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The clock is ticking to the start of the season.
This was going to be a breezy editorial leaning on the camaraderie of Gators across Alachua County doing their part to suppress the spread for the sake of sports. Instead, it’s a desperate call to action from a sports writer that wants to survive this fall semester.
After five hours of negotiation on I-75’s north-bound lane, a suspect wanted in connection to a North Port, Florida, homicide surrendered himself into custody, the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook.
For the third round in a row, a Gators player comes off the draft board.
In 1989, 7-year-old Ben Troupe donned his helmet and pads for the first time and ran onto the field for practice at the Swainsboro Recreation Department's football league in Swainsboro, Georgia.
Victoria Asgard woke up Wednesday prepared to find a silver lining in a virtual world brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Though the season was cut short, three Gators walked away with Inside Lacrosse Maverik Women's DI Media All-American honors Tuesday.
The Florida House of Representatives gave the final legislative approval of a bill that could allow college athletes within the state to make money from their name, image and likeness on Friday night. It would take effect on July 1, 2021.
Earlier this season, Florida point guard Andrew Nembhard was diagnosed with the flu. He was quarantined, and his roommates were given separate hotel rooms. Team managers disinfected their apartment on a level that would rival an operating room’s sterilization.
It started with her — and the game’s — first goal.
The Gators fell to a three-way tie for seventh in Monday's edition of the Inside Lacrosse Maverik Women's Division I Media Poll.
For 15 minutes, it appeared High Point would maintain steady control of Saturday’s game. Florida’s defense couldn’t find an answer to the Panthers’ repeated counter-attacks, and the offense struggled to evade pressure early-on.
The Gators couldn’t dig into its bag of tricks to mount a comeback at Scully-Fahey Field.
It had the makings of last weekend’s blowout loss at home against No. 5 Loyola-Maryland.
It was a week of highs and lows for the Gators.
It took 42 seconds for freshman attacker Kaala Puglisi to open today’s scoring.
The Gators dropped to eighth in the most recent Inside Lacrosse Maverik Women’s Division I Media Poll after their 17-6 drubbing at the hands of Loyola-Maryland Saturday at home.