Florida freshman forward Megan Hinnenkamp dashed ahead of the defender with time running out and the Gators trailing by one. She dribbled, took a few steps forward and fired a shot at the net.
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The Gators appeared to be cruising to another victory after they outshot Kennesaw State 10 to none in the first half.
Florida Gators soccer is off to their best start in six years.
Florida dominated for the full 90 minutes against Stetson and found the back of the net eight times in its comfortable victory. Six different Gator players scored in the blowout including three freshmen.
Florida’s freshmen attack led the way for the team en route to a win against Maryland. Gators freshman forwards Lena Bailey and Megan Hinnenkamp used their speed to their advantage.
Florida senior guard Nina Rickards announced on Twitter Tuesday morning that she plans to enter the transfer portal.
The second half was a nightmare for the Gators. Florida committed 13 turnovers in the half and couldn’t find any rhythm on the offensive end because of it.
Florida senior guard Nina Rickards found herself open late in the fourth quarter and calmly drilled a 3-pointer to give her 23 points and extend the Gators’ lead. Rickards was on fire throughout the game and dropped a season-high.
Coming from overseas, Alberte Rimdal has always been a hooper.
Florida sophomore forward Tatyana Wyche furiously chased after Kentucky’s Ajae Petty. Players flew off the bench on both sides, and an altercation broke out between the teams. The incident resulted in nine total ejections.
The Gators held a one-point lead with one minute remaining in the game.
Florida came out of the gates on fire in its Sunday afternoon matchup against Louisiana State University.
Florida’s shooting struggles and turnover issues continued in its matchup against Georgia Sunday afternoon.
Defense and rebounding shined bright for Florida women’s basketball against Texas A&M Thursday night.
The Gators are in the midst of their lowest point of the season. Florida dropped four out of its last five games, all against Southeastern Conference opponents.
The Florida Gators’ dominant first-half defensive wasn’t enough. Turnovers allowed Kentucky to climb back into the game. Florida senior guards KK Deans and Nina Rickards carried the load offensively, but they couldn’t fend off Kentucky’s comeback.