Shainah Joseph launched herself upward from the right side of the court. The redshirt senior hung in mid-air, wound up and spiked the ball straight into the middle of Tennessee’s defense. No one on the home team could return it.
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Florida’s volleyball players usually say they take things one match at a time because their only focus is the next opponent.
Rhamat Alhassan launched herself straight up in front the net, as if she was on a pogo stick, and did what she does better than all but two players in the country.
Shock is all Steve Rogers felt when he heard the news, as he was lying in his hospital bed, recovering from surgery on his ruptured pancreas.
The Gators are beginning to bounce back from their biggest disappointment of the season.
The No. 4 Gators are looking to rebound from a 3-1 home loss at the hands of then-No. 8 Kentucky on Sunday.
As Florida’s libero, it’s not Caroline Knop’s job to score, but her perfectly-placed service ace split two Ole Miss defenders, sealing the deal on the road against Ole Miss on Friday.
Seven weeks into the season the 13-0, top-ranked Gators have won their first five SEC matches and face Ole Miss and No. 8 Kentucky this weekend.
Down 24-19 in the third set, Florida — on the brink of losing just its eighth set in 13 matches this season — turned to sophomore Chanelle Hargreaves, who served three consecutive times, each ending in a Florida point.
It took Rhamat Alhassan three tries before she made the final point count.
Carli Snyder — who leads the SEC in service aces — went almost three full sets without one.
The Gators volleyball team has only been pushed to a fifth and final set twice this season.
Up 14-13 with the match on the line, Allie Monserez set up Florida's kill leader, Carli Snyder, to put away a dogfight between the Gators and the Razorbacks in Arkansas.
The No. 3 Gators (8-0) travel to Fayetteville, Arkansas, to take on the Razorbacks (11-2) in their SEC opener on Sunday at 2 p.m. EST.
Dec. 3, 2016 was a date to forget for the Florida Gators.
Mary Wise will be the first to tell you she doesn’t care how many wins she has.
After Hurricane Irma forced a 12-day layover for the Gators, some wondered if third-ranked Florida would show some rust against Florida A&M.
Despite the cancellation of the Active Ankle Challenge, which included matches against No. 23 Michigan State, American and North Carolina Greensboro, the No. 3 Gators found a way to be productive.
**** This game has been canceled due to Hurricane Irma ****
This season might be different.