Florida Gators forward Keyontae Johnson officially entered the transfer portal Sunday.
The No. 9 Gators (38-13, 13-11 SEC) defeated the No. 19 Tigers (32-19, 11-10 SEC) in dramatic fashion Sunday, 2-1.
With a chance at sweeping the series against the Kentucky Wildcats on the line, the Gators (25-18, 8-13 SEC) fell flat, losing to the ‘Cats (24-20, 7-14 SEC) by a score of 8-1.
With a 16-4 win over the East Carolina Pirates (9-8, 2-3 AAC), the No. 9 Florida Gators lacrosse team (13-4, 5-0 AAC) claimed the American Athletic Conference Regular Season Championship Saturday.
Florida track and field ended its regular season Saturday with two events: the North Florida Invitational in Jacksonville, Florida, and the LSU Invitational in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
In the fourth round, former Florida Gator running back Dameon Pierce was selected with the 107th overall pick by the Houston Texans.
Zachary Carter was selected 95th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals. The pick was the Bengals third, with all three having been defensemen.
Sproat did his part, delivering a scoreless outing, and the offense eventually woke up to handle its business as the Gators (24-17, 7-12 SEC) topped the Kentucky Wildcats (23-19, 6-13 SEC) 9-2 in the series opener.
Florida cornerback Kaiir Elam has been drafted No. 23 overall by the Buffalo Bills.
The Gators retained supremacy in Florida with a gritty 12-6 win over the No. 22 Jacksonville Dolphins in the final home game of the season.
The Florida men’s team participated in the final leg of the SEC Championship at Sea Island Golf Club Sunday before losing the title to the Vanderbilt Commodores in match play.
Leading by three in the bottom of the ninth, Florida (23-17, 6-12) still managed to blow the game, losing to the No. 1 Volunteers (37-3, 17-1) 6-4 in the 11th inning.
John DuBois takes first place in the SEC as an individual with Gators finishing third in stroke playBy Lillian Randolph | Apr. 24
Florida junior John DuBois took the individual title in Sea Island, Georgia, this week at the SEC Championship.
“No one can even imagine how much of their day is spent on lacrosse” The Gators hard work paid off with their 11th-straight regular season conference title after a dominant win over Temple on Senior Day.
In its ugliest defeat of the season, No. 8 Florida softball went down hard to No. 7 Arkansas Friday, giving up seven unearned runs on three errors.
Tennessee (35-3, 15-1) trounced Florida (23-15, 7-9) by a score of 9-2, a performance that showed the current gap between the two teams.
Track and field history was made in Gainesville this past weekend at the annual Tom Jones Memorial. The Gators 4x400-meter relay squad set a new all-time NCAA record, becoming the first team to finish in under 2:59.00.