Editor’s Note: Quotes from assistant coach Chris Solinsky were received via text message from the team’s SID Carroll Rich on Saturday after the meet.
Florida defended its home course this weekend and dominated the Vystars Gators Invitational at Mark Bostick Golf Course, winning its second-straight tournament by 18 strokes.
Plenty of excuses could’ve been made for No. 10 Florida at the Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate, considering heavy rain was a problem all weekend and the team was coming off its worst performance of the season last week.
For 15 minutes, it appeared High Point would maintain steady control of Saturday’s game. Florida’s defense couldn’t find an answer to the Panthers’ repeated counter-attacks, and the offense struggled to evade pressure early-on.
From 1985-2003, with the guidance of Ann Marie Rogers, the University of Florida built a reputation as one of the nation’s premier athletic programs for female athletes.
With national postseason competition later this month, Florida’s men’s swimming team competed in the Bulldog Last Chance Invitational in Athens, Georgia, on Saturday and Sunday.
Stripped of his socks and shoes, Florida’s men’s swimming coach Anthony Nesty stood on the pool deck in the James E. Martin Aquatics Center in Auburn, Alabama.
With championship season approaching for the indoor track season, an SEC championship is the expectation this weekend for the Florida men’s team in College Station, Texas.
The Gators continued their excellent indoor campaign, returning to the site of their first meet of the year and posting excellent results and exhibiting notable progress.
Coming off of a dominating performance by Florida’s sprinting corps last week at the Razorback Invitational, the distance runners made their mark by breaking several personal records and earning a few nationally ranked times