Gators sophomore second baseman Cade Kurland walked up to the plate in the seventh inning. Florida led by two and was looking for some extra insurance. With one swing of the bat, Kurland did just that.
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The No. 19 Florida Gators women’s tennis team (5-5, 1-0 SEC) were in desperate need of a win heading into its SEC opener, Friday night against the Louisiana State Tigers (7-3, 0-1 SEC).
The Gators softball team faced the UCLA Bruins in Game 1 of its Friday doubleheader. Leading 1-0 in the top of the seventh, the Bruins had a runner on third base with one out. Sophomore Savannah Pola stepped up to the plate with hopes of tying the game.
The Florida Gators men’s tennis team (5-4, 1-0 SEC) opened conference play with a convincing win over the No. 12 Texas A&M Aggies (9-3, 0-1 SEC) Friday. The Gators swept the Aggies to stay undefeated at home this season.
We, the student body officer-elects of UF, are writing with concern and disappointment regarding the recent decision to close the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer and to eliminate various diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) positions and appointments.
UF fired 13 full-time diversity, equity and inclusion positions and ended 15 administrative appointments for faculty Friday. It also eliminated the office of the Chief Diversity Officer and ended DEI contracts with outside vendors, according to a Friday memo.
About 100 people packed into the Archer Community Center Thursday night at the Newberry Education First community meeting to learn about the initiative to turn Newberry schools into public charters.
A Gainesville man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of murdering a homeless man at his campsite in Gainesville.
The Gainesville Regional Utility Authority and the Gainesville City Commission met together at city hall Wednesday afternoon to discuss the power district and the Government Services Contribution. This meeting is the first time the two have met since the authority was formed in October 2023.
The Florida softball pitching staff has been dominant all season. Led by a trio of freshmen, Keagan Rothrock, one of the freshmen, started in the circle in Game 1 of the team’s doubleheader Thursday.
On Feb. 7, around 50 students received an email whose first line read, “We appreciate how hard our faculty and students work, but it’s Malachowsky Hall, not Malachowsky Hotel.”
If a poet, athlete, music enthusiast and novice ping pong player were gathered into a room, it may seem like they wouldn't have much in common.
With just 11 seconds left in their matchup with the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Florida Gators women’s basketball team only needed one shot to stay alive. As the ball left junior guard Alberte Rimdal’s hands, the fans at Coleman Coliseum went dead silent. But the shot was no good. The Alabama crowd went wild, and the Gators had been crushed in another heartbreaking SEC loss.
Against the Stetson Hatters, a team Florida had lost to just once in the last 15 years, UF’s offense failed miserably to come together as a unit.
The Missouri Tigers came into the Stephen C. O’Connell Center without a win in conference play this season. But they had the Gators on their heals late in the game trailing by just four points with four minutes left.
UF students from both Student Government parties filled the Reitz Union with chants such as “Forward together, change forever” and “I said it’s great, to be, a Visionary,” while anxiously waiting for election results.
UF students gathered at the polls to wrap up the second and final day of Student Government voting.
The No. 11 Gators lacrosse team (2-2) blew out the Jacksonville University Dolphins (1-4) 21-4 in Florida’s regular-season home opener on Wednesday.
Florida head coach Kevin O’Sullivan alluded to it during the preseason: middle relief could be an issue.
UF students lined up by the dozen at polling stations around campus, ready to cast their votes for new Student Government leaders. Some voted to get their “I voted” sticker, while others waited in line to support a party they felt would support them.