Tag Archives: Zippy Broughton

Florida Women’s Basketball’s Leilani Correa Drafted By Indiana Fever

With the No. 27 pick of the 2024 WNBA draft, the Indiana Fever selected Leilani Correa, guard, Florida. Correa is the first Gator to get drafted since Kiki Smith was selected by Connecticut in 2022. This past season Correa was named SEC’s sixth-woman of the year, surpassing 2,000 career points …

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Florida Advances To SEC Tournament Quarterfinals

The Florida women’s basketball team advanced to the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament with a 62-59 win against six-seeded Vanderbilt in Greenville, S.C., on Thursday. First Half Aliyah Matharu, who finished with a career-high 35 points, began the scoring for the 11 seed Gators (16-14) with 11 of Florida’s 17 …

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Florida Falls To Auburn On Senior Day

The Florida women’s basketball team fell to Auburn, 77-74, in the final regular-season game Sunday in the O’Connell Center.  Final. #GoGators | Presented by @WellsFargo pic.twitter.com/H7RpjaEHS4 — Gators Women’s Basketball (@GatorsWBK) March 3, 2024 Hot Start for Florida Florida (14-14, 5-11 SEC) came out with strong takes to the basket …

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Georgia Women’s Basketball Takes Revenge On Florida

After a 78-69 loss in Gainesville last month, Georgia bounced back with a 76-60 win against Florida on Sunday in Athens. Final. #GoGators | Presented by @WellsFargo pic.twitter.com/KLqhgfvTe8 — Gators Women’s Basketball (@GatorsWBK) February 25, 2024 First Half The Bulldogs (12-15, 3-11 SEC) scored the first points of the game …

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Florida Women’s Basketball Rallies To Beat Arkansas

Florida outscored Arkansas 24-10 in the fourth quarter Thursday at the O’Connell Center to pull off an 85-81 SEC women’s basketball win. With outstanding performances from Leilani Correa and Aliyah Matharu, Florida (12-9, 3-6 SEC) found its groove again after a brutal loss to LSU on Sunday. Got the W!#GoGators …

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Nine Gators Sign NIL Deals with OpenLocker


On Friday, nine Florida Gators student-athletes signed NIL deals with OpenLocker. The nine student-athletes include Trevor Etienne and Shemar James in Football; Trinity Thomas, Morgan Hurd and Victoria Nguyen in gymnastics; Aliyah Matharu, Zippy Broughton, and Alex Klatsky in basketball; and Elisha Dees in diving. In addition, the student-athletes would …

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