No. 10 Florida (41-15, 13-11 SEC) fell to Florida Gulf Coast (18-33, 9-15 ASUN) 3-2 but blanked Mercer (16-38, 7-11 SoCon) 2-0 in a doubleheader that served as the regular-season finale Saturday.
No. 10 Florida (40-14, 13-11 SEC) topped Mercer (16-36, 7-11 SoCon) and shutout Florida Gulf Coast (16-33, 9-15 ASUN) to begin its final regular season homestand with a pair of victories.
In its ugliest defeat of the season, No. 8 Florida softball went down hard to No. 7 Arkansas Friday, giving up seven unearned runs on three errors.
It wasn’t always pretty, but No. 9 Florida softball earned two wins and its first SEC series sweep of the year at Ole Miss.
Survivor” has been a staple of American TV on CBS for more than 20 years now, but this Spring UF saw the first iteration of a Gator copycat of the Emmy-winning program. Sitting at home last summer, Casella never thought he wanted to be the one to start a club at UF. Then again, he didn’t want to spend all his time studying for the MCAT either.
An inability to plate runs when Florida batters got on doomed No. 7 Gator softball in a 2-1 extra-inning loss to No. 5 Alabama.
No. 7 Florida Gators softball trampled No. 22 UCF Wednesday night after a monstrous offensive performance in the second inning.
Down three usual starters, Florida ended their NCAA Tournament hopes with a 69-52 loss to UCF Saturday.
Homers from Kendra Falby and Skylar Wallace did the trick for Florida late in the game. The Gators clinched their home-opening series in a 3-0 defeat of Mississippi State.