After a turnover by North Carolina, sophomore midfielder Sydney Pirreca received a pass on a clear.
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No. 4 Florida’s biggest issues during its loss to No. 1 North Carolina on Feb. 11 was its inability to win most of the draw controls.
On a lineup full of returning players for the No. 3 Gators lacrosse team, one name stands out every time.
When the No. 3 Florida lacrosse team played No. 1 North Carolina on Saturday, one thing was noticeably different from last season’s game.
After its defeat to Penn State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the Florida lacrosse team lost 10 seniors to graduation.
As the Florida lacrosse team walked off the field on Jan. 14 in Bradenton, it had a lot to be proud of.
Last season was one of the best seasons in Florida lacrosse program history.
The No. 2 Florida lacrosse team was close to clinching its fourth NCAA Quarterfinal appearance in program history. Instead, one of UF’s most promising campaigns came to a surprising end Sunday afternoon.
Fresh off a 16-4 shellacking of Temple to win its second-straight Big East Tournament title, the No. 2 Florida lacrosse team was named the No. 2 overall seed in the 26-team NCAA Tournament on Sunday.
For the second-straight season, Florida finished the Big East Tournament as the final team standing.
The Gators were without junior midfielders Mollie Stevens and Carli Marsh.
After No. 2 Florida flicked a season-best 37 shots and let up just one goal per half in a 16-2 win over Vanderbilt last weekend, it’s hard to imagine that the Gators had much to work on leading up to Saturday’s noon slate against Temple at home.