Florida Tech senior J.T. Hassell is a nominee for the 2018 Harlon Hill Trophy as the Division II College Football Player of the Year.
On Wednesday, the Gulf South Conference released it 2018 All-Conference teams and four Panthers were among the student-athletes recognized by the league. J.T. Hassell, Adonis Davis, and Romell Guerrier were named to the All-GSC First Team while Antwuan Haynes earned second-team honors.
The NCAA released its first Super Region 2 Poll on Monday and the Florida Tech football team is fourth in the ratings entering the ninth week of the 2018 season.
Following a one-week hiatus from Gulf South Conference action, the Florida Tech football team hosts league foe Mississippi College today at Panther Stadium.
For the second time this season, Florida Tech football’s J.T. Hassell has been recognized by the Gulf South Conference as the league’s Defensive Player of the Week, announced by the GSC office on Monday. This is the second weekly honor in Hassell’s career.
The Florida Tech football team (4-1) picked up a hard-fought and pivotal regional win Saturday as the Panthers handed the Wingate Bulldogs (2-3) a 26-23 defeat at Irwin Belk Stadium.
The high school football season is entering week six, the college football season week five and the NFL season hits the quarter pole this weekend.
Florida Tech Football is excited to announce that this year’s Inside the Huddle will take place on Monday, August 27.
The Florida Tech football team will now have three games broadcasted on ESPN3 this season as the Panthers’ Sep. 29 road contest at Wingate will also be streamed live on the platform.
On Saturday, Florida Tech Football hosted its Spring Game at Panther Stadium. The Crimson offense won this year’s matchup over the Gray defense, 30-25, at Panther Stadium.