Sports | Softball
There are many positives to take away from this year’s Florida softball team despite Saturday’s season-ending loss to Alabama.
Kelly Barnhill stood alone in the circle, poised and prepared to pick apart an Alabama offense she has defeated countless times in her celebrated career as a Gator.
It was quite the all-around display for Samantha Show.
Hannah Adams stood just 60 feet away.
Aubrey Leach reached out desperately with her bat.
There was no match for the Gators softball team.
Sophia Reynoso was the only player on the field that knew she was going home.
The nerves crept in on Natalie Lugo.
Kelly Barnhill’s phone lit up. It was from Amanda Lorenz.
After capturing its second-consecutive SEC Tournament championship this past weekend in exhilarating fashion, the Gators softball team returns to the field on Friday for the NCAA Regionals.
The Gators softball team rejoiced in victory on Saturday, though the season is far from over.
Pitcher Kelly Barnhill took a step forward, whirled her arm around and fired.
It was a relatively quiet game offensively for the Gators, but little run support is necessary with Kelly Barnhill on the mound.
The Florida softball team wasted no time on Thursday, scoring three runs combined in the first two innings against LSU.