That will conclude FDU’s press conference as men’s volleyball will be the 20th sport at FDU starting in 2021.
Thank you to our Editor-In-Chief Elizabeth Scalzo for producing the live blog and our student lifestyle editor Naniyah McClain for updating Twitter throughout the press conference.
Have a good rest of your day everyone and stay tuned for more basketball live blogs once the season returns to play for the Knights.
Hurlbut took a photo with the presented check and the volleyball uniform as the press conference ends with a graphic for men’s volleyball coming in 2021.
First Point Volleyball Foundation has partnered with FDU Knights Athletics for the addition of the volleyball team and presented Hurlbut and FDU Athletics with a $200,000 check.
We look forward to competing with fellow NEC schools and competing around the country next season,” Hurlbut said.
“We will now begin the nationwide search for our men’s volleyball coach to begin the season next year,” Hurlbut said.
The press conference kicks off with assistant athletic director Bryan Jackson introducing athletic director Brad Hurlbut, he gets right into the press conference and announces that men’s volleyball will be the 20th sport in the FDU athletics program.
Good Afternoon everyone! Welcome to a special edition live blog. We are awaiting a big announcement from FDU athletics. Athletic Director Brad Hurlbut will be addressing the media at 2 p.m. live on NEC Front Row.
This is Anthony Covino, the sports editor of the FDU Equinox back for a special live blog with a big announcement coming from FDU Athletics and I will be updating everything from the live press conference right here.
Today we have Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Scalzo producing the blog and student lifestyle editor Naniyah McClain updating Twitter.