The Gators sit in fourth place after a collective 8-over-par Monday.
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Florida pitcher Natalie Lugo struck out Georgia first baseman Lacey Fincher. Fincher turned toward her dugout but stumbled as the lights at Jack Turner Stadium blacked out. Almost half an hour later, the lights illuminated Florida’s series comeback over Georgia.
The Gators look to gain momentum before the upcoming SEC Tournament as they travel to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to compete in the LSU Tiger Golf Classic April 6 and 7.
Tommy Mace bellowed as he retired the final Rebel Friday night. The home crowd cheered the series-opening victory over Ole Miss.
Payton Richards floated through the air with unbreakable focus until gravity pulled her down. She froze upon landing and unleashed an infectious smile in front of a socially distant, sold-out O’Connell Center versus Kentucky. She scored a 9.875 that tied her career-best on floor.
The Gators hold a four-shot advantage entering round two of competition of the Calusa Cup.
UF is offering COVID-19 vaccines on campus for students, faculty and staff.
In preparation for another Spring semester in the COVID-19 pandemic, UF set aside three dorms for COVID-19 positive students to quarantine in, but much of the space went unused as positivity rates fell.
A local car dealership is trying to make amends after a customer found an anti-Asian message written on a sanitation bottle inside the store.
Charla Echols took a 2-2 pitch in the first inning as it exploded off her bat and landed in the pine trees just over the center field wall to put Florida ahead 2-0.
The Gators were pushed back this season more times than one can count, but they still fought their way to the NCAA Championships in Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday.
With an SEC regular season championship on the line, Florida senior Josh Goodger had the weight of the world on his shoulders in his third set battle with Yasha Zemel.
As Joseph Fahnbulleh stood in his lane before the gun went off for the 100m, Fall Out Boy’s ‘Centuries’ filled the air at Percy Beard Track.
April will be bookmarked by big moments for Kyle Pitts.
After a match that ended a little too close for comfort Friday, the top-ranked Gators will now move on and start fresh against a new opponent: the Kentucky Wildcats.
The ball zoomed off the rackets of Florida duo Layne Sleeth and Ida Jarskog into Vandy’s Emma Kurtz and Marcella Cruz to ignite a chaotic final rally. The opponents did everything they could to break the cycle but the couples traded blows for more than ten rallies.
Baylee Goddard ran the diamond home for the first time this season with a powerful hit over the left field foul line and over the fence and gave Florida a two-point advantage shortly into the second inning. Georgia quickly stole her shining moment an inning later.
Attacker Grace Haus dashed into the 12-meter fan early.
Just as in Florida’s final game in Gainesville, “Becky Burleigh” filled the air in the final seconds of the match.
Junior Nya Reed’s false start on her first vault attempt caused her performance to unravel.