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Gators Volleyball Looking to Pickup Tough Road Win Against LSU

No. 11 Florida is traveling to Baton Rouge on Wednesday trying to extend their season-long winning streak to eight. The Gators couldn’t have asked for a better start to the SEC season as they beat both Ole Miss and Mississippi State without dropping a set. Wednesday’s match will be LSU’s …

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Gator Volleyball Starts Off SEC Play Against Ole Miss

After going 9-3 in their pre-conference schedule, Florida will get it’s first taste of conference play Friday night. The No. 11 Florida Gators host the Mississippi Rebels (10-4) at 7 p.m. in their first of two SEC home matches this weekend. Florida has yet to drop a match against Ole …

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Gators Sweep the Day, Down JU and FIU

The Florida Gators seemed to be hitting their stride after dropping only one set all Friday against the Dolphins and the Panthers. No.11 Florida downed Jacksonville University in a noon match 3-1 and swept Florida International 3-0 at 7 p.m. Friday night during the Honda of Gainesville Gator Invitational. Downing …

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Florida Volleyball Travels to FSU For Annual In-State Rivalry Game

The No. 11 Florida Gators are coming into the Sunshine Showdown after taking two out of three matches in the Lumberjack Invitational. In 2017, Florida defeated the Seminoles 3-0 at home. Rachael Kramer was the star of the night as she had 10 kills with five blocks. Paige Hammons also contributed …

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Gators Volleyball Set for Play in Lumberjack Invitational

After hosting the Bubly Invitational last weekend in Gainesville, the No. 8 Gators volleyball team is headed out on a trip to the west coast. Beginning on Friday, Florida will participate in the Lumberjack Invitational in Flagstaff, Arizona. The Gators will face Cal State Northridge early Friday afternoon before facing …

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Florida Volleyball: Freshmen Look to Fill Important Spots

Florida volleyball welcomes six freshmen this year after last season’s National Championship run. Losing All-Americans Carli Snyder, Rhamat Alhassan, Shainah Joseph, plus libero Caroline Knop will cause the team to take a hit. But, the incoming class of top prospects are ready to take on that challenge. Thayer Hall Remember …

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