After a record-breaking meet for many athletes last week in South Carolina, the Florida Track and Field team travels to Fayetteville, Arkansas, for the Tyson Invitational inside the Randal Tyson Track Center.
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Florida’s busy weekend began on Friday and spilled over into Saturday as the cross country and track and field teams competed in the South Carolina Invitational.
A short time ago, a Zoom call wouldn’t be how one would imagine one of the most celebrated coaches in NCAA women’s soccer history would announce her retirement.
The Florida soccer team released its spring schedule in a tweet Friday.
In a meet 330 days in the making, Florida walked away from the Carolina Challenge T-third place with four victories.
The Florida track and field team will head to the Palmetto State to compete in the Carolina Challenge in Columbia, South Carolina, Saturday.
Florida forward Deanne Rose was selected with the tenth and final pick of the first round by the NC Courage at the National Women’s Soccer League Draft Wednesday night.
The Florida track and field team finalized its spring schedule, according to a Friday tweet.
Incoming freshman Michael Fiore signed with UF, the Gators announced Wednesday.
What most would consider a difficult season came to an end for Florida as the SEC Championships, the fourth and final meet of the season, took place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Friday.
The Florida men’s and women’s cross country teams will travel to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to compete in the SEC Championships at the LSU Cross Country Course Friday morning. This is the fourth time that LSU will host the championship meet.
Both Gators cross country teams finished in the bottom half of their respective races at the Blazer Classic Friday, with the men finishing sixth and the women finishing ninth.
Florida will travel to Alabama to compete in the Blazer Classic for its last meet of the regular season Friday. This is the first time in program history that Florida will run in this meet hosted by the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Florida traveled to Tallahassee for their second meet of the season, the FSU Invitational. The men’s squad finished fourth, while the women’s team finished seventh.
Friday brings the second meet for the Florida cross country team, as they travel to Tallahassee to compete in the FSU Invitational at Apalachee Regional Park. Both the men’s and women’s teams look to finish as they did last year: first.
The opening meet of the season for Florida took place Friday morning as the Mountain Dew Invitational took place at Mark Bostick Golf. The Gators took third as they welcomed three ACC schools to the Swamp in Florida State University, University of Miami, and Georgia Tech.
Every sport has dealt with challenges presented by COVID-19 this year. As a new season begins on Friday for UF, it too has had to change.
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Florida returned to Gainesville after a two game trip in Alabama to face LSU and host its first SEC game of the season.
Florida had their second match in Alabama this weekend on Sunday afternoon after a win against Alabama on Friday evening. This time the opponent was Auburn, and, in a match that went down to a tie-breaker, the Gators left the Heart of Dixie with two important conference wins under its belt.