After a four-goal Dolphin comeback late in the third quarter, the Gators had one minute to widen the gap.
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In the last quarter of the American Athletic Conference Championship Tournament, sophomore attacker Emma LoPinto cut from behind the goal and scored the match point.
Sophomore attacker Emma LoPinto whipped around the crease and fell to the ground with 7:52 remaining. She launched the ball into the back of the net to produce the first Gator lead since the first quarter.
Sophomore attacker Emma LoPinto's four-goal contribution marked her 11th hat trick of the year and led the Gators to a win Saturday.
After the starting lineup built an eight-point lead, Florida fielded its second string in the last five minutes of the fourth quarter and secured its eighth consecutive win.
With four minutes left in the final quarter, fifth-year midfielder Emily Diaz won the draw and went straight to the goal for the Gators’ 21st point of the day. The goal gave UF its highest-scoring game of the season in its regular season home finale.
The Gators were caught off guard Saturday afternoon after the Pirates secured the first point — a goal that set a competitive pace for the remainder of the matchup.
Paisley Eagan looked up and found Danielle Pavinelli off a penalty shot to record the Gators 12th goal and secure a 10-point lead at the bottom of the second quarter. Florida held onto the lead and finished nine points ahead of Liberty.
In the final minutes of Saturday’s game, senior midfielder Emily Heller broke away from Temple’s defense and shot from outside the eight meter line to secure a fourth Gator win in a row.
It was not certain the Gators would win Saturday’s game. The Quakers tied the game 10-10 in the final quarter.
Five different Gators scored individual goals in Florida’s first quarter shutout of Mercer.
The Gators led 9-8 in the third quarter and were set to take down James Madison. However, UF fell short, and the Dukes gained a five-point lead to win Saturday’s game.
Junior midfielder Madison Waters scored Florida’s eighth goal in the second half. The Gators got out to a 14-3 lead before Colgate was able to score again.
Florida lacrosse trailed 11-10 with eight minutes remaining. The Gators broke the tie and scored four consecutive goals in the final quarter to clinch their victory.
Graduate student midfielder Kaylon Buckner scored for Arizona State to tie the game at four in the second quarter. The Sun Devils battled back from a 4-1 deficit in the first quarter to put the top-ten Gators on the ropes.
Florida women’s lacrosse threw its second string on the field at halftime after it accomplished a seven-point lead going into the break. The substitutions maintained the Gators’ lead and defeated Furman.
Florida junior attacker Danielle Pavinelli scored a goal following a save by UF redshirt senior goalkeeper Sarah Reznick to tie the game at 13 with one minute left. Maryland junior attacker Victoria Hensh broke the tie in the last 17 seconds of the game due to a foul by UF senior midfielder Emily Heller.
Florida lacrosse made a third-quarter comeback attempt against North Carolina Saturday afternoon, with three back-to-back goals within the first five minutes.
For some Gators, lacrosse and home go hand in hand — and assistant coach Nicole Levy helps them feel it even 1,177 miles away in Gainesville.
Sophomore attacker Emma LoPinto scored her 100th point against Michigan Sunday afternoon. She became the fastest player to record the achievement in Florida lacrosse history in the Gators’ season-opening win.