The Gators know they won't catch the American Lacrosse Conference off-guard again.
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Amanda O’Leary wanted some unfamiliar faces to make big contributions Wednesday night.
Shannon Gilroy’s career as a Gator was in jeopardy before it ever started.
Following a first-half defensive battle, the Gators were looking to take control.
The last time the Gators welcomed a ranked opponent to Gainesville, Florida’s players experienced the closest game they have seen in their three years with the team.
Dashiell, Cullen combines for nine goals in Gators in Florida lacrosse's win against William and MaryBy JOSH JURNOVOY< | Mar. 17, 2012
The Gators led big early on Saturday
The Gators were forced to play at a slow pace for most of the first half on Wednesday.
The Gators were excited to have every player returning.
After two consecutive close games against ranked opponents, the Gators did not waste time putting the game out of reach on Saturday.
Gators coach Amanda O’Leary wanted her players to be smart offensively on Wednesday.
The Gators came out flat Saturday against their first ranked opponent since the season opener.
The best lacrosse players are often most dangerous when they are one-on-one with the goalkeeper. However, Ashley Bruns is at her best behind the net.
The Gators had their most prolific two-game offensive stretch ever last weekend.
The Gators’ offense followed Friday’s record-breaking performance with an equally dominant showing Sunday.
Ashley Bruns became the second Gator to reach 100 career goals in the fifth minute of Friday’s game.
The Gators want to play like they have the upper hand even when they don’t.
Kitty Cullen was not going to be a non-factor for long.
On a night when last season’s leading scorer played less than a half, the Gators were not at a loss for goals.
Amanda O’Leary doesn’t mind going with the hot hand.