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Gators Softball Blanks USF 7-0

 Delanie Gourley closes out the last two innings against USF, earning her second save for the season. The number two ranked Florida softball team moves to 41-4 on the season after blanking the USF Bulls 7-0 Wednesday in Gainesville.  holding the Bulls to 7-0. Top UF hitter Lauren Haeger is …

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Gator softball to host rival FSU Wednesday night

No. 3 Florida (31-1, 7-2 SEC) softball will host the Florida State Seminoles (26-10, 5-1 ACC) Wednesday night at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. It will be the first of two meetings between the in-state rivals this season. The Gators have won five consecutive games and are a coming off a …

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Pitcher Haeger leads Florida into tilt with FSU

By: Charles Kingsbury In softball, the pitchers usually get all of the ink. The games are on their arms. The pitchers get the wins, but there’s a lineup of hitters who deal with the strike zone, the fast pitch and the pressure of producing runs. However, sophomore righty Lauren Haeger …

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#6 Florida Softball Sweeps Ole Miss

The number six Florida Softball team brought their brooms with them to Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium on Sunday. The Gators needed just five innings in order to defeat the Ole Miss Rebels 14-3. Florida Freshman Alyssa Bache got the nod to start from Head Coach Tim Walton. She recorded her fifth win of the season …

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Florida Softball Falls To USF

The number four Florida Softball team lost to the USF Bulls 4-1 Wednesday night. Florida Freshman Pitcher Lauren Haeger fell to 9-2 on the season after allowing eight hits and walking five. Haeger was able to earn her sixth complete game of the season and was able to strike out …

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Bittersweet Weekend in Gators Sports

It was a bittersweet weekend in Gators sports with lots of highs…and lows…in the space of a few days. From a positive standpoint, the top ranked Gators gymnastics team won its eighth overall Southeastern Conference title, posting a 197.15 to claim their second conference championship in three years. The Florida men’s tennis …

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