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Victoria Rossman

Born and raised at the ballpark! Typically quiet- until it comes to sports. I'm a South Florida native with a passion for baseball nearly as strong as my faith. Grew up in garnet + gold, turned out sporting orange + blue. Likely to be found with a camera. And yes, I take food pictures.

Gator Gymnastics Advances to NCAA Super Six

The Gator Gymnastics team is advancing to the NCAA Super Six after a stellar semifinal performance Friday in St. Louis, Missouri. Rotations The Gators started the evening on uneven bars for the first rotation. Alex McMurtry led the Gators in this event, earning a 9.950. Teammates Amelia Hundley and Rachel …

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NBA Playoffs Continue With Game 2 Matchups

The NBA Playoffs continue Tuesday night with three game 2 matchups. Washington Wizards vs Toronto Raptors (TOR leads 1-0) The Raptors look to go 2-0 Tuesday night as they host the Wizards. Toronto’s win on Saturday was the first Game 1 win at home in franchise history. Game 1 ended …

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Gator Lacrosse Takes Down Marquette By Large Margin

The sixth-ranked Florida lacrosse team looked strong Saturday afternoon as they took down Big East opponent Marquette by a score of 18-6. The Gators and the Golden Eagles entered Saturday’s game as the only two teams in the Big East undefeated in conference play. Both teams were 5-0. However, Marquette …

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Golden Knights Make Playoffs In Inaugural Season

The Vegas Golden Knights are capping off their inaugural season with a trip to the playoffs. After winning the Pacific Division, the Knights will face off against the Los Angeles Kings in Round 1 on Wednesday. Previous Matchups The Golden Knights and the Kings faced off four times in the …

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Gators Lacrosse Rolls Past Temple in 15-3 Win

The Gator Lacrosse team took down the Temple Owls Wednesday afternoon with a final score of 15-3. Strong Defensive Play The Gators defense looked sharp Wednesday. Florida limited Temple to just 13 shots over the course of the game. The Gators were powerful in the draw circle, taking 14 of …

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Notre Dame and UConn Advance to Women’s NCAA Final Four

Notre Dame and UConn are each advancing to the NCAA Final Four in women’s basketball. For just the 4th time in #ncaaW history, all four No. 1 seeds advanced to the #WFinalFour! Lexington: (1) @UofLWBB Kansas City: (1) @HailStateWBK Albany: (1) @UConnWBB Spokane: (1) @ndwbb pic.twitter.com/l3EYswsPAx — NCAA Women's BKB …

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Gator Gymnastics Places Third in SEC Championship

The Gator Gymnastics team finished in third place at Saturday’s SEC Championship. The final four top scores were as follows: LSU: 197.40 Alabama: 196.975 Florida: 196.825 Kentucky: 196.55 Event Winners The Gators earned at least partial titles in all four rotations. Freshman Alyssa Baumann scored 9.975 on beam. This was …

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Gator Men’s Swimming Competing at NCAA Championships

The Gator Men’s Swimming and Diving team is sending 13 team members to Minneapolis for the 2018 NCAA Championships. Individuals Attending The Gators are ranked no. 4 going into this Wednesday’s championships. 13 of the team’s athletes will be competing in these individual events: Caeleb Dressel: 50 Free, 100 Free …

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NFL Free Agency

NFL free agency begins this Wednesday at 4 p.m. However, the legal tampering period has already begun. This period allows unrestricted free agents to openly negotiate with teams. Reported Deals Case Keenum to Denver QB Case Keenum has reportedly agreed to a deal with the Denver Broncos. Keenum led the …

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Gator Lacrosse Defeats Loyola in Overtime

The third ranked Gator lacrosse team beat 23rd ranked Loyola Sunday afternoon in overtime in Gainesville with a final score of 17-16. #GATORSWIN in overtime!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/tvfZbCbgaH — Gators Lacrosse (@GatorsLAX) February 25, 2018 Game Recap Loyola started off the game with a couple of goals in a row. However, the …

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