Sports | Volleyball
Sunday not only acted as a reminder of the beginning of a new volleyball season, it also marked the beginning of the end of senior libero Elyse Cusack's career at Florida.
The UF volleyball team's season may be months away, but winning still feels good, especially against a rival.
When UF takes the court to play Stanford on Friday, the Gators will find themselves in an unfamiliar role.
For weeks, UF coach Mary Wise has paid lip service to the remarkable improvement of her team during the last three months, but now she has something tangible to measure it by.
Florida A&M came into the O'Connell Center focused on upsetting the No. 15 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament behind senior middle blocker Samara Ferraz.
High above the practice courts hang reminders of tradition.
With the conference title all wrapped up, UF headed west to play its final match of the regular season on Saturday.
UF lost its last match - and its slim conference lead - to Kentucky on Sunday, but the Gators are far from out of the driver's seat.