A change of scenery can be beneficial.
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Florida’s men’s golf team traveled to Las Vegas with high expectations after winning the Southern Highlands Invitational last year.
Navy coach Cindy Timchal searched for a way to stop Florida’s high-powered offense.
Florida’s women’s lacrosse team is not used to losing, especially two games in a row.
Sophomore midfielder Shannon Kavanagh analyzed the Loyola defense as she moved toward the net.
Florida’s women’s lacrosse team dejectedly walked off the field after the final whistle blew at the Ridley Athletic Complex in Baltimore, Maryland.
Florida’s women’s lacrosse team will not have the benefit of playing at home for the next month.
How much can change in a year?
Florida’s men’s golf team was tied for fourth place in the Florida Gators Invitational after two rounds on Saturday, seven strokes behind first-place Vanderbilt.
The Gators played their second game in under 48 hours, but that didn’t seem to affect them.
Senior goalkeeper Haley Hicklen reached into the back of her net to retrieve the ball for a fifth time in the opening 10 minutes of the game.
Seniors on the Florida lacrosse team have played Maryland three times throughout their collegiate careers.
The Gators’ lacrosse team is experiencing déjà vu heading into its second game of the 2019 campaign.
It took only 65 seconds for Florida’s lacrosse team to score its first goal of the 2019 season.
Athletes know the feeling all too well.
Players leaving, coaching changes and evolving tactics all affect the preparation of a team and how it performs from season to season.
Florida’s swimming and diving teams travel to Alabama this Saturday to face Auburn at the James E. Martin Aquatic Center, looking to remain undefeated in conference play.
Coach Mike Holloway and the Florida track and field program will attempt to add more trophies to its display case this upcoming season — just like it has done for the past decade.
A total of 45 former Gators were on 24 NFL teams by the end of the 2018 regular season.