Special report on the Florida Gators women's tennis team: GAINESVILLE, Fla. – In a regular-season weekend that was one of the most challenging and competitive in recent memory for the Florida women's tennis team, the Gators came through it with a pair of victories and their nation's-best
Jackson Kowar was in a rush on Sunday afternoon, but he forgot to tell the offense he had places to be. Kowar dispatched of the Tribe in a four-minute, 13-pitch, three-strikeout frame that set the tone for an 11-6 win, finishing the Florida Gators (3-0) opening weekend sweep of William & Mary (0-3).
Brittany Brown and Ivey Slaughter each scored 14 points and No. 4 Florida State routed Clemson 80-47 on Saturday. The Seminoles, who were playing their third game in six days, bounced back from losses to No. 8 Texas and Virginia. Chatrice White added 10 points and 11 rebounds for her fifth double-double