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Top 11 for 2011: On the Field Moments of the Year

December 31, 2011 | By Adam Silverstein
For as much as the Florida Gators were in the news off the field in 2011 (check out Friday’s post), the Gator Nation was making plenty of headlines on it as well....
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Embree’s will earns redemption for UF, Boonstra

May 25, 2011 | By Adam Silverstein
Exactly one year ago today, Stanford Cardinal tennis player Mallory Burdette won her team the 2010 NCAA Championship. Squaring off against the higher-ranked Florida Gators, Stanford captured their 16th title when Burdette...
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Top 10 for 2010: On the Field Moments of the Year

January 7, 2011 | By Adam Silverstein
For as much as the Florida Gators were in the news off the field in 2010, the Gator Nation was making plenty of headlines on it as well. From game-winning baskets to...
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Meyer consoles Boonstra after championship loss

June 4, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein
Florida Gators senior tennis player Marrit Boonstra effectively lost the 2010 NCAA National Championship – that is, unfortunately, a fact. It is also the position she was put in by her teammates,...
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FOUR BITS: Softball up one, doubles falls, track

May 30, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein
1 » No. 4 Florida Gators softball (47-8) began its quest for a berth in the 2010 NCAA Women’s College World Series with an 8-0 shutout of the No. 13 Arizona State...
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FOUR BITS: Baseball wins another, five more qualify, doubles advances, softball begins

May 29, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein
1 » In their second-straight elimination game, No. 4 Florida Gators baseball (42-14), the top seed in the 2010 Southeastern Conference Tournament, topped the fifth-seed Vanderbilt Commodores (41-17) 5-2 on Friday night...
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SIX BITS: Baseball wins, Baker OK, seven Gators qualify, tennis updates, lacrosse rookie of year

May 28, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein
1 » Faced with elimination, top-seeded No. 4 Florida Gators baseball (41-4) rode past the No. 12 Arkansas Razorbacks (40-18) 5-4 in the 2010 Southeastern Conference Tournament on Thursday at Regions Park...
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FOUR BITS: Baseball falls; two tennis Ws, one L

May 26, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein
1 » Coming into the 2010 Southeastern Conference Tournament on a high after winning the SEC regular season title, No. 4 Florida Gators baseball (40-14) was brought down a notch with a...
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No. 8 Stanford squeaks by No. 3 Florida for title

May 25, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein
Starving off a near spectacular comeback, No. 8 Stanford Cardinal women’s tennis (26-1) captured the 2010 NCAA National Championship with a 4-3 defeat of the No. 3 Florida Gators (29-3) on Tuesday...
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No. 3 Florida women’s tennis defeats No. 2 North Carolina, advances to 2010 NCAA Championship

May 24, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein
Already rolling their way through the 2010 NCAA Tournament, No. 3 Florida Gators women’s tennis (29-2) swept the No. 2 North Carolina Tar Heels (30-5) 4-0 in the event’s semifinals on Monday...
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