The Gators dug themselves an even deeper hole in the SEC Championship Thursday and shot a collective 9-over-par, which brought their tournament total to 15-over-par.
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The warmth of spring didn’t stop Tuscaloosa, Alabama temperature to drop into the mid-30s. The athletes’ breath exhumed from their mouths with every strike and return.
Cheyenne Lindsey swung a hard hit to right field and up over the fence to then prance the bases. She ran home Hannah Adams and bolstered the Gators scoreboard with a two-point advantage.
The Gators men’s golf team struggled out of the gate in the SEC Championship Wednesday and shot 6-over-par. They are tied for ninth place with Missouri and Texas A&M and are 11 shots back of the leading Georgia Bulldogs.
The doors cracked open Monday morning on the Florida Gators’ team bus. Player by player, the men’s squad stepped off the vehicle in their color-coordinated, orange t-shirts.
Prior to this past weekend, Florida’s softball team acted like a college student just before their first exam.
After a long season full of wins, losses and COVID-19 cancellations, the Florida Gators finally travel to St. Simons Island, Georgia, to compete in the 2021 SEC Championship.
Tears pooled in senior Megan Skaggs’ eyes as she finished her uneven bars routine.
Jordan Carrion threw one pitch on his 20th birthday, but it was enough for his first collegiate save.
A new set of legislation signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis Monday will affect community gatherings and protests deemed violent by law enforcement.
With campus tours at reduced capacity and new student Preview, which helps students transition to UF with tours and advising, held online, UF class of 2025 students are worried about how well they can get to know their new college.
UF Student Government is pushing the university to take its first step toward green, clean energy. Senate unanimously passed a resolution April 13 calling for the university to commit to 100% renewable energy by 2040.
Large gathering at T.B. McPherson Center on Easter Sunday sparks stricter rule enforcement from city
East Gainesville residents who regularly use a recreation center for community events are facing stricter enforcement of rules and regulations from the city after a large gathering on Easter.
Rounding out the last week of classes before final exams, UF’s on-campus COVID-19 testing has remained at a 1% positivity rate and quarantine numbers have continued to drop.
Fifteen Santa Fe College employees and students reported testing positive for COVID-19 between April 13 and Monday.
Alachua County Public Schools had 162 students and faculty in quarantine as of Tuesday night — an increase of about 20 since April 13, according to the school district’s COVID-19 dashboard.
Wisconsin held match point up 14-12 in the fifth set. Florida needed to rattle off two-straight points to force overtime where a team had to win by two.
Crystals hold different meanings for Sandra Romero and Saul Flores.
Greg Toth’s music lives in bowling alleys, restaurants, bicycle shops and bars. He doesn’t make a spectacle.
Today’s dating landscape can feel frigid, but Gators are gearing up to break the ice.