While we await the start of college football season, another form of football is already underway as the soccer team hosts an in-state foe for its third game of the nascent schedule. Meanwhile, one lady golfer wraps up her summer of work at a prestigious event across the pond. Brace yourself Gator fans, because starting this weekend Florida sports gets real again. Here is the latest news!
https://twitter.com/GatorsSoccer/status/1430879954548535297 The soccer team hosts the No. 19 Central Florida Knights today in the second of a three-game homestand. It has been a bit of a rough start for the squad having begun the season with a loss and a tie. The action begins at 7 p.m. EDT and can be followed on the SEC Network+ or GatorVision radio.
https://twitter.com/GatorsGolf/status/1430650857612267521 Women's golfer Annabell Fuller has had quite a summer on the links, showing growth and improvement in each week of action the past few months. The culmination of all of her work this offseason starts today when she takes part in the 41st Curtis Cup in Wales. The young Gator has already teed off starting at 2:30 a.m. EDT and will continue competition until Saturday, which can be watched on the Golf Channel.
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