Sunday 5 p.m. Sportscast 3/12/17

Sunday 5 p.m. Sportscast 3/12/17

The history just keeps on coming for UWF women hoops, and they're not done.

The ladies play in the NCAA D-II 'sweet 16' Monday night.

UWF reached a regional final for the first time in program history. They now have 27 wins on the season, extending that new team record.

On Saturday the Argos dominated Benedict in the South Region Semifinal.

They scored the first 12 points and never trailed. The final score was 74 - 51.

Katie Bobos led five players in double figures with 17 points. Katie O'Neal lit up with five three pointers.

Alex Coyne turned in another great performance with 10 points and 10 assists.

UWF's swim and dive team had a memorable week at the NCAA D-II Championships.

They matched the program best with a sixth place team finish and two ladies really stole the show.

Theresa Michalak, capping it in the 100 freestyle Saturday, won four championships this week. Three of those wins are a record time.

Michalak is named National Swimmer of the Year and is finishing her career with five national titles.

Diver Monica Amaral owns four championships now. She swept two diving events for the second year straight.

She closed it with a dominant effort in Saturday's 3-meter final.

Amaral is a no-doubt pick for National Diver of the Year.

Michalak and Amaral, both seniors, won a combined six national titles this year and nine overall.

The Ice Flyers like to turn up the drama against Evansville.

Last weekend in Pensacola they came from a 4 - 1 down to win in overtime.

Louis Belisle scored the game winner in overtime.

Jesse Stoughton scored the other two goals, Belisle got an assist.

The Flyers had lost in Evansville on Friday.

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