For much of the game on Saturday, Florida defended their own goal. Its first shot of the game would not come until the third period when redshirt senior Parker Roberts blasted a shot which whisked just over the crossbar.
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Florida failed to claw out of the depths after rival Florida State bolstered a 5-0 lead in the second inning.
Coach Mary Wise turned to her three most consistent players to answer a significant Arkansas run: outside hitters Thayer Hall, T’ara Ceasar and right side hitter Holly Carlton.
The bleachers cleared, concessions closed and the front gate locked.
With about five minutes remaining in the first half, the Gators made it clear they meant business as midfielder Shelton Sawers ripped one past Stetson’s goalkeeper to put them in the double digits. Then, Florida prevailed in the eye of the storm.
Colby Halter stepped into the batter’s box in the bottom of the eighth inning. Three of his teammates resided on the bases. They all slowly crept off their bags, taking leads generous enough to reach home on any contact.
From two different locations, the emotions come in a variety after the women give it their all in Athens, GA but eventually got rolled over in a 4-1 defeat while the men commanded the dawgs to lay down in a 4-0 sweep.
The Gators needed a strong performance from senior Alyssa Baumann after they ruled out junior Trinity Thomas with an ankle injury 30 minutes before the meet.
T’ara Ceasar sent shockwaves through the O’Connell Center, firing a match-clinching kill to vault Florida over Arkansas. The victory brings the Gators’ winning streak to eight games.
One person is dead and another is injured following a shooting with several Alachua County Sheriff’s deputies in Gainesville Friday.
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.
The Gators will head down to DeLand, Florida, to face the Stetson Hatters Saturday in their home opener.
Two large tanks sat tucked in the rows of creatures at Gator City Reptiles. In one, a large male gecko perched fearlessly on a piece of driftwood. The other sat empty.
A second lawsuit was filed against Uber and the drivers involved in the fatal pedestrian crash that killed one UF student and injured four others.
Minority Party members are losing representation in Student Government after the Gator Party won the executive ticket, which includes the Student Body president, vice president and treasurer positions. Gator also gained a supermajority in Senate, holding about 80 of the 100 seats.
Eight Santa Fe College students and one employee reported testing positive for COVID-19 between Feb. 23 and Monday — the same number of cases as last week.
Coach Jenny Rowland believed freshman Ellie Lazzari would record her first 10 versus Auburn. Rowland felt elated after her dazzling balance beam routine because the freshman finally replicated what she displayed in practices.
It may not be The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, but it’s still rivalry week for Florida tennis. The men’s and women’s squads prepare to take on the Georgia Bulldogs, whose teams hold a 13-3 combined record.
Up two points with around two minutes left in the final quarter, Kentucky guard Rhyne Howard used a ball screen to gain leverage on Florida forward Faith Dut en route to the basket.
In a long-awaited rematch, No. 5 Florida will face fierce rivals No. 16 Florida State (10-3) in a two-game series Friday at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium and Saturday in Tallahassee, Florida.