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Florida Softball Signs Seven Players to the 2019 class

Seven high school softball players signed their national letter of intents on Wednesday to play at the next level. These players will join the Florida Gator softball program in 2019. This class includes Baylee Goddard, Bryn Thomas, E.C. Taylor, Julia Cottrill, Mia Buffano, Rylee Trlicek and Sarah Longley. Bryn Thomas, …

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Scott Stricklin Gives Updates on Facilities, Previews Gators Football

On Thursday, Florida athletic director Scott Stricklin joined Steve Russell on SportsScene to discuss a variety of Gator athletics. . @UF Athletic Director @ScottStricklin stopped by the studio today to talk @FloridaGators with @SteveRussell850 pic.twitter.com/5aoKfC0kmP — ESPN 98.1/ 850 WRUF (@ESPNGainesville) August 30, 2018 Stricklin, who has served as the …

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Gator Softball Falls To UCLA in Women’s College World Series

OKLAHOMA CITY– The second-seeded Florida Gator softball team lost to the third-seeded UCLA Bruins 6-5 Friday night in the sixth game of the Women’s College World Series. 2018 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Rachel Garcia improved to 29-3, defeating former Player of the Year Kelly Barnhill (29-2)in the …

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NCAA Women’s College World Series: Florida Takes on UCLA in Game 2

The second-seeded Florida softball team will face three-seed UCLA in the winners’ bracket of the Women’s College World Series (WCWS) on Friday evening. The Gators 11-3 run-rule win against the Georgia Bulldogs came after going down 2-0 in the first inning. However, starting pitcher Aleshia Ocasio (23-7) gave Florida the …

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Matthews’ Three-Run Home Run Leads Gators to Women’s College World Series

The No. 2 Gator softball team is heading to the Women’s College World Series (WCWS) after winning 5-3 against No. 15 Texas A&M on Saturday evening. Freshman Jordan Matthews won the game when she drilled a three-run home run over the scoreboard in the bottom of the seventh inning.  Florida …

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