Sports | Women's Basketball
The charity stripe has not been kind to the Florida women’s basketball team throughout the first half of the regular season.
When Florida’s women’s basketball team faced Wake Forest in the second round of the West Palm Beach Invitational, its top-four scorers: guards Lavender Briggs, Kiara Smith and Kristina Moore as well as forward Zada Williams got plenty of buckets. And they scored at an efficient pace -- all four combined to shoot 57 percent from the field.
Florida’s women’s basketball team secured just eight wins in the 2018-19 campaign, with its final one coming in the 30th game of the season.
Florida’s women’s basketball team had a much-needed rest after splitting a two-game road trip.
Things were looking grim for Florida’s women’s basketball team heading into the fourth quarter on Thursday night.
Florida’s women’s basketball team was undefeated heading into Friday’s battle against No. 18 Indiana. Up to that point, the Gators had defeated four unranked opponents by an average margin of victory of 18.5 points per game.
Florida’s women’s basketball team has relied heavily on its backcourt tandem of point guard Kiara Smith and shooting guard Lavender Briggs.
Florida guard Kiara Smith had a forgettable start to Monday’s game against Presbyterian despite playing every second of the opening half.
More than 1,000 elementary school kids come to the O’Connell Center once a year to watch Florida Women’s basketball on field trip day. And this year, they’ll watch an undefeated Gators team for the first time since the 2016-17 season, when Florida began 4-0.
To say that Florida’s women’s basketball team struggled on the road last season is an understatement.
Florida’s women’s basketball team was engaged in a back-and-forth battle with Grambling State on Tuesday night.