Island first responder during a meeting of the City Council Wednesday. Capt. Jim Pigg, of the South Padre Island Fire Department, was recognized by the club for his service to the community and his work with the…February 22, 2019In “News”County expands beach patrol, talks park projectBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press Beach safety and park improvements were the topics of two lengthy discussions during a regular meeting of the Cameron County Commissioners Court last Tuesday. Cameron County Beach Patrol Chief Michael Johnson, along with Parks Director Joe Vega, addressed the court with a proposal…July 22, 2016In “News”“We are ready”: SPI outlines spring break preparationsAngie Gamez Special to the PRESS The month of March on South Padre Island doesn’t conjure up thoughts of the start of spring, spring cleaning, or the time to plant annuals. Rather, it’s the anticipation of a flock of spring breakers, endless traffic, patrol cars, sirens, a crowded beach, and…February 21, 2020In “News”last_img read more

Council rescinds special use permit

first_imgBy KEVIN RICHSpecial to the PRESSDiscussions surrounding a special use permit became contentious at times during a meeting of the South Padre Island City Council last Wednesday, March 6.At issue was whether to rescind a special use permit previously granted by the Council to Three Flags Over Padre, 1201 Padre Blvd.Mayor Dennis Stahl opened a public hearing to discuss rescinding the permit. Council member Alita Bagley stated that she had forwarded letters sent to the city manager from seven individuals and one home owners association in support of rescinding the permit, and that they were to be placed into the record for the hearing.Doyle Wells, owner of the property in question, stepped to the podium to speak against the action.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Share RelatedSouth Padre Island rescinds all special events permitsBy Gaige Davila All special events permits issued by the City of South Padre Island will be rescinded by 7:00 p.m. today, March 16. The special event permit rescinding is part of a local state of disaster declaration by South Padre Island, issued at 3:40 p.m. today. Gatherings of…March 16, 2020In “News”City Council talks annexationsBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS Wednesday evening’s City Council meeting proved to be another eventful one. The meeting lasted for over two hours and covered a variety of topics, the most controversial being the approval of a Specific Use Permit (SUP) request for Origins Recovery Center to build…October 23, 2014In “News”Debate over Clayton’s Pier continuesBy KEVIN RICH Special to the PRESS The plan to rezone an area including the proposed Clayton’s Fishing Pier was once again the subject of debate during a pair of public hearings held at the Thursday, Sept. 21 meeting of the South Padre Island Planning and Zoning Committee. On Sept. 12,…September 29, 2017In “News”last_img read more

Pantas Banyak ‘Skandal,’ Ternyata Pramugari Punya ‘Ruang’ Tersembunyi Bak Hotel di…,Kisruh di Kabin, Penumpang Kursi Belakang Kesal Pukul Kursi Depan Karena…

first_imgSuasana ruang rahasia khusus awak kabin. Foto: Collins Aerospace mungkin patut berbangga dengan inovasi Zero G-Attendant Seat yang disebut-sebut sebagai desain kursi paling nyaman untuk pramugari dalam gelaran Crystal Cabin Awards tahun ini. Namun, siapa sangka, di balik sudut-sudut pesawat, terdapat ‘ruang’ tersembunyi khusus untuk para awak kabin dan pilot yang tak kalah dengan hotel berbintang.Baca juga: Inilah 20 Syarat ‘Tak Resmi’ untuk Jadi Pramugari, Nomor Dua Agak AnehDilansir dari laman, Selasa, (26/2), belum lama ini seorang pramugara atau awak kabin bernama Blair, telah membuat netizen terkejut akibat sebuah postingan di laman Instagram milik Virgin Australia. Dalam video berdurasi singkat tersebut, tampak sang pramugara tengah berada di ruangan ‘asing’ di dalam sebuah pesawat dan berlagak seperti sedang mengintip dengan membuka sebuah tirai hitam yang menutupinya ruangan atau kamar tersebut. Sekilas, hampir tak ada bedanya dengan hotel kapsul. View this post on Instagram Di video lainnya yang lebih lengkap, Blair tampak sedang menuju ke sebuah pintu yang hampir mirip seperti pintu toilet. Ketika ia membukannya, bukan toilet yang didapat, melainkan sebuah anak tangga untuk mengantarkan ke sebuah ruang rahasia. Ruang rahasia itu diketahui tepat berada di atas kursi kabin kelas ekonomi dan kelas bisnis pada bagian sebelah kiri. Ia tidak menjelaskan secara detail apakah ruang atau kamar tersembunyi itu tersedia di semua jenis pesawat. Namun, pada video tersebut, ruang rahasia itu berada di pesawat Boeing 777-300ER yang notabene tergolong sebagai pesawat berbadan lebar atau widebody, dengan durasi terbang berkisar 7-15 jam lamanya. Jadi, wajar saja bila terdapat kamar tersembunyi seperti itu.“Ada dua tempat istirahat di pesawat Boeing 777-300ER kami, yang terletak di atas kabin kelas bisnis dan ekonomi di kedua ujung pesawat dan digunakan setelah layanan makanan utama. Istirahat dialokasikan untuk memastikan bahwa jumlah kru yang tepat selalu tetap bawah (kabin) untuk membantu para tamu,” katanya dalam video tersebut.“Area istirahat untuk awak kabin kami berada di atas kabin ekonomi, dan memiliki delapan tempat tidur (single) dengan seprai, selimut, dan bantal yang nyaman untuk memastikan awak beristirahat dengan baik begitu mereka kembali ke kabin” tambahnya.Meskipun ada dua tempat (di atas kursi kabin kelas ekonomi dan kelas bisnis), ia menjelaskan, lazimnya, kamar rahasia di atas kabin kelas ekonomi tersebut digunakan untuk para awak kabin. Sedangkan kamar tersembunyi di atas kelas bisnis dikhususkan untuk pilot dan kru dengan fasilitas yang nyaris serupa dengan kamar tersembunyi peruntukan awak kabin.Pramugari keluar dari ruang rahasia. Foto: Twitter @jong_pjBaca juga: Sederet Bintang K-Pop Ini ‘Banting Setir’ jadi Pramugari dan PramugaraBerbeda dengan cara naiknya yang harus menggunakan tangga dan melewati pintu atau lorong sempit, jalan keluar dari kamar atau ruang tersembunyi bagi para awak kabin tersebut sangat mudah. Terlebih dalam keadaan darurat. Cukup dengan membuka handel di bawah tempat tidur, maka sebuah tangga darurat akan mengantarkan awak kabin langsung ke kabin kelas ekonomi untuk segera melanjutkan tugas-tugas lainnya saat keadaaan darurat terjadi, tanpa harus repot-repot kembali ke jalur seperti saat menuju ruangan tersebut.Ruang tersembunyi itu pun kembali mengingatkan kita dengan mindset negatif terhadap sisi lain profesi pramugari terhadap skandal percumbuan di udara entah lewat film di televisi ataupun media lainnya, baik antar awak kabin, pramugari dengan pilot, atau bahkan pramugari dengan penumpang. Terlebih setelah mengetahui adanya ruang rahasia yang hampir tak tersentuh atau terjamah oleh penumpang awam pada umumnya.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related Peak-a-boo! We sleep too! Did you know about the hidden rest areas on board for our Crew? Think capsule hotel…in the sky Get your questions ready and tune in to our Instagram Live tomorrow morning as our Crew will be here to answer all your burning questions.A post shared by Virgin Australia (@virginaustralia) on Feb 19, 2020 at 11:03pm PSTlast_img read more

Tiffany Williams Named as Third Consecutive Player of the Week

first_img Tiffany Williams (Photo by Ron Besser) BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Junior Tiffany Williams (St. Petersburg, Fla./North Florida) has become the third consecutive Argo to win the GSC East women’s basketball Player of the Week award. Williams’ 28-point performance in a win over Valdosta State last Saturday boosted her to be named the Gulf South’s top player for the first time in her career. Williams has scored 20 or more points in five games this season, including three consecutive times in the past three games.  She was on fire in last week’s win over VSU, knocking down nine of 14 shots from the floor, and eight of 12 free throws. Williams averages 12.2 points per contest, with 11 double-figure scoring contests this season. The junior’s season-high of 29 points came in an early season match-up with Florida Southern. The Argos continue in Gulf South Conference action Thursday evening, facing off against West Georgia at 5:30 pm ET. For more information or to listen in on the action live, visit Friendly Version Sharecenter_img Tiffany Williams Named as Third Consecutive Player of the Weeklast_img read more

Panhandle Sports Broadcasting Video Archives

first_imgPanhandle Sports Broadcasting Video Archives Archived Broadcasts07/27/09M. BasketballBob Stinnett Press ConferenceWatch08/18/09AthleticsFall Sports Media DayWatch08/28/09Volleyballvs. Concordia-St. PaulWatch10/10/09Volleyballvs. West GeorgiaWatch10/23/09M. Soccervs. William CareyWatch10/23/09W. Soccervs. North AlabamaWatch10/27/09Volleyballvs. West AlabamaWatch10/31/09W. Soccervs. LambuthWatch10/31/09M. Soccervs. LambuthWatch11/03/09AthleticsBasketball Media DayWatch12/13/09W. Basketballvs. Delta StateWatch12/13/09M. Basketballvs. Delta StateWatch12/29/09W. Basketballvs. Southern ArkansasWatch12/29/09M. Basketballvs. West Virginia WesleyanWatch12/30/09W. Basketballvs. Missouri Science & TechnologyWatch12/30/09M. Basketballvs. Virginia StateWatch01/07/10W. Basketballvs. West AlabamaWatch01/07/10M. Basketballvs. West AlabamaWatch01/20/10W. Basketballvs. North AlabamaWatch01/20/10M. Basketballvs. North AlabamaWatch01/23/10W. Basketballvs. LambuthWatch01/23/10M. Basketballvs. LambuthWatch02/10/10W. Basketballvs. Valdosta StateWatch02/10/10M. Basketballvs. Valdosta StateWatch02/13/10W. Basketballvs. West GeorgiaWatch02/13/10M. Basketballvs. West GeorgiaWatch02/23/10W. Basketballvs. Concordia-SelmaWatch02/23/10M. Basketballvs. Concordia-SelmaWatch04/10/10Baseballvs. Alabama-Huntsville (DH)Game 1Game 204/17/10Softballvs. Alabama-Huntsville (DH)Game 1Game 204/24/10Softballvs. Valdosta State (DH)Game 1Game 204/25/10Baseballvs. Valdosta StateGame 1Game 2Video broadcasts of UWF Athletics during the 2009-10 season were provided by Panhandle Sports Broadcasting.  For more information on PSB, visit them online at you experience any technical difficulties, please contact Panhandle Sports Broadcasting.Print Friendly Version Sharelast_img read more