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Thayer Hall is as advertised
As the Florida Gators athletics season winds down, we look back at some of the best athletes for the university. Our panel of Mark Stine, Chris O’Brien, Dylan Rudolph, Alanis Thames and Andrew Huang selected its nominees for the alligatorSports Athlete of the Year award:
Coach Dan Mullen will have another defensive lineman to work with next season.
The Florida men’s tennis team had its season come to an end after its last two doubles teams lost in the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships on Saturday. Even with the disappointing finish, the Gators’ 2018 campaign was full of excitement.
The sunshine and clear skies of the morning in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, became rain and lightning of the afternoon, forcing Day 4 of the NCAA Individual Tennis Championships to move indoors after three hours of rain delays.
The Florida men’s tennis team saw its final singles player lose in the NCAA Individual Championships. Its two doubles teams will move on to the next round.
The Florida men’s tennis team saw two doubles teams and a singles player advance in the Individual Men’s Tennis Championship in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on Thursday.
The Florida men’s tennis team had three players represent them in the Men’s Tennis Singles Championship in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on Wednesday, but only one will be moving on.
All eyes on him. Johannes Ingildsen is behind 5-2 of the third set in the final match with the team score tied at 3-3. A firmly hit forehand forces his opponent, Texas A&M’s Arthur Rinderknech, to desperately dive to return the ball and put him out of position.
McClain Kessler had only moments to realize what had happened before his teammates piled on top of him. A double fault by Ole Miss’s Zvonimir Babic ended a dream run for the Rebels and advanced the Gators to the quarterfinals. Kessler threw his hat in the air with joy and relief, Babic threw his at the wall with anger and frustration.
The Florida men’s tennis team returns to play after nearly a week off to compete in the Round of 16 of the NCAA Tournament and will meet Ole Miss in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on Friday at 7 p.m.
When the Florida men’s tennis team stepped onto the court for the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, it looked a little younger than its opponents. Where experience trumped all for other teams, talent in the young core prevailed for the Gators.
Like he’d done all day, junior Alfredo Perez sent a powerful forehand over the net that his opponent could not handle. One last stretch, but it was out of reach.
The Florida Gators stepped onto a blazing court that registered up to 100 degrees and into their 28th consecutive NCAA Tournament.
The Florida men’s tennis team fought until the end but lost to the Mississippi State Bulldogs 4-2 in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
With the sky clear and the sun beating down in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the Florida men’s tennis team bested Vanderbilt 4-1 in the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament.
As fans filed out of the Ring Tennis Complex on Friday for the last time this season, senior Chase Perez-Blanco, along with fellow seniors Jordan Belga and Josh Wardell, stayed on the court.
Senior Chase Perez-Blanco held back tears after the Gators’ final regular season match as he reflected on his career at the University of Florida.
After a four-match road trip, the No. 10 Florida men’s tennis team finally returns home on Friday for the final match of the regular season.
The No. 9 Florida men’s tennis team swept the LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge on Sunday 7-0 to give coach Bryan Shelton his 100th win at UF.