Florida ran rampant, sealing Sunday’s game against Wisconsin by the end of the first inning.
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The Gators’ postseason has been riddled with weather delays, and Saturday was no different with two delays lasting about four hours combined.
From the bayou to the Bluegrass State, fans from all over the Southeastern Conference showed up to represent programs, but Woo Pig Sooie sang in the end.
Freshman pitcher Lexie Delbrey hadn’t allowed a single hit in the game until Arkansas first baseman Danielle Gibson hit a grounder that jumped off the bat. Florida second baseman Hannah Adams laid out to keep the ball on the dirt but couldn’t get the throw in.
Skylar Wallace barreled up an off-speed pitch on the outside corner of the plate, driving it more than 220 feet past the center-field wall.
Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium erupted in cheers as senior second baseman Hannah Adams was greeted with a standing ovation from Gator Nation Wednesday as she was announced in the starting lineup.
Senior pitcher Elizabeth Hightower battled all night at JoAnne Graf Field in Tallahassee, Florida.
With bated breath, the Florida gymnastics team huddled together, anticipating the final scores to be announced. Head coach Jenny Rowland encouraged her team and prepared them for the judges' decision.
Under the lights in Fort Worth, Texas, senior Trinity Thomas glided across the floor, tumbled with power and stuck her landings.
Senior Trinity Thomas’ flawless execution in her opening double layout pass on floor demanded the audience's attention.
It’s hard enough to score a single 10, but one perfect score on the night wasn’t enough for Florida senior Trinity Thomas.
Florida was nothing short of dominant at the 41st SEC Championship and will head back to Gainesville with new hardware.
The crowd at Auburn Arena had plenty to cheer for as Florida and Auburn traded 10s all night long and put on an electric showing.
Clifford Taylor IV attributes his success to one thing.
In front of the largest crowd in Exactech Arena history, Florida showed out during Senior Night in the last home meet of the season doing what they do best, breaking records and racking up wins – all in front of 9,685 adoring fans.
Senior Trinity Thomas was a show-stopper yet again.
A sold-out crowd inside the Stephen C. O’Connell Center saw double when glancing upon the center-hung jumbotron heading to the final rotation. Florida and Louisiana State were in a dead heat at 148.350.
What will it take to beat Gator gymnastics? Missouri battled Friday night, setting a program team score record with 197.625 and had 14 individual career highs, but still fell short of Florida’s 197.775.
Fans flooded the Stephen C. O’Connell Center in a sea of pink Friday night as Florida hosted its 16th annual Link to Pink meet, where school colors were left behind to support the fight against breast cancer.
Coming off a historic and exhilarating finish to beat No. 6 Alabama, the Gators hit the road Friday to take on the Georgia Bulldogs inside Stegeman Coliseum. Florida scored their season-best on bars scoring a 49.475, while Megan Skaggs recorded her second consecutive win in the all-around with another 39.525.