While UF students enjoyed nearly a month away from their coursework in Gainesville, its student-athletes continued their schedules through the holiday season.
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After a dominant weekend sweep against a top-15 LSU team, the Gators look to continue their dominant form against a pesky Jacksonville team Wednesday.
As a despondent Gator squad walked off the court after a devastating collapse to Oral Roberts March 21, the team’s varied reactions told a story.
As Julia Cottrill roped a high fly-ball toward the left field line, the 850 fans in attendance peered toward the outfield fence with baited breath to see where her blast would land.
Karissa Ornelas just needed to make contact with Florida pitcher Elizabeth Hightower’s delivery.
I didn’t think much of the mask on my face as I sat in the back of an Uber in downtown Indianapolis, on my way to cover Sunday’s NCAA Tournament game.
With a heartfelt message to Gator nation, star guard Tre Mann announced his intention to forgo his junior season and enter the NBA Draft.
INDIANAPOLIS — Coach Mike White sat on his podium, red-faced and teary-eyed, and endured a media barrage Sunday night.
When Mike White spoke to his team after it’s 75-70 over Virginia Tech, he said the second half was a microcosm of Florida’s turbulent and difficult season.
With two minutes left, Florida basketball’s opening-round win in the NCAA tournament seemed guaranteed as center Colin Castleton swatted a layup attempt into the hardwood.
As the Hickory Huskers of silver screen fame gaped at the concourses of Hinkle Fieldhouse, coach Norman Dale picked up a tape measure and marched to the foul line.
As Elizabeth Hightower made the 150-foot trek from Florida’s bullpen to the pitcher’s circle, she traversed carefully kempt outfield grass, a loaded base path and the paralyzing pressure of SEC softball.
When Florida and Tennessee met last Sunday, the Volunteers cut into a 13-point deficit late in the first half before cruising to victory during a dominant second half.
The goal in March is to survive and advance — a simple adage that nearly fell on deaf ears against Vanderbilt Wednesday afternoon.
COVID-19 punched the sports world in the face 365 days ago.
As Tennessee guard Keon Johnson eyed up an offensive rebound in the shadow of three oncoming Gators, the freshman leapt with a Florida trio that was taller and more experienced.
As Mitchell Smith fired celebratory arrows into the Florida crowd after a clutch three-pointer, a noticeable chunk of the O’Connell Center streamed toward the exits.
As Tre Mann crossed over, stepped back and sank a clutch mid range jumper Saturday, the sophomore guard clinched a 71-67 victory over Kentucky and cemented an NCAA Tournament bid for all but the nerviest Florida basketball fans.
After Florida guard Tre Mann salchowed his way to the rim for a soft layup attempt, Kentucky darted down the floor for four free throws following a coach Mike White technical.
As the game clock ticked inside the final minute, venerated Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari interrupted a stagnant offensive possession with his final time-out