Sierra Brooks, as usual, led the UF women’s golf team into battle on Friday at the NCAA Championships in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
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A baseball cruised through the air and fell down just inside the right-field line as a stampede of Mississippi State Bulldog baseball players circled the bases, finally coming to rest after plating two runs.
Camaraderie. Togetherness. Team.
No tears dropped, but a soft, bittersweet smile found its way onto senior JJ Schwarz’s face. Giving a small wave, it finally hit him that his last season in a Florida baseball jersey would soon come to an end.
The young and the old showed up today for the Florida women’s golf team, as the Gators finished in a tie for third out of the 18-team field to advance to the NCAA Championship.
In round one of the NCAA Austin Regional, senior Taylor Tomlinson shot the second-worst score on her team. On Tuesday, in round two, she shot Florida’s highest score.
After a top five finish at the SEC Championship, sophomore Marta Perez was slipped into the number one spot for the Florida Gators women’s golf team. Having a lot of momentum going into the NCAA Regional, expectations were high for her.
Through nine holes, it looked like UF might stage an upset in match play of the SEC Tournament, going up 3-2 against Arkansas on Saturday. Down the stretch, however, the Gators couldn’t pull it off.
It was more of the same for the Florida women’s golf team during Round 3 of the SEC Tournament on Friday: not terrible, but certainly left a lot to be desired.
If some was bad, more was worse for the Florida women’s golf team on Thursday at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Birmingham, Alabama.
Compared to the rest of the SEC, the Florida women’s golf team played fairly well on Day 1 of the SEC tournament on Wednesday. For its own standards, however, UF left some to be desired as it finished with a score of 10 over, 12 strokes behind first-place Alabama.
This most likely wasn’t the weekend Florida’s women’s golf team was looking for in its final tuneup before the SEC tournament.
Sierra Brooks’ play was about the only thing that went well for the Florida women’s golf team in Georgia on Friday, as UF finished in 10th place out of 12 teams after two rounds at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic.
UF won two tournaments in a row and was riding high going into the Evans Derby Experience in Auburn, Alabama. But the wheels came off in, according to Urban Dictionary, the state without car inspections - as the Gators finished tied for sixth out of the 12 teams that participated.
Lauren Waidner prepared to tee off at the 11th hole of the Mark Bostick Golf Course on March 10.
After coming in first place in its previous two events, the Florida women’s golf team capped off a lackluster outing at the Evans Derby Invitational in Auburn, Alabama, on Tuesday afternoon.
It was much of the same for the Florida women’s golf team in Round 2 of the Evans Derby Experience in Auburn, Alabama, after a mediocre showing in Round 1 of the three-day event.
Last week, the Florida Gators women’s golf team won the SunTrust Gator Invitational while setting a tournament record by shooting even par. The week before, it ran away with a win at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship. This week at the Evans Derby Experience in Auburn, Alabama, however, an entirely different narrative was written.