Gators junior Jaterra Bonds was deadly from the floor Thursday night, scoring a season- and game-best 21 points, including making each of her 11 attempts from the free throw line.
Despite it being the holiday season, the Gators were not in a very giving mood Thursday night in the O’Connell Center — and that’s just how coach Amanda Butler prefers it.
Coach Amanda Butler said her team needed to respond to the adversity of playing on the road.
Facing an opponent from The Golden State, the Gators were the ones left shining Friday night.
For freshman Sydney Moss, the past week involved grieving and thousands of miles of plane rides.
Before the Gators begin winning games consistently, they must learn to finish.
Despite 15 points and nine rebounds from senior Jennifer George — a redemption game for her after struggling in a loss to Michigan last season — woeful shooting cost the Gators their second consecutive game.
The Gators have struggled from three-point range this season. But, much to the chagrin of coach Amanda Butler, that hasn’t stopped them from trying.
Coach Amanda Butler thinks freshman Chandler Cooper can be an effective player, but an injured left arch has thrown a wrench into the plan.
Through two games in the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout, Carlie Needles and Florida feasted on the competition.