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“Put him to sleep!”
Center fielder Cheyenne Lindsey exited the batter’s box just as fast as she entered. She smashed the first pitch over the center field wall for a two-run homer in the fifth inning.
South Carolina catcher Colin Burgess stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the second inning.
Midfielder Lindsey Durkota ran nearly the entire field.
A blue canopy, lined with clothing racks, stood out in a white ocean.
As a despondent Gator squad walked off the court after a devastating collapse to Oral Roberts March 21, the team’s varied reactions told a story.
Skyler Cuevas vividly remembers seeing a parent’s face light up as their child received specialized tutoring through the UF chapter of Children Beyond Our Borders. Now, as the president of the chapter, Cuevas and her team are adapting to the changes COVID-19 brought them and the migrant families they serve.
Protestors sat on a hill in Depot Park, folding 1,000 origami cranes — a nod to the ancient Japanese tradition, senbazuru, which is said to grant a holy wish. The cranes will showcase collective strength along with written messages about hate against Asians to create a virtual message garden.
A year after UF’s campus shut down due to COVID-19, the university’s first in-person socially distanced live music event marked a return to normalcy.
Kendall Lindsay made her decision about where to go to college with one key thought in mind –– how her family would afford degrees for its graduating triplets.
Defined lines from years of working outside adorn Lennon Fisher’s face — just like the bountiful rows of fruits and vegetables that decorate his family farm.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis expanded the eligibility of COVID-19 vaccines to people 40 years or older starting March 29 and those 18 and older starting April 5.
Senior Kendyl Lindaman eagerly awaited her perfect pitch. She loaded up on a 3-1 count, roped a homerun over center field and extended Florida’s lead to two.
Florida pitcher Jack Leftwich and South Carolina designated hitter Wes Clarke both desperately needed to reverse momentum.
Ben Specht needed one more strike.
As Julia Cottrill roped a high fly-ball toward the left field line, the 850 fans in attendance peered toward the outfield fence with baited breath to see where her blast would land.
Senior Grace Haus eagerly darted to the Bearcats net from midfield.
Florida sat on the verge of another sweep. It led 21-17, but soon unraveled as the Aggies tied the set.
Claire Bryant waited patiently under the tent in the middle of the field while the officials raked.