The following two days following their round one performance only consisted in frustrating finishes to a close fiery end to their season as the Gators were one stroke away from a championship berth, placing fifth.
Starting pitcher redshirt freshman Tyler Nesbitt did just that, working four scoreless innings before passing the torch to his relief to finish the night. The Gators (30-18, 11-13) blanked the ‘Cats (21-27, 15-9), 7-0.
The No. 16-seed Gators (21-6, 10-3 SEC) claimed state bragging rights following a statement-making, 4-1 victory over the Seminoles (15-11, 6-7 ACC) Sunday.
With the help of a six-run ninth inning, the Gators (28-18, 10-13 SEC) topped the Mississippi State Bulldogs (25-21, 9-14 SEC) in a 9-3 thriller.
Putting up the second-best Heptathlon performance in collegiate history, Hall will now join two other Gator greats, Grant Holloway and Christian Taylor, on Team USA this summer to compete in the 2022 World Champions.
Shelton had his team prepared to play as No-2 seeded Florida (25-2, 12-0 SEC) knocked the Canes (17-10, 5-7 ACC) out of the tournament Saturday, 4-0, and secured its sixth-straight Round of 16 berth.
The Florida Gators lacrosse team (15-4, 5-0 AAC) took home the American Athletic Conference Tournament crown after beating the Vanderbilt Commodores (11-7, 3-2 AAC)18-7 at Johnson Stadium in Greenville, North Carolina.
The Gators (20-6, 10-3 SEC) came into this postseason contest as the No. 16-seed and closed the door on the Jaguars (22-5, 10-1 SBC) despite a slow start on doubles.
No. 10 Florida (41-15, 13-11 SEC) fell to Florida Gulf Coast (18-33, 9-15 ASUN) 3-2 but blanked Mercer (16-38, 7-11 SoCon) 2-0 in a doubleheader that served as the regular-season finale Saturday.
No. 10 Florida (40-14, 13-11 SEC) topped Mercer (16-36, 7-11 SoCon) and shutout Florida Gulf Coast (16-33, 9-15 ASUN) to begin its final regular season homestand with a pair of victories.
Sproat outlasted Smith in the series opener Friday, working four scoreless innings to open the game en route to a 8-6 victory for Florida (27-18, 9-13 SEC) over the Bulldogs (25-21, 9-13 SEC).
The No. 2-seeded Gators (23-2, 12-0 SEC) spoiled the Privateers (16-6, 2-1 SLC) first appearance in the NCAA tournament in decisive fashion Friday, 4-0.
The No.8 Florida Gators (14-4, 6-0 AAC) dominated the East Carolina Pirates (9-9, 2-4 AAC) 18-7, to improve their winning streak to 12 games.
For the second time in less than a week, the No.8 Florida Gators lacrosse team will face off against the East Carolina Pirates Thursday.
As the drafted Florida players, cornerback Kaiir Elam, defensive tackle Zachary Carter and running back Dameon Pierce make their way to the NFL, five others signed as undrafted free agent
Hunter Barco announced on Instagram he would be out for the remainder of the season to undergo Tommy John surgery.
Florida (26-18, 8-13 SEC) defeated South Florida (23-21, 4-11 AAC) 18-2 in a dominant offensive performance across the Gators lineup. Fabian finished with a career-high in single-game home runs and RBIs, moving up the ladder in career homers in the process.