After two days of competition at the Razorback Invitational, the Gators wrapped up a memorable weekend filled with record-breaking performances from members of both the No. 1 men’s team and the No. 6 women’s team.
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The University of Florida’s men’s and women’s track and field teams seem ready.
On Thursday, former Florida standout Marquis Dendy became the first Gator in program history to win The Bowerman, a trophy awarded annually to the nation’s top collegiate track and field athlete.
Florida track and field has made its mark in recent years in the triple jump circuit.
Last one, best one.
For the third national meet in a row, the Florida men’s track and field team finished runner-up to Oregon.
Marquis Dendy continued his historic season on Day 1 of the NCAA Outdoor Championships.
Mike Holloway is no stranger to success when it comes to the NCAA Outdoor Championships.
Following a successful weekend at the NCAA East Preliminaries in Jacksonville, the No. 1/6 Florida men’s and women’s track and field qualified 23 athletes and landed itself 25 event entries for the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
On a weekend in which all 21 of Florida’s senior athletes were honored in front of the fan fare, UF came out to play, garnering 20 individual personal records and 17 top-five individual-event finishes at the three-day Florida Relays.
The Florida men’s and women’s track teams gave the home crowd a lot to cheer about on their first day competing at the UF-hosted Pepsi Florida Relays in Gainesville.
After more than three months of competing in events on the road, the No. 2 Florida men’s and women’s track and field teams will stay put in Gainesville as they host the Pepsi Florida Relays this weekend at the Percy Beard Track.
Usually, coach Mike Holloway and the No. 2 Florida men’s and women’s track and field teams take their show on the road.
Ciarra Brewer kicked off her final collegiate outdoor season with a triple jump victory on Day 2 of the Texas Relays.
The Florida men's and women's track and field teams ended the first day of the Texas Relays on a high note Thursday, as senior thrower Kyle Strawn was victorious in the men's hammer throw — the Gators' final event of the day.Strawn's winning throw came on his fifth attempt, a 67.79-meter toss.
The Florida men’s and women’s track and field teams will travel to Austin, Texas, for the three-day Texas Relays. Competition begins today.
The Florida track and field team kicked off the outdoor season on Saturday at the UCF Black and Gold Challenge in Orlando.