SIX BITS: coaches, Beal, NBA, Andrews, Schutte

1 » The Florida Gators recently let their own senior writer, GatorZone’s Scott Carter, in the football meeting rooms for two days as coaches watched film and prepared for spring practice. Three notes in particular stood out in the piece. (1) Former NFL safety Lance Schulters dropped by the facility. (2) Head coach Will Muschamp “fiery” when learning that some of his players’ lean-body mass and fast mass figures were not up to par. (3) Former Boise State backup quarterback Bush Hamdan is a football intern with the team. Doing a bit of research, former Florida graduate assistant Ryan Solesky (2006-09) has also returned to intern with the team.

2 » Gators freshman guard Bradley Beal has the NBA in his future but whether or not he decides to go pro after this season is a decision he has yet to make. “I have no clue,” he said. “I haven’t even really thought about it. Right now, I don’t know. I haven’t put too much thought into it. When that time comes I’m going to talk to Coach [Billy] Donovan and my family and we’re going to have to sit down and talk about it. When that time comes, it comes.” Beal also said he will be happy no matter what he decides. “If I leave, I still played a great year of college. I enjoyed it,” he said. “If I stay, it’s only going to make me get better. Either way it goes, I’m gaining something positive out of it.”

3 » Two former Florida players had top-notch performances in the NBA on Tuesday. Memphis Grizzlies center Marreese Speights scored a season- and team-high 25 points on 12-of-20 shooting with seven rebounds, five assists, a steal and a block in a 116-111 double-overtime loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. Just under 500 miles away, forward Chandler Parsons scored a team-high 21 points on 9-of-16 shooting with seven boards, six dimes and a steal to lead his Houston Rockets over Oklahoma City. Parsons also registered another impressive dunk, this time over Serge Ibaka.

4 » Could Erin Andrews’s time at ESPN be drawing to a close? The network confirmed to SportsBusiness Journal this week that the ACC Tournament was “the last scheduled assignment for Erin Andrews” as her “contract [is] coming up.” However, the Worldwide Leader also said that they “hope to renew her.” Andrews signed a two-year deal with ESPN in 2010, one that saw her duties increase. In addition to doing sideline reporting and working on stories for College GameDay, Andrews was given hosting duties for the first hour of the program on ESPNU and a role on Good Morning America on ABC. She was even on the red carpet interviewing celebrities prior to this year’s Oscars. Andrews had a number of intriguing offers for her services in 2010 and is expected to have as many – if not more – as she is set to become a free agent again this year.

5 » No. 4 Gators softball’s title chances have taken a hit as it appears that junior catcher Brittany Schutte, the team’s batting average leader (.477) who also has three homers and 23 RBIs in the young season, broke her jaw on March 2 and is out of action indefinitely. “If we get her back at all this season, it won’t be for a long time,” head coach Tim Walton told The Gainesville Sun’s Pat Dooley. Schutte has already missed eight games and “had surgery on March 5 to insert a plate in her jaw and wire it shut.” With Florida losing so many power hitters to graduation last season, Schutte’s bit bat fit in nicely in the middle of the lineup. The Gators will be unable to replace her hitting but have classmate Kelsey Horton filling in for her behind the plate.

6 » Florida women’s basketball earned an at-large berth to the 2012 NCAA Tournament on Monday, learning that they will be participating in the event for the 13th time in school history and first since 2009. The Gators will take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in first-round action on Sunday with the winner likely facing the undefeated and top-ranked Baylor in second-round action. Below is a video courtesy of GatorVision.tv of the team celebrating their berth.

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3/12: Donovan, Gators discuss NCAA Tourney

With his team having lost four of their last five games as they head into the 2012 NCAA Tournament, Florida Gators head coach Billy Donovan and a few of his players discussed the upcoming event in a scheduled media availability on Monday.

ON FLORIDA’s NO. 7 SEED IN THE WEST REGION

Listed by the NCAA Tournament selection committee as the No. 28 overall team in the field, the Gators were provided the “worst” seven seed and will take on the 10-seed Virginia Cavaliers on Friday at 2:10 p.m.

» Donovan on if he is pleased with the seeding: “Whenever a seed is handed out, I’ve always believed you kind of move on and move forward and you’re not going to change anything. The committee spends an enormous amount of time, they’re very diligent. I felt like going into it a five, maybe six, somewhere in that range. Compared up or matched up with everybody else in the field they gave us a seed that they thought was fair. I don’t have a problem with it. I’m fine. We’ve got to move on and play. […] For us right now it’s a one-game tournament. We’ve been given the opportunity to play Friday against Virginia and right now that’s the only thing that matters. If you’re fortunate enough to advance and move on, then you worry about the next opponent that comes.”

» Senior point guard Erving Walker on if he was nervous while watching the show: “It wasn’t too bad. We knew we made it – it’s a lot different sitting there on the bubble.”

ON VIRGINIA’S PACK-LINE DEFENSE

Recently profiled by Sports Illustrated, the Cavaliers’ Pack-Lane defense was pioneered by the father of current Virginia coach Tony Bennett and has been the primary method of UVA’s success this season. As SI notes, Virginia “plays at the 339th slowest pace in D-I because the Pack-Line is next-to-impossible to score on early in the shot clock. By limiting the number of possessions, Pack-Lining can fuel Cinderella runs but also produce aesthetic atrocities.” In 31 games this season, the Cavaliers have held 25 teams to fewer to 62 points (12 of those scored fewer than 50 and three posted fewer than 40).

» Donovan on the defense: “They do a terrific job defensively. They’re well-positioned. They do a great job holding teams down. They’ve done that all year long. Certainly they’ve played in a terrific conference, the ACC. They’ve faced some of the better teams in the country all year long. It will be a little bit different for us so to speak. We have played teams that maybe don’t necessarily do the exact same thing but there are teams that have similar philosophies, similar mindsets in terms of how they want to play defensively. There’s no question that’s obviously a real strength of their team is how well they do defend, the way they help each other, the pressure they apply on the ball, the way they try to eliminate and take away things at the basket. […] I think they’ve done it with their defense. They’re holding teams down. Any time you hold teams down like they do, you’re always going to be in the game and give yourself a chance to win. If you look at a lot of their games and a lot of their scores, they’re always very tight and very close.”

» Freshman guard Bradley Beal on how to attack a tough defense: “We’re going to try to push the tempo and get them out of their comfort zone, get them to play fast and play at our pace.”

» Junior forward Erik Murphy on some offensive philosophy: “We’re always trying to run. It’s what Coach Donovan preaches – trying to run and push the tempo offensively. I think we’ll try and do that.”

PLAYER NOTES

» Donovan on Boynton’s recent struggles: “I got great confidence in Kenny that when he’s open he should shoot the ball and take those shots. Like anything else, when the ball’s not going in the basket, you cannot be consumed with it. You’ve got to do other things.”

» Donovan on how Murphy impacts the team: “He stretches the defense. His shots a lot of times are coming from decisions. Erik is not a shot-creator for himself. He has gotten better at catching it, maybe shot-faking, putting the ball on the floor for a couple of dribbles and driving it to the basket. He’s done a little more of that as the season has gone on. He is a recipient of our backcourt players coming off of screens, him popping back. Or Patric’s rolling to the basket and he’s kind of rolling in behind him. He’s really a guy that relies on the floor being moved and spaced and our guards making decisions to find him when he’s open.“

» Donovan on if he is seeing improvements from Young: “I actually thought Patric did a pretty good job. He gave us a low-post presence. In the Alabama game he got great low post position, but he did not finish plays like he is normally capable of and he did not shoot the ball particularly well. In the Kentucky game he had some really good plays in the first half in and around the basket. He went to the basket really strong in the second half offensive rebounding-wise. Patric has been, I’d say the last two weeks, he’s been much better in terms of being more consistent and maybe moving on and trying to block out some of the things that have distracted him health-wise. I think he’s grown and matured. I’m hoping he can see that when he’s prepared really well in practice and he’s been really focused and worked to get better, there has definitely been a significant improvement once the game has come.”

» Donovan on if Young’s inconsistencies are normal for a player at his position and of his age: “The answer would be yes, somewhat. It’s always interesting to me, and I don’t know if I’ll ever find out this answer. There are certain guys that go from a role position the year before and jump into a starting role and can absorb it and handle it and there’s absolutely no transition. A perfect example for that would be Matt Bonner. Matt Bonner his freshman year didn’t really play a whole lot. Brent Wright goes down with an injury, he steps in and from that point forward he averages 15 points a game and was phenomenal. There was very little adjustment. Joakim Noah, there was very little adjustment. But then there have been other players where they kind of come out of a role from a year ago where it’s taken them some time to understand the consistency it takes and the everyday effort and focus it takes to be a key roleplayer and a starter and to be able to perform on a regular basis. As a frontcourt player, it’s not that surprising. I’ve seen Patric really make some great strides and grow from a year ago in terms of his consistency. But I do think, for him, that is part of the maturation process that he is going through. […] I’m always looking for if a guy has gotten better. I think Patric is a better player today than he was a year ago. If Patric was in that role last year and Vernon wasn’t here, there is no way he would have been able to handle what he’s handled this year.”

» Beal on playing in his first NCAA Tournament: “It’s real exciting. The SEC Tournament was just a glimpse of what the NCAA tournament is going to be like. […] I’m actually living a dream now, so I’m just really looking forward to it and I can’t wait until Friday.”

» Walker on why the NCAA Tournament is different: “The intensity of the game. Both teams are so focused and certain teams and players seem to play out of their mind in the NCAA Tournament.”

» Walker on how far the team can go: “We want to go as far as we can – Final Four or Championship – but it all starts with preparation and practice and just taking it one game at a time, focusing on Virginia first.”

» Murphy on if his confidence is up after the Kentucky game: “My confidence is always there. That’s not an issue. Shots fell against Kentucky and they may fall or they may not [in other games]. You just got to do everything else you can to help the team win.”

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Three Florida Gators earn All-SEC honors from AP

Three members of the 2011-12 Florida Gators basketball team earned recognition from the Associated Press on Monday for their efforts this season.

Guards freshman Bradley Beal and junior Kenny Boynton were named to the All-SEC Second Team, and senior point guard Erving Walker received an honorable mention though he was not placed on a team.

Beal and Boynton were named to the All-SEC First Team last week by the conference’s coaches with Walker earning a spot on the second team. Beal was also added to the SEC All-Freshman Team, and sophomore center Patric Young earned recognition for his activities both on the court and in the classroom (3.37 GPA in telecommunications) with the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.

Those four Florida players are not the only ones to receive special recognition after this season as sophomore forward Will Yeguete was placed on the 2012 SEC Community Service Team last Monday.

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OGGOA’s 2012 NCAA Tournament Challenge

ONLY GATORS Get Out Alive is inviting you, our readers, to join our third annual NCAA Tournament Challenge. Hosted by CBSSports.com, OGGOA’s 2012 NCAA Tournament Challenge is intended to provide you all with a sense of community, competition and – of course – a few PRIZES as you watch the Florida Gators compete in the event!

OGGOA will give out a grand prize as well as a runner-up prize as part of the contest. The grand prize – a copy of Sports Illustrated signed by former Gators guard/forward Corey Brewer will be sent to the overall winner by Palm Beach Autographs. The second prize – a set of Florida Gators party supplies – will be awarded to the entry with the most total correct picks. Have fun and enjoy March Madness!

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Gators get No. 7 seed in 2012 NCAA Tournament

No. 21/22 Florida Gators basketball (23-10) has earned a berth to the 2012 NCAA Tournament after completing a hard-fought regular season that included posting a 14-2 record at home and a 4-6 record against RPI top-50 teams including three losses to Kentucky, the team ranked No. 1 overall.

As announced during the NCAA Selection Show, Florida – a No. 7 seed – will face the No. 10-seed Virginia Cavaliers (22-9) of the ACC in Omaha, NE on Friday at 2:10 p.m. (ET). The game will air live on TNT with Marv Albert calling the action, Steve Kerr serving as color commentator and Craig Sager reporting from the sideline.

The Gators, placed in the West Region (Phoenix, AZ), could advance to face No. 2 Missouri (30-4) or No. 15 Norfolk State (25-9) in the third round on Sunday. Florida has never played Mizzou in men’s basketball and is set to face them in football next season for the first time since 1966.

The final editions of the 2011-12 season USA Today/ESPN Coaches’ Top 25 Poll and Associated Press Top 25 Poll were released on Sunday and Monday, and the Kentucky Wildcats (31-2, 18-1 SEC) held on to the No. 1 spot despite losing in the finals of the 2012 SEC Tournament.

The Gators fell three spots in each poll to No. 22 and No. 25 in the respective rankings after losing for the third time this season to the Wildcats; Florida has now lost six of their last nine games. UF earned second-round victory in the SEC Tournament against Alabama (66-63) on Friday before suffering a tough loss against Kentucky (74-71) on Saturday in semifinal action.

WeekGator BaitRecordAP Top 25USA TodayNCAA RPI
Preseason--No. 7 (1,153)No. 7 (568)-
2W 68-45 vs. William & Mary1-0No. 8 (1,127)No. 7 (560)-
3L 69-67 vs. Miami
W(OT) 61-56 vs. ULM
2-1No. 18 (467)No. 16 (303)-
4L(OT) 65-66 vs. Georgetown
W 56-47 vs. UAB
L 64-75 vs. North Carolina
3-3NR (40)No. 24 (60)-

USA TODAY/ESPN COACHES POLL
This Week 1-5: Kentucky (30), Syracuse, Missouri (1), Michigan State, North Carolina
6-10: Kansas, Ohio State, Duke, Murray State, Baylor
11-15: Marquette, Florida State, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgetown
16-20: Saint Mary’s, Indiana, Louisville, Wichita State, Creighton
21-25: Florida, New Mexico, San Diego State, Vanderbilt, UNLV

Last Week 1-5: Kentucky (31), Syracuse, Kansas, North Carolina, Missouri
6-10: Duke, Ohio State, Michigan State, Marquette, Murray State
11-15: Baylor, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgetown, Indiana
16-20: Wichita State, Florida State, Saint Mary’s, Florida, UNLV
21-25: San Diego State, Creighton, Notre Dame, Temple, Gonzaga

ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25 POLL
This Week 1-5: Kentucky, Syracuse, Missouri, North Carolina, Michigan State
6-10: Kansas, Ohio State, Duke, Baylor, Florida State
11-15: Marquette, Murray State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgetown
16-20: Indiana, Louisville, Wichita State, Creighton, Vanderbilt
21-25: New Mexico, San Diego, UNLV, Saint Mary’s, Florida

Last Week 1-5: Kentucky (63), Syracuse (2), Kansas, North Carolina, Missouri,
6-10: Duke, Ohio State, Michigan State, Marquette, Michigan
11-15: Murray State, Baylor, Georgetown, Wisconsin, Indiana
16-20: Wichita State, Florida State, San Diego State, Creighton, UNLV
21-25: Temple, Florida, Notre Dame, Gonzaga, Iowa State

*Numbers in parenthesis represent first-place votes.

Announcement footage above courtesy of Gatorvision.tv.

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3/10: (4) Florida vs. (1) Kentucky post-game notes

The No. 19/22 Florida Gators dropped a 74-71 heart-breaker to the No. 1/1 Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday in the semifinals of the 2012 Southeastern Conference Tournament. Before Florida can advance to the 2012 NCAA Tournament, head coach Billy Donovan and a handful of players met with the media to discuss the loss.

FLORIDA PUTS FORTH A PRAISEWORTHY EFFORT

In what was a relatively even game offensively (both teams took 60 shots with Florida making two more than Kentucky), the final score was decided mostly by foul shooting. The Wildcats went 15-for-20 from the line while the Gators hit just two shots on their one trip to the charity stripe. Donovan was incensed at the disparity following the contest.

“I was proud of the way our guys competed today. I thought we had a two-minute stretch there where we gave up a few offensive rebounds. We had a couple turnovers that kind of allowed them to regain some momentum and take the lead,” he said. “But I really thought the difference in the game to me was the fact that we got to the free throw line two times and [in] by far the most physical game that we have played in all year. How we only got there two times is beyond me.

“That was a huge factor for us to be that close as we were with such a huge discrepancy. But we shot the ball well. I thought we moved the ball, made the extra pass. But I thought the offensive rebounding late in the second half and a few of our turnovers hurt us. But I give our guys credit. They battled and fought to get themselves back into the game to give themselves a chance.”

Donovan continued by discussing all of the things Florida was able to move past in the game – UK owning the offensive boards, UF turning the ball over at inopportune times – but remained fixated on the disparity from the free throw line.

“What we couldn’t overcome was 20 free throws to two,” he said. “And then what we couldn’t overcome was the rebounding margin, in particular the offensive rebounding. […] But when you see from our bench in the second half, Patric Young getting pushed in the back constantly, constantly, constantly, and there’s just no whistle. I mean, to me, it’s really hard to overcome 20 free throws to two.

“There’s no way in the game like that. I could see if Kentucky was playing two-three zone and didn’t touch anybody…but we were fouling them. I’m not saying that we didn’t foul them. There [were] times we fouled them. I thought Murphy, when [Terrence] Jones drove, we fouled him. I’m not saying that. But I mean, we got to the free throw line two times? I mean, we just had a hard time overcoming that. But I thought our guys battled as physically as best they could up front.”

Asked if he saw fouls that were not called, Donovan nodded his head in affirmation.

“Yeah. Patric Young’s going up on offensive rebound and he’s being pushed in the back. And we’re doing the same thing to them,” he said. “I’m not saying that we’re not doing it. We’re doing the same thing. It’s just I’ll deal with the office on it. It’s probably the best way to put it. And I’ll have a lot to say, too. And when I say that, it had nothing to do with us losing the game, so I don’t want to take anything away from Kentucky. They deserve the game. They won the game.”

Read the second half of the post-game news and notes…after the break!
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No. 1 Kentucky slides past No. 19 Florida 74-71, eliminates Gators from SEC Tournament

Playing in their second nail-biter in as many days, the No. 19/22 Florida Gators (23-10, 11-7 SEC) showed passion and tenacity despite being outlasted by the No. 1/1 Kentucky Wildcats (32-1, 18-0 SEC) in the semifinals of the 2012 Southeastern Conference Tournament on Saturday afternoon. Kentucky edged past Florida 74-71 at the New Orleans Arena in New Orleans, LA, defeating their long-time rivals thrice in one season for the first time since 2003-04.

The Gators were led by sterling efforts from junior forward Erik Murphy and freshman guard Bradley Beal on both ends of the court. Murphy scored a career-high and game-high 24 points on 9-of-12 shooting while going 4-for-4 from long range and grabbing three rebounds. Beal added 20 points on 8-of-15 shooting (4-for-7 from downtown) with team-highs of eight boards and five assists. The duo combined to score 62 percent of UF’s points in the game.

The Wildcats had all five starters score in double figures. G Doron Lamb scored a team-high 16 points while three other players – F Anthony Davis, F Terrence Jones and G Marquis Teague – each added 15. Davis posted a double-double by adding 12 rebounds (five offensive) to go along with two blocks.

The contest started with a frantic pace as both teams scored early and often. Kentucky found success in the paint while Florida hit four of their first seven attempts from long range. The Gators used a 9-2 run including a blockbuster dunk by sophomore guard Casey Prather to take an early eight-point advantage, extending that lead to 10 points with 8:47 left in the half after Beal scored five-straight.

The Wildcats responded with a 9-2 run of their own to cut their deficit down to three, but UF found themselves back up seven on UK with under five minutes to play. However, Florida failed to make a field goal the final 4:24 of the half, and Kentucky concluded the first 20 minutes on an 8-0 run to take a 40-39 lead at the break, their first of the game.

The Gators maintained their intensity coming out of the locker rooms, taking a 54-49 lead as Beal and Murphy combined to score Florida’s first 12 points of the second half. The Wildcats matched their opponents shot for shot, and Kentucky used a 16-2 scoring stretch to take a 64-55 lead with seven minutes to play.

UF allowed UK to get back in the game by going scoreless for 6:32. In that span, the Gators coughed up four turnovers, committed six fouls and grabbed just two rebounds. However, Florida found a way to get back in the game as Murphy scored seven-straight points to reduce his team’s deficit to two with 2:42 remaining.

Both teams traded blows the rest of the way with the Wildcats maintaining a two-point advantage with 14.5 seconds left on the clock. Down four after two free throws, Gators junior G Kenny Boynton missed a contested three-pointer, allowing Kentucky to hang on for the hard-fought victory.

UK outrebounded UF 36-22 (15-6 offensive) and used those boards to take an equal number of attempts from the field as their opponent (60). The difference in the game for the Wildcats came from the free throw line. Kentucky made 15-of-20 tries while Florida was just 2-for-2 from the charity stripe.

While Beal and Murphy flourished, the Gators’ veteran backcourt faltered. Boynton and senior point guard Erving Walker combined to go 4-of-19 from the field (2-of-9 from three) with nine assists. Sophomore center Patric Young was Florida’s only other consistent scorer, posting 10 points on 5-of-9 shooting with five boards (three offensive).

The Gators, already assured of a berth in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, will now wait until Sunday to find out where they will be seeded in the event. Projections have Florida falling in as a No. 5 seed and playing their first game in Nashville, TN.

Photo Credit: Gerald Herbert/Associated Press

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FOUR BITS: baseball, tennis, Young, softball

1 » No. 1 Florida Gators baseball improved to 13-1 this season by defeating the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles (6-5) Friday night in the first of a three-game weekend series. FGCU right-hander Ricky Knapp held Florida in check through five innings, giving the Eagles a 2-0 cushion thanks to a two-run homer by catcher Andrew Valencia in the top of the fourth inning. Junior RHP Hudson Randall (7.1 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 6 K) got the start for the Gators and held on just long enough ensure he did not suffer a loss as junior C Mike Zunino knotted the game with a two-run bomb of his own in the bottom of the sixth. Zunino doubled up with another two-run homer in the eighth, knocking in all four of Florida’s runs on the evening and earning a win for junior left-handed pitcher Steven Rodriguez (3-0, 0.2 IP, K). Junior closer Austin Maddox grabbed his fourth save of the season, striking out three of four batters in the final frame.

2 » No. 2 Gators women’s tennis (9-1, 3-0 SEC) won the team’s 100th consecutive home match at Linder Stadium at Ring Tennis Complex on Friday night, defeateing the No. 22 Vanderbilt Commodores (10-5, 2-1 SEC) 6-1. Florida, which holds the longest active home winning streak for a NCAA Division I women’s sports program, has not fallen on their home court since 2004. The No. 13 pairing of junior Allie Will and sophomore Sofie Oyen and the No. 31 duo of junior Lauren Embree and senior Joanna Mather each won their matches to earn the doubles point for the Gators. Florida also won five of six singles matches with No. 1 Wil, No. 18 Mather, No. 23 Embree, No. 39 Oyen and junior Caroline Hitimana pulling out victories while No. 49 sophomore Alex Cercone fell in a match that lasted over two hours. No. 9 Gators men’s tennis (9-4, 2-1 SEC) also beat the Commodores (5-7, 0-3 SEC) 6-1 on the road in Nashville, TN.

3 » Florida sophomore center Patric Young said after Friday’s game against Alabama that he will return for his junior season in orange and blue, according to a conversation he had with Matt Watts, the sports editor of The Independent Florida Alligator. Young, however, told Watts that he was not sure what freshman guard Bradley Beal planned to do about his future. Beal is currently projected by many analysts as a potential top-10 pick in the 2012 NBA Draft even though his shooting numbers have been suspect for the Gators this season.

4 » No. 3 Gators softball (21-2, 2-1 SEC) dropped their second game of the season on Friday, falling 1-0 to the No. 9 Tennessee Lady Vols (15-3, 1-0 SEC) due to a defensive miscue in the bottom of the seventh inning. Sophomore RHP Hannah Rogers (11-1, 6.2 IP, 5 H, R, 2 BB, 4 K) was tagged for her first loss of the season as Tennessee’s Ellen Renfroe outdueled her, only allowing three hits and one walk while striking out 15 Florida batters. The Gators will look for revenge against the Lady Vols and hope to win the series with back-to-back victories on Saturday on Sunday.

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