Sports | Women's Basketball
Shimmy Gray-Miller still vividly remembers the first time she met Kay Yow.
As loss after loss continued to pile on to the Gators’ conference record earlier this month, Amanda Butler finally hit her breaking point. She couldn’t take it anymore.
Sunday wasn’t supposed to be easy for freshman guard Delicia Washington.
Ronni Williams and Delicia Washington trotted toward halfcourt before meeting each other with a chest bump as the final buzzer sounded at the O’Connell Center.
Brooke Copeland, the junior forward from Cleveland, Tennessee, is simply focused on one thing.
All five players on the court for Florida sprinted to the defensive end of the floor, positioned themselves into a 2-3 zone and fiercely slapped the hardwood of the O’Connell Center with the palms of their hands.
Florida women’s basketball coach Amanda Butler was less than pleased with her team’s effort following its seventh loss in nine SEC games this season.
As Haley Lorenzen watched the ball rattle around the rim and into the basket to begin the third quarter, Florida’s bench exploded with roars and cheers.
Shimmy Gray-Miller still gets angry when she watches film of Florida’s last game against Texas A&M.
Every single day before practice, each member of the Florida women’s basketball team takes a moment to reflect on what they’re thankful for and writes it down on a piece of paper.
Amanda Butler has been dealt a bad hand all season.
For the first time in almost two months, Elif Portakal laced up her sneakers, pulled on her uniform and stepped onto a court to play in a women’s college basketball game.
Delicia Washington’s teammates and coaches have recently begun referring to her as "WIP," a nickname she originally received from head coach Amanda Butler.
As the final two minutes of the first quarter began to tick down, Ronni Williams stood at the top of the key, ball in her hands, and stared down defender Jasmine Lumpkin.
The Florida women’s basketball team has faced a brutal start to SEC play, and its conference record continues to deteriorate.