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  • No. 2 UF bounces back, claims 10-2 win over No. 9 UCF

    No. 2 UF bounces back, claims 10-2 win over No. 9 UCF
    GAINESVILLE — After dropping its series opener to No. 9 UCF in Orlando on Tuesday, The No. 2 Florida baseball team brought everything it had to the plate on Wednesday.
  • UCF basketball's offense stalls, Knights fall at rival USF

    UCF basketball's offense stalls, Knights fall at rival USF
    USF (9-21, 3-14) snapped out of its slump and thrashed rival UCF (12-17, 5-13), earning a 75-45 win over the Knights. Staphon Blair led UCF with 12 points, but no other UCF player could manage more than six points. The Knights hit 14-of-53 shots from...

    No. 9 UCF baseball knocks off No. 2 UF in front of record crowd

    No. 9 UCF baseball knocks off No. 2 UF in front of record crowd
    It may have been a freshman who threw the first pitch, but seniors delivered the knockout punches. In the first ever top-10 matchup in program history, No. 9 UCF defeated No. 2 Florida 4-3 Tuesday night in front of a record crowd of 4,319 at Jay Bergman...

    Fun questions with UCF baseball's JoJo Woods

    Fun questions with UCF baseball's JoJo Woods
    Normally, we'd call this our five fun questions spot but things ran a little long with UCF's latest baseball star of the week JoJo Woods.  Woods, a senior outfielder, was selected as the American Athletic Conference player of the week making him the...

    UConn Women Close Regular Season, Squeak By USF, 88-65

    UConn Women Close Regular Season, Squeak By USF, 88-65
    TAMPA, Fla. – Back in the day, as Geno Auriemma would say, UConn's regular season always ended with a crescendo. There was Notre Dame, until the Irish left the Big East. Then there was Louisville, until the Cardinals bolted the American Athletic...