For the Gators, reaching the pinnacle of women’s lacrosse has been a quick ride, but the trip is not over yet.
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The Gators’ first-round game in the NCAA Tournament did not go as planned, but they achieved the desired result.
A torch was passed on Saturday. But it wasn’t given over willingly.
The Gators are playing their best lacrosse of the season. They are coming off their biggest win in the program’s three-year history.
It was an even more daunting task the second time around, but the Gators found a way again.
The Gators want revenge. But it won’t come easy.
The Gators didn’t look like a team that was missing much.
The Gators’ offense has gotten quite a bit of attention.
Emily Dohony and Kitty Cullen have good reason to be scared.
The Gators are looking for consistency.
Johns Hopkins had the Gators right where it wanted them.
The Gators didn’t miss a beat without Kitty Cullen.
The Gators’ defenders were tired.
After a quick start on Sunday, Penn State got physical.
The Gators know they won't catch the American Lacrosse Conference off-guard again.
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