Age before beauty doesn’t really describe Florida’s lacrosse team, but that’s mainly because it has nothing to do with teams or even sports.
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The final 10 minutes of a game can contain more pressure than the first 50 minutes combined for a goalkeeper.
Beating a team 17-3 in the first half is not winning — it’s complete dominance.
No. 4 Florida is moving on up.
After graduating 13 seniors in 2013, the No. 5 Gators (4-1) are quickly working to strengthen their depleted defense.
No. 7 Florida’s (4-1) offense prevailed against a sleepy Cincinnati (0-2) defense after a three-and-a-half-hour rain delay at Donald R. Dizney Stadium to win 19-6 on Sunday.
James Madison has not been this embarrassed since the War of 1812.
With age comes wisdom. But No. 8 Florida (2-1) would probably disagree.
There is only one player remaining from Florida’s inaugural 2010 class.
No. 1 North Carolina lived up to the hype, and then some.
There weren’t any controversial stick checks or overtime periods.
Although it has existed as a program for fewer than four years, Florida has already developed an out-of-conference rival in Syracuse.
Two days removed from a convincing victory over Ohio State, No. 1 seed Florida (17-2, 5-2 American Lacrosse Conference) dropped the ball against second-seeded Northwestern (12-2, 4-1 ALC) in the championship round of the ALC Tournament in Baltimore, Md.
When 11- and 12-year-old lacrosse players run up and down the fields at Diamond Sports Park, Lynn Millinoff occasionally has to go from facilitator to active participant.