With one point separating the No. 16-seeded Florida Gators and a berth in the Sweet 16, senior Marlie Monserez set up the ball for senior Thayer Hall. The duo had gone through the same movements like clockwork for the past four years, and now, it was time to send home the kill one last time in the O’Connell Center.
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The “Big Dance” offers every participating team a fresh start; regardless of its highs or lows from the trek of the regular season. Every match from here on out offers the same message --- win and move on.
Redshirt senior and All-SEC team member T’ara Ceasar has played her last collegiate volleyball match.
The Florida volleyball team arrived in Lexington, Kentucky, Friday with a lot to be optimistic about.
It was no secret that No. 20 Florida (20-6, 14-2) would need a herculean effort to knock off the defending national champions, the No. 8 Kentucky Wildcats (22-4, 15-1), in Lexington, Kentucky, this weekend.
It was only fitting redshirt senior T’ara Ceasar buried the final home kill of the Gators’ 2021 volleyball season; the Panama City, Florida, native’s 14 kills served as the driving force behind No. 20 Florida’s second sweep of the South Carolina Gamecocks in as many days.
Before travelling to compete in a massive, top-10 matchup with the No. 8 Kentucky Wildcats next week, the No. 20 Florida Gators (18-6, 12-2) need to take care of business in their last two matches at home.
The atmosphere at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center felt as loud as ever for a Wednesday night matchup against the Auburn Tigers, and for good reason; for the first time this season, the Gator Band provided the soundtrack to the game from the stands.
Florida’s five-match win streak appeared on the brink of dissolving. Then, just in time, senior T’ara Ceasar took over the match late in the fourth set.
Conversely to the women’s golf team at Florida, the Gators men’s team entered the 2021-22 campaign with the expectation of national recognition. A team that finished just short of the final round of the national championship last spring, the lineup was labeled as one with elite talent and sturdy depth.
After missing the national championship last spring, no one knew what to expect from the Florida women’s golf team this fall.
The Florida Gators women’s golf team have assembled furniture on the podium this fall, finishing third in each of its first three tournaments of the season. In West Point, Mississippi, the team made its first step up at The Ally.
The Florida-Georgia rivalry, which almost always promises the victor a spot in the Southeastern Conference Championship game, begins a brand-new decade of cocktails, tailgates and more cocktails this season.
After entering the fall season as the No. 17 team in the nation according to GolfWeek, the Florida Gators rocketed into the top 10 after three tournaments.
The Florida Gators put the finishing touches on their fall campaign this week in their closest tournament to home of the semester.
The Florida men’s golf team entered its first match play event of the season this week when Southeastern Conference programs gathered at the SEC Match Play Championship in Birmingham, Alabama.
The Florida women’s golf team began this year’s campaign off without skipping a beat, finishing on the podium in each of its first two tournaments. The team arrived in Wilmette, Illinois, for the Windy City Classic with the allure of a tournament win in its sights.
The Florida Gators men’s golf team experienced some growing pains to start the 2021-2022 campaign.
Ricky Castillo played his final round of the spring season in Glendale, Arizona, competing for an individual title in the final round at the NCAA national championship.
If the Florida women’s golf team has been anything in this season so far, it’s consistent. Finishing third in both of their opening meets after sitting in fifth at the end of the first round, the Gators hope to maintain their status at the top of leaderboards going forward, and potentially avoid the opening-round slumps they have been plagued with.