A shot of redemption hung in the balance not just for the Gators as a whole, but individually for sophomore Josie Kuhlman as well.
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Senior Brianna Morgan has found herself in the same situation a few times this season: A third set in the last match.
This weekend will be another test for the Florida women's tennis team as they face two highly-ranked teams at home.
Heading into last weekend, Florida women’s tennis coach Roland Thornqvist knew he needed to get his team prepared.
You would normally see Spencer Liang and Peggy Porter on the sideline cheering on their teammates and anxiously waiting for their opportunity for Florida’s women’s tennis team.
A tight first two sets brought junior Belinda Woolcock’s and Shannon Hudson’s match to the third set.
She was put in the same situation before.
The Florida women’s tennis team has done well against top-ranked teams.
Stanford has always been a challenging opponent for the Florida women’s tennis team, especially for the players who have been on the team the longest.
Teams that have long breaks in between games usually come out rusty.
The last time Florida took on Clemson, the match came down to the wire.
The Gators must've really wanted their coach to shave.
Florida women’s tennis coach Roland Thornqvist has stressed the importance of doubles play.
Leading 6-0, senior Brianna Morgan was up 6-5 in the third set of Florida’s final match. And after numerous rallies, Morgan hit one home, clinching the sweep for UF.
The doubles point is something that coach Roland Thornqvist has stressed over and over again.
The No. 3 Florida women’s tennis team reigns supreme in the state of Florida.
Coming off an impressive showing in doubles, sophomore Anna Danilina took the court for a singles match for the first time as a Gator.
After a heartbreaking 4-3 loss to Vanderbilt in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals last May in which Florida squandered a 3-1 lead, the Gators have been eager to get back on the court and make another deep run.
The first topic discussed when coach Roland Thornqvist met with the media on Monday was junior Belinda Woolcock and her doubles match at the Australian open.
The No. 3 Florida women’s tennis team traveled to Las Vegas over the weekend to participate in the 14th annual Freeman Memorial Women’s Tennis Championships at the Fertitta Tennis Complex.