No. 3 Florida (19-2, 11-0) clinched the SEC title Sunday with a 6-1 win over No. 27 Auburn (17-7, 5-5). The Gators have now won their 14th consecutive match as they are just one win away from a perfect SEC season.
Florida softball dropped the first game of the series against Alabama, 8-3, Saturday at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. The Gators struggled from the plate due to a solid outing from Alabama pitcher Montana Fouts.
With the Florida Gators needing a win to get their season back on track, freshman Blake Purnell took to the hill. It has been a wild year for Purnell, but he came through when his team needed it most.
No. 15 Florida women’s tennis (17-4, 9-2 SEC) extended its SEC winning streak to nine games against No. 42 Alabama (14-8, SEC 4-6) Friday at the Alfred A. Ring Tennis Complex.
Florida returned to the confines of Donald R. Dizney Stadium and surged to a 21-6 victory over Old Dominion.
No. 3 Florida (18-2, 9-0) improved their winning streak to 13 matches with a 5-2 win over Alabama (6-17, 0-9), as UF retains a perfect record in conference play.
In a night highlighted by a dominant showing from sophomore starting pitcher Brandon Sproat, the Gators (20-11, 4-7) snapped a six-game SEC losing streak, topping the Razorbacks (23-6, 8-3) 7-2.
The Gators (19-11, 3-7) mustered just two hits and two walks Thursday night in a deflating 8-0 loss to the No. 2 Arkansas Razorbacks (23-5, 8-2).
The Gators left 12 runners on base during Wednesday night's 4-2 loss against in-state rivals Florida State.
As the regular season comes to a close, the men’s golf team traveled to Naples, Florida, where they competed against seven of the nation’s top-25 teams. The Gators placed second overall while redshirt junior Fred Biondi took the individual tournament victory.
Florida women’s tennis (16-4, 8-2 SEC) gained its eighth-consecutive win over the No. 41 Vanderbilt Commodores (11-7, 3-6) on the road Sunday in Nashville, Tennessee.
No. 10 Florida, behind electric performances from Emma LoPinto and Danielle Pavinelli, opened conference play with a comfortable 19-12 victory over the Cincinnati Bearcats.
Trinity Thomas is perfect on floor and vault, while Leanne Wong earned her first collegiate 10 on vault. The Gators will make their 38th appearance in the 40-year history of the NCAA Championships.
No. 1 Florida’s recent success has them well-prepared as they hope to get a shot at the top teams in the country during the NCAA tournament.
The No. 7 Florida Gators (30-6, 7-5 SEC) won the rubber match against the No. 17 Auburn Tigers (29-6, 7-5 SEC), gaining their 14th-straight series win against the Tigers.
Florida track and field continued its outdoor season by hosting the annual Pepsi Florida Relays.
Florida (18-10, 3-6) once again fell victim to a breakdown from the bullpen, allowing eight runs in the seventh inning to blow a four-run lead and eventually fall to the ‘Dawgs (22-6, 6-3) 14-8.