The No. 4 Florida Gators (41-13, 19-10 SEC) were defeated by the No. 19 Kentucky Wildcats (36-16, 16-13 SEC) 6-4 Friday evening at Kentucky Proud Park in Lexington, Kentucky. The Gators mustered only five hits to Kentucky’s pitching staff which was able to strike out Florida fourteen times.
The No. 20 Florida Gators (37-20, 11-13 SEC) defeated the Loyola Marymount Lions (40-14, 12-3 WCC) 3-2 in the first game of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Regionals in Palo Alto, California Friday.
The No. 4 Florida Gators (41-12, 19-9 SEC) defeated the No. 19 Kentucky Wildcats (35-16, 15-13 SEC) 10-3 Thursday at Kentucky Proud Park in Lexington, Kentucky. Florida’s offense was headlined by Langford and Kurland who earned three hits and runs each.
The Florida men’s golf team scored 12-under-par at the NCAA regional tournament to make the top-five cut. After a fourth place finish, the Gators will advance to the National Collegiate Athletic Association National Championship.
The Florida Gators men’s and women’s track and field teams earned fourteen new personal bests and fifteen medals — seven golds, two silvers and six bronze. Both teams finished sixth and second respectively at the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships May 11-13.
No. 22 Florida softball (36-20, 11-13 SEC) gears up for the NCAA regional tournament in Palo Alto, California. The Gators will take on Loyola Marymount (27-20, 12-3 WCC) in the first round of the tournament.
The No. 7 Florida Gators (40-12, 18-9 SEC) defeated Vanderbilt (35-16, 17-10 SEC) 6-2 May 14th to complete the series sweep at Condron Family Ballpark, drastically improving their outlook in the SEC baseball tournament and National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament.
Orlando Christian Prep shooting guard Isaiah Brown has committed to the Florida Gators recruiting class of 2024 Sunday, according to On3’s Joe Tipton.
The No. 6 Florida Gators (17-4, 5-1 AAC) lost to the No. 8 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (15-5, 6-3 ACC) 16-15 Sunday in the National Collegiate Athletics Association Women’s Lacrosse Championship tournament.
No. 7 Florida (39-12, 17-9 SEC) defeated No. 5 Vanderbilt (35-14, 17-9 SEC) 6-2 Saturday to take the series at home. The Gators’ pitching staff combined for 11 strikeouts while allowing just two runs from the Commodores.
Florida International University transfer junior offensive lineman Lyndell Hudson Jr. announced his commitment to the Florida Gators football program on Twitter Saturday. The announcement came on the same day that Hudson was on an official visit to UF’s campus. He was previously committed to the University of South Florida before his visit.
Friday morning, the Southeastern Conference announced its annual All-SEC awards, which included four members of the Florida softball team. Skylar Wallace, Charla Echols, Reagan Walsh, and Kendra Falby were named to various All-SEC teams, with Wallace also named the SEC Player of the Year.
The No. 7 Florida Gators (38-12, 16-9 SEC) took game one of the weekend series against the No. 5 Vanderbilt Commodores (35-14, 17-8 SEC) 10-0 Friday at Condron Family Ballpark. Florida finished the matchup in seven innings of work when sophomore two-way star Jac Caglianone drove in two runs in the final inning to secure the victory for UF.
The No. 16 seed Florida Gators (18-7, 9-4 SEC) fell to the No. 1 seed North Carolina Tar Heels (31-1, 13-0 ACC) 4-1 at Chewning Tennis Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The loss in the sweet sixteen round ended Florida’s run in the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament.
The No. 6 Florida Gators (16-3, 5-1 AAC) defeated the Jacksonville Dolphins (12-7, 6-1 ASUN) 13-7 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday afternoon. The Gators found opportunities to share the wealth and fielded second-string players throughout the game.
The No. 8 seed Florida Gators (35-19, 11-13 SEC) lost to the No. 1 seed Tennessee Lady Volunteers (41-7, 19-4 SEC) 4-0 in the quarterfinals of the Southeastern Conference Tournament Friday at Bogle Park in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The No. 8 seed Florida Gators (35-19, 11-13 SEC) beat the No. 9 seed Kentucky Wildcats (29-19-1, 8-14 SEC) 6-2 in the first round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament Thursday afternoon at Bogle Park in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The No. 16 Florida Gators (35-19, 11-13 SEC) lost to the No. 23 Kentucky Wildcats 1-0 Sunday afternoon in John Cropp Stadium.