Valencia Voice

NFL CHANGES THE GAME

April 1, 2009

By Alex Barrett abarrett@valenciavoice.com As with most years, the NFL has decided to do their best this off-season to attempt to assure the safety of players in the league. They do this, of course, by implementing rule changes tha...

ONE MAN WINS BRAIN BOWL

March 4, 2009

By Alex Barrett abarrett@valenciavoice.com It was a long day at Valencia Community College for 24 teams from more than six states, ranging from VCC’s hometown Red and Black teams all the way up to J. Sergeant Reynolds, hailing from Richmond, Va. For some teams...

VALENCIA HOSTS CHESS TOURNAMENT

March 4, 2009

By Leah Reidenbach lreidenbach@valenciavoice.com Although the Valencia Chess Open Tournament was a friendly competition, things became more serious once the tick-tock of the clocks started. The tournament took place on Sat., on the V...

BRAIN BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP AT VCC

February 25, 2009

By Kenny Wagner kwagner@valenciavoice.com This weekend Valencia Students will be competing in their own (Super) Brain Bowl, held on our own turf. Expectations are high and the students are feeling the pressure in hopes they wi...

BRAIN BOWL TAKES QUICK WITS, FINGERS

February 25, 2009

By Jordan Keyes University of Central Florida Quick fingers and extensive knowledge of topics ranging from Astronomy to Zoology can make you a star in only one Valencia sport that I know of: Brain Bowl. For those more interested ...

VALENCIA OPEN CHESS TOURNAMENT

February 25, 2009

Leah Reidenbach lreidenbach@valenciavoice.com Chess is sometimes stereotyped as“nerdy”, but not at the Valencia west campus. “I had no idea chess was going to become the in thing at Valencia….I just love it,” said...

LAST STOP: PLAYSTATION PRO

October 29, 2008

By Trey McConnell Valencia Voice The fifth and final stop of the 2008 AST Dew Tour, Playstation Pro, made its way to Orlando’s Amway Arena this weekend; providing not only action, but plenty of upsets within the competit...

UCF women’s soccer runs ‘Wilde’

September 17, 2008

By Neil Tredray Valencia Voice The University of Central Florida women’s soccer team moved to 4-1-1 Friday night with a 2-1 victory over the Illinois State Redbirds (3-4-0), extending their undefeated streak to five games. “...

Did Officiating Hurt The Knights?

Neil Tredray

September 10, 2008

By Neil Tredray Valencia Voice Don’t blame the Big East officiating crew for the Knight’s first loss of the season Saturday night. Oh, I know everyone is going to anyway, and they’re right to gripe. I was on...