The Florida men’s and women’s track and field teams both finished second at the SEC Indoor Championships, earning 17 medals during the meet.
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Florida track and field comes out strong on Day 1 of SEC Indoor Championships. The Gators had a successful first day with multiple SEC medalists and finals qualifiers.
Sam Austin and Ryan Maseman led UF track and field mid-distance group under pressure. Both have stepped into leadership roles during their junior seasons.
The Gators track and field teams traveled back to Fayetteville, Arkansas, for the Tyson Invitational, their fourth and final regular season meet of the indoor season. Part of the team headed north for the David Hemery Valentine Invitational at Boston University.
The Florida Gators competed in the two-day Razorback Invitational from Friday to Saturday in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Gators sent 54 athletes to compete in the meet.
Valby finished in 14:56.11– a performance that is 16 seconds faster than the previous indoor collegiate record of 15:12.22, set by Emil Sisson of Providence College in 2015, and seven seconds faster than NC State’s Katelyn Touhy’s outdoor record of 15:03.12 set in 2023.
Florida transfer and redshirt senior Allison Wilson gave it her all in the world of cross country since her days as an Alabama distance runner. Wilson came face-to-face with her injuries and the decision to put a pause on her running career during the 2021 season.
UF dominated the podium at its second meet of the season with a first place finish for the men in 39 points and a second place finish for the women in 42 points.
After a two week hold on the season, Florida Gators running made their Fall 2023 debut on their home course at the Mountain Dew Invitational. Fifteen total colleges competed with all 15 competing on the men’s side and 14 on the women’s. This totaled to 178 runners in the men’s 7800 meter race and 139 in the women’s 3 mile, with Florida’s men’s team finishing in 3rd and the women’s in 1st.
Freshman field athlete Alida Van Daalen came from the Netherlands to pursue an athletic and academic career at UF
Florida track and field bring home men’s national title, seven medals from NCAA Outdoor ChampionshipsBy Hailey Hurst | June 12
The Florida men's and women's track and field teams earned the men's national championship and several individual medals at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Austin, Texas, June 7-10.
For the sixth time in program history, the Florida Gators men’s track and field team were crowned 2023 National Collegiate Athletic Association Outdoor Champions Friday.
The Florida men’s and women’s track and field teams qualified 22 athletes to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Outdoor Championships. The men’s team advanced nine athletes in eight events and the women’s team advanced 13 athletes in 16 events.
The Florida Gators men’s and women’s track and field teams earned fourteen new personal bests and fifteen medals — seven golds, two silvers and six bronze. Both teams finished sixth and second respectively at the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships May 11-13.
The Gators will compete in the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships May 11-13 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Senior Kathryn Nohilly earned second place in the women’s 3000-meter steeplechase invite; she received Florida’s only spot on the podium at the Virginia Challenge.
Florida claimed 13 podium spots this weekend with many athletes continuing to improve their personal records.
While he excelled throughout high school, leaving him with hopes for a UF track career, his athletic trajectory didn’t go as planned. He spent his first few semesters hoping to get the chance to join UF’s track and field team, but he had to find a spot to compete elsewhere.
Florida’s track and field teams took the podium 25 times during the two-day home meet. Having earned 10 gold medals, the Gators were more than comfortable at the Pepsi Florida Relays.
The Gators started their 2023 outdoor campaign strong. The FSU Relays tournament was full of debuts and personal bests.