Florida makes huge statement with a 14-10 win against the No. 3 Syracuse Orange on a complete performance.
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After a get-right game against Liberty, Florida lost its fourth game of the season against a top-ten team, falling on the road to the No. 9 Loyola Greyhounds.
Florida lacrosse got back on schedule, curbing a three-game skid with a badly needed win against the Liberty Flames.
The Gators fought hard, but fouls and finishing woes caused them to drop their third-straight game.
Florida LAX struggled to keep up with No. 2 Tar Heels, falling 15-11 at home.
“Scotland's a great team … and the fact that we came out and played the way we did. I'm really impressed” Florida rolls past Scotland in an exhibition tune-up before Saturday’s showdown with North Carolina
Florida women’s lacrosse team opened its season with a dominant 22-7 victory over the Kennesaw State Owls. Florida outshot the visitors 37-18 and were on the frontfoot the entire game.
Graduate transfer Leigh Lingo heads to The Swamp after four years as a Virginia Tech Hokie.
Florida dominated both as a team and individually. The teams’ personal highs and accolades fueled their fire, but with key players like Shannon Kavanagh and Brianna Harris leaving the ‘Diz, what’s next for the Gators?
Attacker Madison Rielly joins the Gator Nation after three years as a Maryland Terrapin
Defender Catherine Flaherty joins the Gator Nation after two years as a Maryland Terrapin.
Brianna Harris, Shannon Kavanagh and Kaitlyn Dabkowski all have something in common, but it’s not lacrosse.
Florida lacrosse’s dream of the Final Four slipped away after a 17-11 loss to Syracuse.
“You want to talk about a special team – this is a special team,” sixth-seeded Gators coach Amanda O’Leary said in preparation of facing the third-seeded Orange.
The sixth-seeded Gators hope to find redemption versus the Jacksonville Dolphins Sunday after a loss two months ago.
A hush fell over the crowd at Donald R. Dizney Stadium. The wind whistled through the net’s white polyester strings.
Former University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley had a vision of the Gators dominating college lacrosse. A little more than a decade later, the Gators are champing at the bit to win the program’s first national championship.