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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — The Melbourne campus of Eastern Florida State College will undergo a major expansion in the next decade with the construction of six additional buildings to house new programs designed to spur job creation and economic growth.
The $74.8 million plan was announced Monday to the college’s Board of Trustees by Eastern Florida President Dr. The buildings will serve as homes for many of the college’s 22 new academic programs that offer Bachelor Degrees and Associate Degrees in business, health care and computer information technologies. This artist rendering shows the proposed Business and Technology Buildings that would be built at the corner of Post and Wickham Roads as part of the Melbourne Campus expansion.
Richey added the college also has master plans for its Titusville, Cocoa and Palm Bay campuses and will continue improving them as well. The expansion centers on a design to enhance teaching, learning and the collegiate experience for students. Work on the first new building is already well underway: A $14 million Public Safety Institute that is on schedule to open in February. It includes broad pedestrian walkways that connect the campus together, native Florida plants for lush landscaping, open spaces for socializing and relocating some on-campus roads to improve pedestrian safety. The plan also calls for a new Technology Building, Business Building, Hospitality Management Building and Student Union. The college may also eventually build additional classrooms, laboratory space, student advising centers and student housing on 10-acres of college-owned land that is now used by Brevard County for the Wickham Park Pavilion. The college has notified county officials it needs the land for future growth, giving them about four years to consider other possible sites for the pavilion.
Most of the funding for the expansion would come through appropriations from the state Legislature. The college has already received the $14 million in construction money for the Public Safety Institute and has made funding requests to the state from 2008 through 2014 for the other five structures. The proposed Melbourne Campus expansion includes a new Student Union Building, shown in this artist rendering. Together, those five buildings would cost a total $60.8 million and would be constructed as funds became available.
BASKETBALL — Eastern Florida men’s basketball head coach Jeremy Shulman has rounded out his 2014-2015 recruiting class. Shulman most recently secured the signatures of Jacksonville products Terrell Miller, a 6-foot, 7-inch, 250-pound power forward, Lamont Dunnam, a 6-6, 200-pound shooting forward and Zavier Peart, a 6-9, 260-pound center.
Dunnam graduated from Jacksonville Raines High and joins Jacksonville Ribault product and 2014 signee Daishon Smith a 6-foot, 160-pound guard who signed earlier with the Titans.
Peart graduated from Miami’s Coral Reef High and averaged 13 points and seven rebounds as a senior. VOLLEYBALL — Sixteen matches in 21 days including three in the Florida College System Activities Association Southern Conference await Eastern Florida’s volleyball team. Sixteen matches in 21 days including three in the Florida College System Activities Association Southern Conference await Eastern Florida’s volleyball team. The stretch for the Titans, who are 2-1, begins with four matches in a Friday-Saturday tournament at Florida State College Jacksonville.


The Titans then hit the road again — something they will become quite familiar with since only eight of their 35 matches are at home — for a Thursday visit to South Florida State College in Avon Park and a two-match Saturday tournament at nationally ranked College of Central Florida in Ocala.
Eastern Florida first-year head coach Andrea Rasmussen deliberately packed the Titans schedule. Heading into the weekend Eastern Florida sophomore setter McKenzie Price is ranked 19th nationally in assists per set at 7.91.
As a team the Titans are ranked fourth nationally in blocks per set at 3.73, eighth in total blocks with 41, 10th in solo blocks with 20 and 21st in blocks assists with 42. Admission to Titan home matches is freeEastern Florida’s women’s soccer team solved defense-minded Andrew College on Saturday evening to open its season with a 3-0 victory at the Titan Soccer Complex on the Melbourne Campus. BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida’s women’s soccer team solved defense-minded Andrew College on Saturday evening to open its season with a 3-0 victory at the Titan Soccer Complex on the Melbourne Campus.
Andrew, which fell to 1-2, kept the Titans at bay for the first 33 minutes and 32 seconds until freshman Julia Hernandez was tripped up in the penalty area on a breakaway.
Eastern Florida was awarded a penalty kick, which Hernandez’s fellow Spaniard and classmate Paula Astiazaran converted for a 1-0 lead.
Astiazaran solved Andrew goalkeeper Raquel Hauss again at the 8 minute mark with a left-footed strike for a 2-0 lead.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida’s men’s soccer team played its second overtime game in two outings on Sunday, tying 2014 NJCAA Division I national runner-up Monroe College of New York, 2-2. Yannick Koffi scored his second goal of the season for the Titans, drawing them even at 1-1 in the 30th minute. The Titans played with nine men for the game’s final 12 minutes while Monroe played with 10 due to a red card of its own.
Eastern Florida won its season opener on Saturday with a 3-2 overtime victory over Essex County on a Smoak penalty kick.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida’s women’s soccer team achieved a milestone today when it was ranked No. Eastern Florida hosts the NJCAA Women’s Division I National Championship on the Melbourne Campus for the third straight time this November and will host again in 2016.
The Venice High girls soccer team has 50-goal scorer in Emily Dalton and a head-turning goalie in Sarah Donofrio. Members of the Venice High girls soccer team await the speech from Indians volleyball coach Brian Wheatley during Monday's practice at Wellfield Fields in Venice. What happens in between is the key to the Indians’ success and a main reason the team is going to the Final 4 for the first time in team history.
Often unheralded, the midfield and the defense make the offense roll and Donofrio’s job much easier. Whether it is because of injury or otherwise, Bolyard has substituted freely the entire season with similar results.
If the Indians decide to mark an opposing, high-scoring player, Stepina usually draws the assignment. It has been a growing experience for a group that has not played together much entering the season.


When an opponent’s shot clears the defense, Donofrio has been turning them away, sometimes in spectacular fashion. The Indians have been unbelievable, going to a place where no other Venice girls team has gone.
Another unbelievable fact is all the Indians are underclassmen, including six freshmen, five of whom have played 16 or more matches this season. Fans, make sure to Like HT Preps on Facebook for links to all your favorite teams and players. BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The dental programs at Eastern Florida State College are teaming up with local dental professionals to host the 5th Annual Happy Smiles Happy Kids free dental health fair for children under 16 without access to dental insurance. The project was made possible again this year thanks to the generosity of local community leaders Guy and Delores Spearman. Free, limited dental care will be provided to those who participate, including basic dental screenings, dental education, fluoride varnish application, sealants for those who qualify and treatment as determined by the dentist. In addition, free toothbrushes will be available to participants while supplies last and children will enjoy a puppet show while waiting to be seen by the dental professionals. Additional activities have also been planned, along with prevention education for parents and children.
30WEEK 1 COVERAGE: Brevard High School Football Final Scores, Videos, Photos and MoreSpace Coast Public Service Awards Recognizes Dr. At Arlington County Day in Jacksonville he had 24 double-doubles as a senior and was named MVP of a team that included five Division I signees. He also received NCAA Division I offers in volleyball from Penn State and Indian-Purdue Fort Wayne among others. The Titans then hit the road again — something they will become quite familiar with since only eight of their 35 matches are at home — for a Thursday visit to South Florida State College in Avon Park and a two-match Saturday tournament at nationally ranked College of Central Florida in Ocala. The program is located at the Titan Soccer Complex on the college’s Melbourne Campus in Brevard County, Florida. 1 ranking in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll released on Tuesday, marked the first time in its six seasons that the program is No. 1 ranking into the NJCAA Women’s Division I National Championship where they finished as runner-up.
The Titans are riding a 31-game home winning streak and Shulman’s record in his four seasons at Eastern Florida sits at 89-39, 50-14 over the past two campaigns.
Friday in the Class 4A State Semifinals against Pembroke Pines Charter at Eastern Florida State College in Melbourne. From there seven more matches — including conference dates with Broward College and Palm Beach State — await, five on the road, before a four-day break from competition.



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