The Florida men’s golf team scored 12-under-par at the NCAA regional tournament to make the top-five cut. After a fourth place finish, the Gators will advance to the National Collegiate Athletic Association National Championship.
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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 No. 6 Florida Gators (17-4, 5-1 AAC) lost to the No. 8 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (15-5, 6-3 ACC) 16-15 Sunday in the National Collegiate Athletics Association Women’s Lacrosse Championship tournament.
The No. 16 seed Florida Gators (18-7, 9-4 SEC) fell to the No. 1 seed North Carolina Tar Heels (31-1, 13-0 ACC) 4-1 at Chewning Tennis Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The loss in the sweet sixteen round ended Florida’s run in the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament.
The No. 6 Florida Gators (16-3, 5-1 AAC) defeated the Jacksonville Dolphins (12-7, 6-1 ASUN) 13-7 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday afternoon. The Gators found opportunities to share the wealth and fielded second-string players throughout the game.
The No. 16 Florida Gators (18-6, 9-4 SEC) defeated the No. 19 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (16-10, 7-6 ACC) 4-1 Saturday afternoon at Alfred A. Ring Tennis Complex. The win pushed the Gators to the sweet sixteen round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament.
The No. 8 Florida Gators (16-3, AAC 5-1) won the 2023 AAC Championship after defeating the No. 6 and first-seed James Madison Dukes (17-1, AAC 6-0) Saturday afternoon.
The No. 16 Florida Gators (17-7, 9-4 SEC) defeated the No. 75 North Florida Ospreys (18-7, 7-1 ASUN) 4-0 Friday afternoon at Alfred A. Ring Tennis Complex to advance to the second round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament. Florida rushed out the gates with an overall phenomenal show marked by a couple of key individual performances.
The No. 20 Florida Gators (14-13, 5-7 SEC) fell to the No. 47 Oklahoma State Cowboys (13-13, 0-5 Big 12) 4-2 Friday afternoon in Orlando in the first round of the NCAA Championships.
The Florida Gators women’s tennis team began its 2023 campaign ranked No. 18 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. The team had a notable 2022 season in which they reached the Sweet 16 in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament — a mark they hadn’t achieved since their 2017 National Championship win.
The No. 8 Florida Gators (15-3, AAC 5-1 ) beat the East Carolina Pirates (9-9, AAC 2-3) 12-9 in the semifinal round of the AAC Tournament. The Gators trailed the Pirates for a majority of Thursday’s match until the final minutes of the game.
The No. 8 Florida Gators (14-3, 5-1 AAC) beat the Old Dominion Monarchs (4-13, 0-6 AAC) 17-5 at the L.R. Hill Sports Complex in Norfolk, Virginia, Saturday afternoon to close out the regular season.
The Gators will compete in the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships May 11-13 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
The No. 7 Florida Gators (13-3, 4-1) defeated the Jacksonville Dolphins (9-7, 5-1) 16-11 in Wednesday’s game. The Gators’ momentum from the first three quarters carried their lead throughout the fourth quarter.
The Florida men’s golf team traveled to St. Simons, Georgia, to compete in the Southeastern Conference Championship tournament Wednesday. UF beat the No. 1-seed Vanderbilt Commodores.
The No. 7 Florida men’s golf team traveled to St. Simons, Georgia, to compete in the Southeastern Conference Championship tournament Wednesday. UF beat the No. 6-seed Ole Miss Rebels and the No. 2-seed Texas A&M Aggies to advance to the final round.
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.
The No. 4-seed Florida Gators (16-7, 9-4 SEC) lost to the No. 1-seed Texas A&M Aggies (27-1, 13-0 SEC) 4-2 Saturday afternoon at Billingsley Tennis Center and failed to advance to the Southeastern Conference Championship Final. The match was a tussle from the opening serve, but the Aggies bested the Gators for the third time this season.
The Florida Gators (12-3, 4-1) beat the Vanderbilt Commodores (3-11, 1,4) 22-6 Saturday afternoon. Already in high spirits, the team gathered after the game to honor its graduating seniors.