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UF Softball to host Team USA, three former Gators

For the Gators, a trip to Oklahoma City this May is the goal. For Team USA, a trip to Tokyo this July is imminent. But before either team goes anywhere, they will meet on the dirt of Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium on Tuesday night — the home of the Florida …

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Gators Indoor Track Begins Title Defense

The University of Florida Indoor Track and Field team starts their NCAA title defense this Saturday at the Orange & Purple Elite Track Meet at Clemson University. They do so with a gaping hole in the roster that accounted for eight NCAA titles, six SEC titles and countless memories to …

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Former Gator Swimmer Caeleb Dressel Beats A Michael Phelps’ Record

At just 22-years-old, Caeleb Dressel can say that he’s beaten Michael Phelps. Dressel Dominates The World Swimming Championships wrapped up Sunday in South Korea. The event is the second most prominent swim meet on the planet, behind the Olympics. Dressel won eight medals at the competition. He claimed six golds, …

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Florida Swim and Dive Kicks off Season Against FAU

Florida Women’s Swim and Dive will begin the 2018-2019 season on the road in sunny South Florida. Both the men’s and women’s teams will face the Owls today, but the women will travel around the area for two more road meets.  This Weekend The women’s team will begin its first season …

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The Rise of American Rugby

Despite receiving a milquetoast reception in the United States for decades, international sports have undergone a renaissance of interest in recent years. While soccer is the clearest example of this, rugby has also surged in popularity. A Surge in Popularity Rugby, or rugby union, enjoyed an initial burst of recognition …

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Recap: 2018 Winter Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang came to a close on Sunday after two weeks full of excitement, disappointment and history being made. The U.S. Finishes Fourth in Medal Count Now that all the events are in the books, the U.S. has to be somewhat disappointed with their results. The …

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Olympic Update: USA Women’s Hockey Wins Gold

While you were sleeping, the Olympics were lively with tons of actions from hockey to skiing in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Gold At Long Last As USA’s Jocelyne Lamoureux prepared to skate down the length of the rink for the sixth attempt in the shootout, she breathed deeply. While everyone held their …

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Winter Olympics Update

The Winter Olympic Games are at the homestretch in Pyeongchang, as the closing ceremony will take place on Sunday. It may be the winter games, but competition is heating up as athletes compete for medals. https://twitter.com/TeamUSA/status/966313427760160768 U.S. Olympic Skiers Strike Historic Gold U.S Skiers Kikkan Randall and Jessica Diggins got the …

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2018 Winter Olympics Updates

Currently, the United States has five gold medals, three silver medals and four bronze medals, making it a total of 12 Olympic medals. Norway leads with 29 medals followed by Germany with 23 medals. Now, team USA works to obtaining gold medals in ice hockey. U.S. Women’s Hockey Team Seeks …

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