Florida lacrosse can’t afford to lose another game.
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At Florida lacrosse practice on Tuesday, a small group of players were out warming up 30 minutes before practice was actually supposed to begin. It wasn’t a typical, light warm up, either.
The word lose, in any form, isn’t one that has typically been tossed around Donald R. Dizney Stadium since the lacrosse team's conception in 2010.
Assistant coach Michelle Tumolo is one of the Gators’ most valuable assets when Florida lacrosse plays Syracuse.
No. 6 Florida defeated Niagara 21-4 for their sixth straight win.
It was more of the same on the lacrosse field this weekend for Florida, as yet another dominant performance gave the Gators their fourth straight victory.
Seven days will have been the longest break in between games that Florida lacrosse has had so far this season.
Just four games into the season, Florida appears to have found its groove.
On a frigid night at Donald R. Dizney Stadium, Florida continued its recent trend of domination to win its third game in a row and move one Gator even closer to history.
Following up a breakout freshman year can put a lot of pressure on a young player, especially one who is asked to do so much.
Any successful team is made up of more than just a talented starting lineup and a well-respected head coach.
Florida’s opening day loss is a thing of the past for the Gators, even if it was just a week ago.
Different year, same result. In 2014, Florida opened its regular season with a game against North Carolina and was humbled by a 20-8 loss. On Saturday, the No. 4 Gators (0-1) hosted the No. 2 Tar Heels (2-0) in Florida’s regular season opener and fell 17-11.