Twenty games into the 2016 Florida volleyball season, the No. 10 Gators are sitting comfortably in the Southeastern Conference standings.
When Florida volleyball player Caroline Knop went to serve during the third set of Sunday’s matchup against Georgia, she was trying to put the match away for the Gators.
When the Florida volleyball team marched into Reed Arena to face defending Southeastern Conference champion Texas A&M on Sunday afternoon, the Gators were expecting a battle.
Heading into the third set of its match against SEC rival LSU, the Florida volleyball team held a substantial 2-0 set lead and was on its way to a third-straight victory.
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