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No Big Surprises In First Days of Wimbledon

The round of 64 is currently underway at the Wimbledon. As of Wednesday’s matches there have been no upset but that could change at any moment. Recap (July 5) On Wednesday, we saw reigning Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray, who is currently at the No.1 seed, take on Dustin Brown. With …

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Gators Dominate the Track, Again

The Florida Men’s Track & Field are back to back National Champions after finishing with 61.5 points. While the Women’s Track & Field finished in fifth place with 39 points. Individual National Champions Eric Futch became the eight person in Division I history to defend his 400 hurdles title. Futch …

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Florida Gator Softball 2017 Season

The Florida Gator softball team finished their 2017 season in Oklahoma Tuesday night. Now, the team will say their farewells to three seniors, welcome in six freshmen and prepare for the 2018 season. Goodbyes Delanie Gourley pitched her last game for the Gators on Tuesday after relieving Aleshia Ocasio in the …

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WCWS Preview: Gators Try to Avoid Elimination

After a long Game 1 in the Women’s College World Series Championship, the Florida Gators and the Oklahoma Sooners are back at it tonight. Monday night’s game was the longest game in championship series history and Florida’s history. The game was 17 innings long, lasting five hours and twenty-eight minutes. During the game, …

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Gator Softball Heading to Championship Series

The Florida Gator softball team is heading to the Women’s College World Series Championship Series after a 5-2 victory over the Washington Huskies on Sunday. The Gators are now 13-2 in the WCWS since 2014. https://twitter.com/GatorsSB/status/871446522293960704 Recap Delanie Gourley started in the circle for the Gators on Sunday. Gourley only allowed …

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