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FSU Advances to the Women’s College World Series Championship

No. 6 Florida State swept No. 3 UCLA this weekend, 3-1 in the first game and 12-6 in the second game. FSU will now advance to the Championship Series for their first game tonight. This is history-in-the-making for Florida State’s program. It is their first appearance in the Women’s College …

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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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NFL Draft Begins Tonight: 5 Fast Facts

Tonight, the lives of 32 football players will change forever as the first round of the NFL Draft kicks off. Here are some quick questions, as well as facts and figures, heading into tonight. Who’s Going #1? Well, that depends on who you ask. Unless the Cleveland Browns make an …

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The Mystery of Sam Darnold

Coming into the 2017 college football season, Sam Darnold looked like a surefire lock for the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. The 6’4″, 220-pound signal caller appeared to have all the skills and intangibles to lead an NFL team from the depths of the league to …

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New York Giants Try To Make Giant Impact with No. 2 Pick

The New York Giants are in an unusual spot in this year’s draft after a beyond unusual season a year ago. Normally, the Giants are toward the top of the NFC standings. However, after an abysmal 2-14 season marred with turmoil, the Giants find themselves toward the top of the NFL Draft. The …

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Gators Await Play-in Game for First Round Opponent

The Florida Gators are dancing in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year. The 6th seeded Gators are in the East region and will face the winner of the St. Bonaventure and UCLA play-in game. They will play in Dallas for the first two rounds, and will head to …

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FEATURE: Rhamat Alhassan Leaving Her Mark on Gator Volleyball

Seven years ago you could have told those close to Rhamat Alhassan that she would be one of the best college volleyball players and very little would have believed you. That’s because the Glenarden, Maryland native did not pick up volleyball until her sophomore year in high school. In fact, she …

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