Nevermind a season-opening 12-game road trip.
Sports | Women's Basketball
The Florida Gators women’s basketball team’s recruiting class has quickly settled in, rapidly developing a rapport with teammates and coaches alike.
The tone in Amanda Butler’s voice conveyed palpable disappointment.
Alabama’s schedule is unusual.
As the Florida women's basketball team trailed Georgia 42-25 in the third quarter last week, the clock stopped for a timeout. The Gators huddled on the sideline waiting for instruction, motivation or some combination of the two.
Florida’s women’s basketball team is surging, and people are taking notice.
Head coach Amanda Butler has long said that one of the most important things she does as a coach is develop good people — not just good basketball players.
When the Gators take the court tonight against No. 12 Tennessee, one of the team’s greatest assets won’t see any game time.
There’s a line from the Pixar film “The Incredibles” that, despite its insulting intention in the movie, accurately sums up this season’s Gator women’s basketball team.
On Monday afternoon, the Gators will find themselves in a fairly familiar position.
It wasn’t easy, but as it often has this season, the Florida women’s basketball team found a way to win.
Following their matchup with a perennial cellar dweller, the Gators will now face a contest with the cream of the Sun Belt Conference crop.
Florida’s game against South Alabama on Tuesday night was reminiscent of Charles Dickens’ novel “A Tale of Two Cities.”
It must feel pretty good to be a member of the Florida women’s basketball program right now.
In both 2009 and 2010, current Gator guard Carlie Needles arrived at the Coors Events Center in Boulder, Colorado, with high hopes.