Sports | Gymnastics
An extra week off from competition could be just what No. 5 Florida needed before preparing to make a run at postseason titles during the Southeastern Conference and NCAA championships.
On a night when her entire team performed well and swept first place in every event, UF coach Rhonda Faehn was most proud of how the Gators performed on the balance beam.
When Amanda Castillo partially tore her left Achilles tendon last season, she wasn’t sure what her place on Florida’s gymnastics team would be moving forward.
When No. 4 Florida faces off against No. 16 Auburn tonight at 8, the team will be wary of a letdown.
When the Gators needed her most, freshman Ashanée Dickerson came through for them Friday night against rival Georgia.
The No. 4 Gators want people to know heading into tonight’s meet against No. 7 Georgia the rivalry between the schools extends beyond the football field.
Florida traveled to Tuscaloosa, Ala., wanting to prove how well it could perform against a great opponent in front of a hostile crowd.
Florida traveled to Tuscaloosa, Ala., wanting to prove how well it could perform against a great opponent and in front of a large road crowd.
Coach Rhonda Faehn doesn’t need to stress to her team the opportunity that will be presented to it when it visits No. 2 Alabama (4-1, 3-1 Southeastern Conference) tonight at 8:30 in Coleman Coliseum.