The Florida men’s and women’s cross country teams collected their second-straight sweep on Saturday, and they hope to carry their success into Pennsylvania.
While older, experienced runners like Carlos Miranda, Taylor Tubbs and Mac Reynolds absorb most of the attention on the Florida cross country team, younger runners may be overlooked.
The No. 2 Florida lacrosse team was close to clinching its fourth NCAA Quarterfinal appearance in program history. Instead, one of UF’s most promising campaigns came to a surprising end Sunday afternoon.
Fresh off a 16-4 shellacking of Temple to win its second-straight Big East Tournament title, the No. 2 Florida lacrosse team was named the No. 2 overall seed in the 26-team NCAA Tournament on Sunday.
Florida swimming and diving coach Gregg Troy gushed over Maxime Rooney ahead of UF’s fall season. He said he was excited to see what Rooney would do in his first meet.
The last time the Gators didn’t win the All-Florida Invitational, the majority of their current team was probably in middle school.
When coach Bryan Shelton and his tennis team aren’t practicing and preparing for upcoming tournaments, they spend their time together engaged in another highly competitive activity: Spikeball.
Seven more Gators are headed to the Olympic Games in Rio, but their performances were largely overshadowed by that of a future Florida athlete who didn’t even make the cut.