Kevin O’Sullivan has been around the block long enough to know that anything can happen in the game of baseball.
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Following a two-week span where absolutely nothing could go wrong for Kevin O’Sullivan and his players, the Florida baseball team came crashing back down to reality on Tuesday night.
While spring classes at the University of Florida may have wrapped up several weeks ago, Gators athletics certainly did not.
As Ryan Larson began to jog up the first-base line, Thomas Dillard took one look over his shoulder before turning back to face home plate.
No matter how hard he tried, James McArthur simply couldn’t put Christian Hicks away.
With the way Garrett Milchin has been swinging the bat at practice lately, Kevin O’Sullivan knew he needed to find room for him in UF’s lineup.
After a three-year drought of not seeing one of its players selected in the WNBA draft, the Florida women’s basketball team has once again sent a player to the pros.
The biggest storyline for Florida heading into this spring was its situation at quarterback.
When Feleipe Franks stepped foot on UF’s campus last Spring as an early enrollee, the level of hype and expectation surrounding his arrival was through the roof.
In the late 1980s, Jim McElwain was starting to get his feet wet by coaching as an assistant at Eastern Washington. Around the same time, he was approached with an opportunity that could have altered the course of his career.
When Cameron Newbauer answered his cell phone last week and was told he was being considered for the women’s basketball head coaching job at the University of Florida, a combination of shock and awe coursed through his body.
Growing up in Missoula, Montana, Jim McElwain fantasized about two sporting events he — one day — hoped to attend.
As Jim McElwain took to the lectern Monday morning for his weekly press conference and began to field questions about his football team, he looked on incredulously at the group of reporters sitting in front of him.
After nearly a decade at the helm of Florida women’s basketball, Amanda Butler’s days in Gainesville have come to a close.
Cruising down the floor of Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina, Ronni Williams charged towards the basket with the ball in her hands before coming to a screeching halt at the free-throw line.
Senior center Tyshara Fleming has accrued a lot of nicknames during her career at Florida.
Over the course of her 10 years at the helm of Florida women’s basketball, Amanda Butler has been anything but consistent.
As the game’s remaining seconds ticked away at the O’Connell Center, Amanda Butler motioned toward referee Kelly Johnson and asked for a 30-second timeout.
Ronni Williams gave the Gators everything she had on Thursday night.
With one week remaining in the regular-season schedule and the SEC Tournament looming, it’s finally starting to sink in for Ronni Williams that her, four-year journey at Florida is coming to an end.