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Gators Women’s Basketball Looking To Bounce Back Against Mizzou

The Gators women’s basketball team is now 13-8 (2-5 SEC) as they head to conference newcomer Missouri tonight, who has an identical 13-8 (2-5 SEC) record as the Gators. Mizzou is chock full of shooters including sophomore guard Morgan Eye who hits 43% from behind the arc.  Gators coach Amanda Butler talks about Eye and …

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Top-Ranked Gator Women’s Tennis Opens Season Against USF

The No. 1 preseason ranked women’s tennis team is launching their 2013 campaign today after coming off back-to-back national championships. The Gators are playing host to South Florida at Linder Stadium at Ring Tennis Complex beginning at 3pm today. The team is playing in three matches in five days at home, …

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Gators Gymnastics Downs Auburn In 7th Annual Link To Pink Meet

In front of a crowd of 8,159,  the sixth largest crowd in Gators history, third ranked Florida was victorious over 18th ranked Auburn, posting a season best score of 197.650 to the Tiger’s 196.025.  The seventh annual Link to Pink meet opened with the moving testimonial of a breast cancer survivor and …

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Gator Gymnastics Puts Aside Orange and Blue to Benefit Breast Cancer

The seventh annual Link To Pink event is slated for tonight, as the #3 Florida Gator gymnatics team hosts the #18 Auburn Tigers.  The Link to Pink event is an SEC initiative to raise awareness for the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.  Every SEC  gymnastics team will participate in …

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Around The SEC: Tuesday Men’s Hoops Preview

There are two SEC men’s basketball matchups tonight, kicking off another exciting week of conference action.  The South Carolina Gamecocks (11-6, 1-3 SEC) are traveling to Missouri (13-4, 2-2 SEC) to take on the Tigers who are coming off a big loss to the Florida Gators last weekend in Gainesville.  The Kentucky Wildcats (12-5, 3-1 …

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Gators Gymnastics Sweeps Missouri

The Gators gymnastics team returned home after a close loss to LSU last weekend to a crowd of 5,453 for a win against the Missouri Tigers.  The Gators welcome Mizzou to the O’Dome for the first time as a member of the Southeastern Conference in both gymnastics and men’s basketball …

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Two High School Hoop Programs Meet Rivals Tonight

The Gainesville High School boys basketball is back in action tonight against South Lake.   GHS is coming off a 76-59 win against Buchholz on Thursday night.  Junior Isaiah Jackson, averaging 13.4 ppg and 9.3 rebounds, leads the way for the Purple Hurricanes, who have two games on tap every week.  Head coach …

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Casey Prather Latest Injury For Gator Hoops

Gator basketball forward Casey Prather is out 10 to 14 days with a high ankle sprain that he sustained inFlorida’s win over LSU on Saturday.  The junior, averaging 6.8 points and 3.3 rebounds, was in a boot and on crutches Monday.  While the high ankle sprain is a notoriously bad injury to …

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Gator Gymnastics Travels to LSU Tonight

The  third ranked Gator gymnastics team travels to LSU to take on the eighth ranked Tigers tonight.  LSU is the first ranked team Florida will face this year and is the start of nine meets versus teams ranked in the preseason Top 25. After coming off a big opening win against Ball State University last …

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Gators Men’s Basketball Opens Conference Play Against Georgia Tonight

After rounding out non-conference play with a 10-2 record and a 79-58 win over Yale on Sunday, the Florida men’s basketball team is opening conference play tonight at home against the Georgia Bulldogs. Senior point guard Kenny Boyton had a huge night against Yale, going 9 of 12 from the floor, …

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