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While Florida’s regular season ends on the road, it can be considered a homecoming for one of the team’s — and the collegiate sport’s — biggest stars.
It seemed as if two different teams showed up to play for Florida on Sunday night at Donald R. Dizney Stadium.
With time expiring in No. 8 Florida's match against No. 17 South Carolina on Thursday, UF's Liz Slattery sent a flick over the right side of the penalty area that sailed over the goalkeeper’s outstretched arms.
Despite there being just three regular season games remaining on the schedule, a lot can change for the No. 13 Florida soccer team from now until the end of the season.
Playing in a stadium that gave them trouble in their last two visits, Florida finally left Mississippi State Soccer Field in Starkville, Mississippi, with a dominant performance behind them.
The last time the 13th-ranked Florida soccer team traveled to Starkville, Mississippi, the team set an NCAA record.
With four games remaining in the regular season and the Southeastern Conference tournament on the horizon, Florida soccer midfielder Pamela Begic had a decision to make.
Consistent rain and recent history in Knoxville, Tennessee, couldn’t stop the Florida soccer team from getting three points Friday night.
Florida soccer coach Becky Burleigh has a history of dominating teams on the road in the Southeastern Conference.
The Southeastern Conference is more of a grind than a test, and the No. 12 Florida soccer team has shown it has been able to fill voids that needed to be addressed with the departure of several key players from last season.
The Florida soccer team is focused on playing all in and playing hard every minute of the match.