UF’s chances at revenge ended before many revelers even found their seats Wednesday evening.
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Open weekends are rarities for most softball teams in a normal season.
Nearly eight years have passed since the last time UF lost to USF.
Charla Echols took a 2-2 pitch in the first inning as it exploded off her bat and landed in the pine trees just over the center field wall to put Florida ahead 2-0.
As Hannah Adams arrived at the plate in the fifth inning, Florida had built a fragile 3-0 from two walks and a single.
The weekend can wash away the week’s stress.
After back-and-forth volleys, Texas A&M freshman Claire Jeter whacked the ball right into the waiting arms of Lauren Dooley and T’ara Ceasar, who slammed it to the Aggies side.
It felt like the same song, second verse for Florida shortshop Kinsey Goelz in the second inning when she took the 1-1 pitch from Mississippi State ace Annie Willis and blasted it to left field. Two nights before, she hit her first career home run to the same side against Willis.
Florida redshirt senior Holly Carlton stood at the service line in the third set. With a clamoring crowd, she prepared for her final serve at the O’Connell Center.
Florida shortstop Kinsey Goelz descended on home plate in the fourth inning in only her third start of the season. On a 2-2 pitch with two outs, Goelz bombed the ball into the Starkville night sky and over the left field wall to give the Gators a 1-0 lead.
Every team benefits from a little blip in their schedule.
Second baseman Ali Aguilar paraded up to the plate Tuesday night at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium.
Florida softball coach Tim Walton remembers when it all began descending: March 11, 2020.
It’s been nearly two years since the last time UF played a ranked SEC opponent.
The Gators volleyball waited for months with bated breath to play a ranked opponent.
COVID-19 punched the sports world in the face 365 days ago.
Jaimie Hoover strode to home plate in the bottom of the sixth inning with the bases loaded, and a chance to win the game.
Charla Echols stood at the plate with a full count in the bottom of the fourth inning. The next pitch exploded off her bat, blasting 30 feet over the right-center field wall for her third home run of the season.
New Mexico State will serve as a speed bump on the road toward a tense weekend for the Gators.
Second baseman Hannah Adams bailed out Florida’s lackluster offense with a walk-off bomb in the eighth inning of its 1-0 win over McNeese State. The Gators had defeated Louisville in game one 2-0.