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Men’s Tennis Takes On Auburn

Coming off a 4-0 loss to Ole Miss, the Florida men’s tennis team travels to take on Auburn on Saturday. The 15th ranked Gators are 9-4 on the season. “It will be fun to hopefully get back outdoors again and hopefully get some good weather and have a great match …

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Florida Men’s Tennis Heads to Nashville for SEC Tournament

The 2014 Southeastern Conference Men’s Tennis Tournament began Wednesday, April 16 at the Brownlee O. Currey Jr. Tennis Center at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. The University of Florida Gators are the fourth seed after finishing fourth in the SEC regular season. The Gators earned a two-round bye since they are …

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UF Women’s Tennis Ready for Vanderbilt Challenge

After a 4-2 win against 24th ranked Ole Miss on Sunday, Florida remains number seven in the country and  improves its record to 17-4 (9-2 SEC). The Gators are currently preparing for their next match-up against Vanderbilt on Friday. Gator head coach Ronald Thornqvist says his team is as healthy as can be. “We’re …

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Gator Tennis Teams Open NCAA Tournament Play

Both the Gator men’s and women’s tennis teams begin play this weekend in the NCAA Tournament and both teams are hosting first and second round action. The Gator men (15-10, 7-5 SEC) face Denver (11-11) today and the winner will face either 18th ranked Cal or Florida State on Saturday.  This …

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Florida men’s tennis blanks Bethune-Cookman

The Florida Gator men’s tennis team (12-9) shut out the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats (12-13) 7-0 today to give the Gators a much needed win. Florida had no problem defeating the Wildcats in doubles, winning all three of the doubles points. UF’s win started with a shutout on court two, where junior Mike Alford and freshman …

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Men’s Tennis Loses Heartbreaker To Mississippi State

The Florida Gators (11-9)  men’s tennis team lost a tough 4-3 match to Mississippi State (15-7) on Sunday. Florida got off to a good start in doubles on court three as junior Florent Diep and freshman Gordon Watson took out the Mississippi State pair of senior Ethan Wilkinson and freshman Pedro Dumont …

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