After senior Jessica Pascoe crossed the finish line for the Gators and celebrated with fans, she began to wait for her teammates and the rest of the competitors at the finish line. She waited. She waited. And then she waited.
This weekend will mark the first and last home meet of the season for UF’s cross country team. The Gators will host the Mountain Dew Invitational at Mark Bostick Golf Course on Saturday morning, where they hope to impress a home crowd. More than 30 programs will compete against Florida.
After a mildly disappointing start to the season a few weeks ago, the Gators men’s golf team will strive to build some much-needed momentum this weekend at the OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational in Chicago.
It wasn’t the trailblazing, birdie-filled golf that was good enough for third place in last week’s season-opener, but the Gators women’s golf team still managed to capture its first win of the season at the Glass City Invitational.
Florida was not short of representation at the 2019 Phillips 66 National Championships in Stanford, California, this week. The five-day event had 26 current Gators competing, along with six UF alumni. Current and former UF athletes collected 10 medals in total from Wednesday to Sunday.
Another season for the men’s swimming and diving team has come and gone, extending a streak of conference dominance and contending for a national championship in the process.
Grant Holloway raised his arms in celebration as he crossed the line to win his sixth high-hurdle championship. The junior from Chesapeake, Virginia, never left a national championship hurdle race without a gold medal. Now he will turn professional, according to coach Mike Holloway, leaving …