Redshirt junior Parker Valby’s performance on the national stage Saturday morning can be described as a comeback race.
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A Friday morning on Mark Bostick Golf Course. With the sun making its way above the horizon, the Florida women’s cross-country team stampeded away from the start line, finishing a race that would qualify the Gators for nationals for the first time since 2018.
The Florida Gators women’s cross country team was united as ever Friday morning in Columbia, South Carolina. Not just by their matching nail sets and Gators face stickers, but also by the program’s first SEC Championship title since 2012.
Brutal 19 mph winds and heavy rainfall – nowhere near ideal conditions for a cross country race. But a course record from redshirt junior Parker Valby and a top-5 finish for the Gators in the women’s 6k championship seems to dismiss such pessimistic thinking.
As the Gators’ cross country teams approached foreign turf Friday morning, the unfamiliarity of the field was anything but a bump in the road for the runners.
A cool Friday morning on the Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville; the starter pistol fired, followed by the noise of hundreds of runners stampeding away from the starting line. Gators’ cross country is back.
The Fall cross country season is approaching, meaning another cycle of new faces, performances and expectations. For Will and Samantha Palmer — who recently joined Florida as coaches — “new” has become familiar.
The annual Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity philanthropy event, the Watermelon Bust, is a disgrace to those who are involved in service activities in their community, and it's disgusting to see it mentioned in this paper.