Florida redshirt sophomore wide receiver Trent Whittemore announced Monday he’ll be entering his name into the transfer portal as a graduate student. The Gainesville native and former Buchholz High School star had four catches for 87 yards this season.
Florida defeated the Texas A&M Aggies in four sets Saturday afternoon. The Gators extended their conference win streak to five games and their overall record against the Aggies to 21-1.
The Gators moved to 2-0 on the season after beating UNC Asheville 86-40 Sunday afternoon. Florida led for all four quarters and outscored the Bulldogs 49-17 in the second half.
The Gators ran up-and-down the field on the South Carolina Gamecocks Saturday, tallying 374 yards on the ground in a dominant 38-6 victory.
Florida defeated Kennesaw State 88-78 inside the Stephen C. O'Connell Center Friday night. The fifth-year star was the solution for all the Gators’ problems, putting up a career-high 33 points as UF dominated its competitor.
The Florida men's tennis team hosted its only home event of the Fall season and every player had successful outings. The Gators grabbed 27 wins over the weekend, including some victories over fellow teammates.
Elite quarterback prospect Jaden Rashada announced he’s flipping his commitment to Florida after originally committing to play at Miami.
Florida women’s tennis announced the addition of Qavia Lopez Wednesday. Lopez is the top-ranked recruit in the class of 2023. The five-star prospect hails from Delray Beach, Florida, and is ranked as the No.1 recruit in the nation by Babola.
The Gators women's tennis team took over Miami with strong singles play against Northwestern and Kentucky.
The Gators defeated the Seawolves 81-45 in the long awaited introduction to Florida basketball post Mike White. UF ran its offense with efficiency and an emphasis on the 3-point shot. The Gators forced 18 Stony Brook turnovers, a representation of their tenacity on both ends of the floor.
Florida starts the season 1-0 after defeating the Rattlers 83-55 in the first game of its season Monday night. The win starts Kelly Rae Finley’s first full season as the team’s head coach on a strong note.
Florida now sits one win away from bowl eligibility after its 41-24 win over the Aggies Nov. 5. The get-right outing was exactly what the Gators needed following two losses and before hosting South Carolina Saturday. UF’s defense improved on a rocky first half, where it allowed 307 yards and 16 first downs by shutting out the Aggies in the second half.
The No. 12 Gators defeated the Missouri Tigers in three sets (25-22, 25-17, 25-23) while holding the visitors to a .144 hitting percentage. Florida’s outside hitter duo of senior Marina Markova (16 kills) and Beason (13) led the way for UF offensively.
Midfielders Cameron Hall and Syd Kennedy, forwards Kouri Peace and Alivia Gonzalez and goalkeeper Francesca Faraci each come from different backgrounds, but have formed tight-knit bonds and learned to lean on each other through adversity.
Although the orange and blue scrimmage was short and mostly for fan entertainment, Florida men's basketball showed a few things for fans to take away before the season tips off next Monday.