It was a slow and methodical breakdown, Saturday against Loyola Maryland.
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When all else failed, Florida turned to junior midfielder Shannon Kavanagh, its hero of games past. But even Superman lost a battle, and as No. 10 Loyola limited Kavanagh’s production, her team also suffered through kryptonite-induced weakness.
Neither Buffaloes nor Terrapins have been able to stand in the way of the No. 3 Gators’ path this season.
Perry McGriff Jr. was a Gainesville mayor who donated more than 60 gallons of blood in his lifetime, and a cycling event next month is meant to honor him.
Following back-to-back wins against top-25 opponents, including this weekend’s upset win over No. 2 Maryland, the Gators rose nine spots to third in the Inside Lacrosse Poll. They also came in at No. 4 in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association poll.
For the second week in a row, junior midfielder Shannon Kavanagh proved to be the deciding factor for a Florida win.
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND — Redshirt freshman goalkeeper Sarah Reznick entered the season as the team’s starter following the graduation of Haley Hicklen.
Florida’s start to its season has all the makings of their own Groundhog Day-like story.
Damian Lillard has never been one to shy away from the spotlight.
Shannon Kavanagh made an attempt to drive towards Colorado goalkeeper, Julia Lisella. Tied at one with roughly 20 minutes remaining in the game’s first half, Florida’s junior midfielder was looking to give her team its first lead of the game.
Amanda O’Leary opened the first media availability of the season, exuding nothing but confidence.
With February forcing its way into our lives this weekend, it brings with it one of the most momentous occasions in the sport of football. The XFL returns on Feb. 8.
With nearly two weeks until the start of its season, Florida’s lacrosse team was named the favorite to win the American Athletic Conference, earning five of the six first-place votes in the 2020 Preseason Coaches’ Poll.
Florida found success in South Carolina for the second week in a row. Competing in the Gamecock Opener, it closed the meet with Cameron Miller and the women’s 4x400-relay team posting NCAA-leading times.