Running seems simple, doesn’t it? The activity comes as naturally as breathing for some. You put one foot in front of the other, push your arms back and forth, and before you know it, you’re off.
A surprising and impressive season for UF cross country's women continued on Friday as they finished second at the NCAA South Regional in Tallahassee.
Florida remains atop the leaderboard after Day 3 of the SEC Women’s Championship, despite not one team shooting under par in a difficult day at the Greystone Golf & Country Club.
Juniors Marta Perez and Sierra Brooks headlined a massive day on the links for the Florida women’s golf team in Round 2 of the SEC Women’s Championships.
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.
The last time the Gators men’s swimming and diving team competed, it captured its seventh SEC Championship in as many years, a dominant effort that placed it comfortably over runner-up Missouri.
It was 40-40 in the third set. Sam Riffice was tied 4-4 with his opponent, Adam Walton, and was serving to go ahead 5-4. Instead, he double-faulted.
Fourteen milliseconds was the difference. When senior Ryan Clark carried the baton across the line, it was not good enough to alter the nation’s leaderboard, but it was good enough to win on Saturday.
Sophomore Hakim Sani Brown was seemingly passive in his handoff to junior Grant Holloway. He was not aggressive enough in actually getting the baton in Holloway’s hands to continue the race.