Florida’s women’s basketball team has relied heavily on its backcourt tandem of point guard Kiara Smith and shooting guard Lavender Briggs.
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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.
Twenty minutes of basketball, 23 three-point attempts and zero points.
The Florida women’s basketball team held its preseason media day Thursday, and coach Cam Newbauer and the players got to share their thoughts on the offseason and the season to come. They spoke a lot on improvement from last season and had a new-found confidence. Here are three areas the team addressed for the upcoming season:
The Florida women’s basketball season came to an end last Thursday in Greenville, South Carolina, with an 87-56 loss to Missouri in the second round of the SEC Tournament.
The sparse Florida crowd at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina, sheepishly tried to revitalize the players, but only in vain.
Ole Miss coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin desperately tried to motivate her team during the final timeout of the game. She slammed her clipboard to the ground and pounded her fist against her red leather jacket looking for a reaction from her players, but she was met with silence.
Guard Funda Nakkasoglu stepped to the free-throw line amid a monster, 23-point performance.
It was all smiles before Thursday night’s game at the O’Connell Center as Florida honored its lone senior, Funda Nakkasoglu, on Senior Night.
It was over early.