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The Gators opened their doors with open arms Friday as they hosted their first normal capacity game since March 11, 2020.
The Gators achieve NCAA Regional glory against an elite USF pitcher, enlivened by Elizabeth Hightower’s first career no-hitter.
Natalie Lugo shut down South Alabama and the Gator offense put on an extravaganza to move one win away from the NCAA Super Regionals.
The Gators carry their walk-off prowess into the postseason against the USF Bulls amidst fantastic defensive effort from Hightower, Lindsey, and Cottrill
“We want that feeling of getting those OKC hats and going to the World Series and being able to compete for national championships,” Kendyl Lindaman said before the Gators host their regional Friday against USF.
Following a string of amazing comebacks, the Gators could not muster even a run against rival Alabama, as they walk off the SEC Championship field with the NCAA Tournament up next.
The Gators use a late-game rally for the fourth time in five games to advance to the SEC Championship Saturday. It awaits the winner of No. 7-seed Tennessee and No. 3-seed Alabama.
Gators crush two late-game home runs to defeat Mississippi State and advance to the SEC tournament semifinals
Immediately after a walk-off victory, Julia Cottrill may not have received a visit from the Tooth Fairy, but she does get to hold up the SEC Championship banner.
Hannah Adams stepped up in the clutch again Sunday as her final-inning, three-run bomb handed Florida the 3-2 comeback win.