Out in the field, Florida boasted a trio of podium finishes.
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On day two of the SEC Indoor Championship, Florida track and field started in second on the women’s side and third on the men’s. By the end of the day, they had fallen to 6th and 9th respectively.
On the first day of the SEC Championship, Florida had a promising start.
In Florida’s final regular season indoor meet, the track and field team finished sixth and eighth.
Despite all the high performing talent on Florida’s roster this year, the competition on Friday and Saturday will be the toughest it has faced.
Nine Gators broke into the top 10 in the South Carolina Invitational.
In a meet 330 days in the making, Florida walked away from the Carolina Challenge T-third place with four victories.
With championship season approaching for the indoor track season, an SEC championship is the expectation this weekend for the Florida men’s team in College Station, Texas.
The Gators continued their excellent indoor campaign, returning to the site of their first meet of the year and posting excellent results and exhibiting notable progress.
Coming off of a dominating performance by Florida’s sprinting corps last week at the Razorback Invitational, the distance runners made their mark by breaking several personal records and earning a few nationally ranked times
Eight Florida athletes earned personal record-breaking marks this past weekend in Fayetteville, Arkansas, as the Gators continued their strong start to the indoor season.
After having just three athletes competing last week, the Gators will bring a massive squad of 45 runners, jumpers and throwers to compete in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on Friday and Saturday.
Florida’s throwers continued its strong start to its indoor campaign as Amara Wiggan and Connor Bandel took first place at the Hokie Invitational in the women’s weight throw and the men’s shot put, respectively.