The UF women's golf season came to a disappointing end this weekend and took another turn Monday night when coach Jill Briles-Hinton announced her resignation.
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The Seminole Twilight Invitational in Tallahassee proved to be just what UF needed this weekend as the Gators prepare for the upcoming Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships.
Jo Mather had only enough time to give a fist pump before being swarmed by the rest of the No. 15 UF women's tennis team after a 4-2 win against Florida State.
A season that proved to be a learning experience for the young UF women's golf team came to a disappointing end on Saturday with a reminder that there is still a lot of growing to do.
Friday's dual match proved to be a warm-up for the No. 10 UF men's tennis team as it topped Marist and set up a rematch against heated in-state rival Miami.
It appears UF is peaking just in time for the championship stretch of the season.
Let the countdown begin.
Most average people wish for the skill and talent to excel in one sport, maybe two if they're lucky. But for others, the possibilities are endless. When a person is blessed with the innate talents that Christian Taylor is, the sky is the limit.
Next spring, women's lacrosse will make its debut at UF, giving the Gators the first Division I program in the state and the second in the Southeastern Conference.
After a week off, the UF track and field teams continued their successful outdoor season in the War Eagle Invitational at Auburn over the weekend.
The South Carolina women's tennis team has not defeated UF since before Cal Ripken Jr. began his record streak of 2,632 consecutive games. That was in 1982, the same year Michael Jackson's "Thriller" was released and the computer was named Time Magazine's "Man of the Year."
The No. 16 UF women's tennis team closes a turbulent regular season against No. 20 South Carolina at 10 a.m. On Saturday.
The UF men's golf team has been preparing for the 2009 postseason all year.
After Tyson Alexander beat his dad for the first time, he rushed inside the house and turned the monkey.
How fitting for Sunday's dual match to have been decided in a third set on Court 1 between two of the best players in the nation.
Alabama knows how difficult it is to defeat the No. 21 UF women's tennis team. After all, the No. 26 Red Tide has lost all 34 meetings between the two, including Friday's 4-1 victory in favor of the Gators.