Gators Soccer

Gator Collective: NIL & Athlete Takes

The University of Florida last won the national title in football in 2007. Gator Collective CEO Eddie Rojas is on a mission to change that through the developing means of Name, Image and Likeness, also known as NIL. The policy, which allows college athletes to profit off their likeness, went …

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A Family Affair: The Schackow Dynasty of P.K. Yonge

Five years ago, Rebecca Schackow stood on the sideline of P.K. Yonge High School’s Booster Field, watching intently as her three daughters practiced with the rest of the girl’s varsity soccer team. Sixth-grader Marleigh had just joined her older sisters Gracie, a sophomore and Sally, an eighth-grader, to continue their …

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NCAA Rules on Transgender Athletes

The NCAA Board of Governors decided to hand over the power of determining transgender athlete eligibility within their transitioned-to gender. Effective immediately for winter championships, national sports’ governing bodies will serve as the de-facto mold for each sports’ transgender athlete policy. The policy replaces the NCAA’s 2010 ruling, which based …

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Senior day shutout for Gator soccer

Gator soccer players running

Sunday, Gator soccer earned three valuable points when they dominated SEC rival LSU 4-0 at Donald R. Dizney Stadium, in Gainesville, Florida. This game was the Gators senior day and their highest scoring game of the season. In the win, the Gators earned three points in SEC conference play. They …

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Gator Soccer Drops Road Match to No. 23 Auburn Sunday

Following a scoreless first half, Auburn redshirt sophomore Marissa Arias netted her seventh goal in the past nine matches in the 51st minute. Arias beat Florida goalkeeper Alexa Goldberg in the bottom-left corner from 18 yards out. Nearly 20 minutes later, Auburn junior Sydney Richards scored off a rebound — …

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