Florida failed to claw out of the depths after rival Florida State bolstered a 5-0 lead in the second inning.
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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.
Jaimie Hoover stepped to the plate in the first inning and rocked a sky-high bomb that rainbowed over the right field wall for her first home run of the season.
Florida softball kicked down the door of the 2021 season and entered guns ablazing. But as fans focus on the rubble of success around the team, attention to detail may be lost.
Junior third baseman Charla Echols stepped up to the plate with bases loaded and two outs to clutch the dub with a walk-off RBI single.
The 2020 Florida softball team was riding a six-game win streak.
Florida completed its third and fourth shutout victories in the final day of the Bubly Invitational. The Gators took a 4-0 win over Charlotte and mercy ruled Georgia Southern 11-0.
Rain drops thinner than pin needles tickled the air as No. 7 Florida dug into the clay at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. The skies dried up just in time for the Gators’ first pitch at home in 11 months.
339 days. That's how long the Gators have gone without playing another team.
Florida’s softball team set its official conference schedule Friday, according to a tweet.
Gravel crackles under plastic wheels as avid skaters venture out on a leisurely roll through Depot Park in Gainesville. Some are geared from head to toe with helmets, wrist guards and knee pads. Others wear nothing but a smile.
Voices muffled by masks, microphones out of range, professors’ divided attention.
The number of UF applicants didn’t go down this year, students just procrastinated.
The world looks different during COVID-19, but the daunting task of studying for post-graduate entrance exams is still weighing on students’ minds.
Classic holiday tunes played over the bustle of midday traffic as students decorated holiday cards outside Turlington Hall.
UF students have spent hours phone banking, community organizing and speech writing this election to get their fellow students to the polls in the weeks leading up to election day Tuesday.
Translated by Sofia Echeverry
Glenn Altschuler, a self-proclaimed political junkie, emphasized Florida’s political importance to UF students over Zoom less than a week away from Election Day.
Smiling eyes and the faint fragrance of shaving cream greet patrons as they enter the barbershop on the ground floor of UF’s Reitz Union. The grey tile floors, black leather chairs and Gator sports memorabilia bring a sense of old school, hometown comfort to the building’s business-oriented atmosphere.
As the November election approaches despite the COVID-19 pandemic, UF students both on and off campus have different options for how to cast their vote.