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Ainslie Lee

Ainslie is a journalism major at the University of Florida where she specializes in Sports Media. Her main passion is college football as it was a huge part of her childhood. Ainslie serves as a current correspondent for the Ocala Star-Banner, a newspaper for the Ocala, Florida area. She currently covers Marion County high school sports.

SB: Dolphins visit Gators Wednesday

With the gauntlet of games coming this weekend for the Gators, it’s easy to overlook their mid-week showdown against Jacksonville. Nonetheless, when the Dolphins come to Gainesville on Wednesday, so do some of their eyebrow-raising numbers. Scouting the Dolphins Starting out their year 7-3, Jacksonville has secured wins over Nicholls …

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Gators run-rule SLU, FAMU hangs around

All around the country, madness in college sports is coming early. It’s also coming on the softball diamond — not the basketball court. Through Sunday, six top 10-ranked softball teams had lost this weekend. The No. 8-ranked Florida Gators were not one of them. As part of a 13-game Bubly …

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UF sweep on Sunflower Saturday

One walk off, one run-rule, two shutouts and a lot of sunflowers. The No. 8/11-ranked Florida Gators’ softball team picked up their fifth consecutive victory and fourth consecutive shutout in day two of the Bubly Invitational in Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium on Saturday. Saturday’s games also marked the first Sunflower …

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901: Gators go 2-0 in day one of Bubly Invitational

This weekend was slated to be a big one for the No. 8-ranked Florida Gators’ softball team. For the first time this season, the gates of Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium will be open on the weekend as the Gators host the Bubly Invitational. Florida’s docket of games which include playing …

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Too little, too late: UF falls to USA

When Cheyenne Lindsey approached the batter’s box in the bottom of the sixth inning, there wasn’t much of an expectation. The expectation wasn’t high, it wasn’t low — it just wasn’t there. It was the sophomore centerfielder’s first at-bat of the night. And Gator Nation hadn’t seen much of Lindsey …

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UF Softball to host Team USA, three former Gators

For the Gators, a trip to Oklahoma City this May is the goal. For Team USA, a trip to Tokyo this July is imminent. But before either team goes anywhere, they will meet on the dirt of Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium on Tuesday night — the home of the Florida …

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Gator Softball: Lugo Lifts Gators in 2020 Season Opener

The number 7/9-ranked Florida softball entered its season opener with a lot of questions. And while it’s still early, through their first game of the season, they left not only with a 4-1 win over Illinois State — but with some answers. Productive pitching Perhaps the biggest question surrounding Florida …

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Florida Softball Set To Surprise

If college softball teams had franchise tags, Tim Walton’s Florida Gators would be tag-less. After losing Kelly Barnhill and Amanda Lorenz, Florida is searching for a new identity. And the search starts now. Circling Questions For years, the Gators have been notorious for their hard-nosed defense. And in softball, the …

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The Chiefs’ Battle for a Brotherhood

After claiming the Lombardi Trophy with a 31-20 win over the 49ers, the Kansas City Chiefs are feeling a bond like never before. Some would even call it a brotherhood. Following the win, star tight end Travis Kelce gave fans a glimpse of the team’s celebrations on the team bus …

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