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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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Barnhill, Ocasio Combine for No-Hitter versus Bethune-Cookman In NCAA Regional

The No. 2 overall seed Gator softball team began play at home in its NCAA Regional with an 8-0 run-rule win over Bethune-Cookman. Kelly Barnhill and Aleshia Ocasio combined for the Gators’ eighth no-hitter of the season. Offensively, pinch-hitter Jaimie Hoover led Florida with five RBI on two hits including a three-run home run in …

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NCAA Regional: Gators Softball Play Bethune-Cookman, Players Honored

The Florida Gators softball team will host its 14th consecutive NCAA Regional at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. Only Oregon precedes the Gators as the nations top seed. Bethune-Cookman (31-24), South Florida (38-21) and Ohio State (34-14) are joining Florida in the Gainesville Regional. Florida will battle the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats on …

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No. 4 Florida Sweeps Missouri, Enters SEC Tournament as Top Seed

The fourth-ranked Gator softball team won 7-4 to complete a series sweep versus the Missouri Tigers on Sunday at Mizzou Stadium. Florida (47-8, 20-4 SEC) completed its sixth comeback victory of the season behind Kayli Kvistad’s seventh inning three-run home run. Nicole DeWitt homered early to put Florida on the scoreboard …

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Gators Lacrosse Begins Big East Tournament Play

No. 6 Florida lacrosse hosts the Big East Tournament, which begins Thursday.  The Gators lead the Big East and plays Marquette in the first game of the tournament. Florida’s 2018 Regular Season Play The Gators won the last eight games of the season and those eight games were all against conference opponents. Those last …

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