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Florida, SEC Suspends All Sports Activities Until April 15

The University of Florida, along with the rest of the SEC, will suspend on-campus sports activities until April 15.  Florida Athletic Director Scott Stricklin said in a press conference on March 13 that there is a chance that the suspension could last longer than that. The suspension is in response to …

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NCAA Modifes Eligibilty Rules for Student-Athletes in Spring Sports

With cancellations and postponements continuing to mount up across the sports world due to COVID-19, there was finally a bit of good news announced early Friday afternoon surrounding college athletics. NCAA Making Changes On Thursday, the NCAA announced that it was cancelling all winter and spring tournaments due to the …

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Sankey Speaks On Cancellation

SEC commissioner Greg Sankey spoke on March 12 about the NCAA cancellation of all championships and regular season games. NCAA Cancellation The NCAA made the announcement on March 12 to cancel all its winter and spring championships. It was set off by moves made by multiple sports leagues to suspend …

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March Madness Latest Domino Among Coronavirus Cancellations

The coronavirus continues to dominate the news cycle. Now, we’re seeing more preventative action taken in the realm of sports. Multiple sports and their respective leagues are essentially on hold for the foreseeable future. We’ve seen basketball tournaments canceled, entire regular seasons paused and the status of future sporting events …

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SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament Canceled Due to Coronavirus

Gators men's basketball

The world of sports is falling like dominoes. League suspensions and cancelations are dropping rapidly across all platforms. It was a matter of time before the Southeastern Conference took action. This morning, the Southeastern Conference announced the remainder of the 2020 SEC Tournament in Nashville, Tennessee, has been canceled due …

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SEC Suspends Competition For Teams in All Sports Amidst COVID-19

Minute by minute, things are changing rapidly for athletes and sports fans all over the world. Yesterday, the Southeastern Conference announced its plans to conduct the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament with only essential staff and media members in attendance. Just now, the SEC instead elected to suspend regular-season competitions for …

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SEC Responds to COVID-19 Concerns

The SEC responds to the coronavirus, COVID-19, with the decision to suspend activities due to growing fears. UPDATE (12:40 p.m.): The SEC announced that all regular season and championship competition have been suspended until March 30. Fans Restricted SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Wednesday night that league events would continue …

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Gator Softball Uses Pair of Two-Run Homers to Top No. 12 FSU 5-2

Gators team cheers on Lindaman

Two balls, two strikes and two outs with the score knotted at two. Deuces were wild for Kendyl Lindaman in the bottom of the fifth inning against Florida State on Wednesday night. Then, the Gator slugger slapped a ball to right-center that sank over the SEC Champions sign for a …

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Gators host rival Seminoles in top-15 matchup

Gators' Hannah Adams slides into second

Softball fans are in for a treat tonight at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium as the Sunshine Showdown comes to Gainesville. This is the first of two games between the Florida Gators and Florida State Seminoles. Due to all of the excitement surrounding this rivalry game, it’s fair to expect a …

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All SEC teams announced for conference tournament

March Madness is approaching and the SEC teams have been chosen for the conference championship tournament. This tournament will tell which teams are going to have the greatest Final Four chances. Several teams in this conference have compelling cases to make it that far. Check out which teams have the …

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