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(LAX) Gators Stay Steady in Latest IWLCA Poll + Merged earlier LAX Threads)

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  1. gatorjjh

    gatorjjh A Gator with a Glass half full attitude Moderator VIP Member

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    Gators Open Home Schedule Against No. 2 Maryland
    Katie Callahan UF
    Florida faces the second-ranked Terrapins at Donald R. Dizney Stadium; Opening Draw set for 7 p.m.
    GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The sixth-ranked Florida Gators continue their slate of challenging non-conference play as the team welcomes No. 2 Maryland to Donald R. Dizney Stadium on Thursday.
    Opening draw is set for 7 p.m. on SEC Network +, with Bernie Guenther and Cara Cannington on the call.

    No. 6 Florida vs. No. 2 Maryland Live Stream

    The Gators are coming off an impressive 16-9 road win over No. 17 Colorado, while the Terrapins earned their first win at home, defeating George Mason 16-5.
    This is the fifth meeting between these two teams, with Maryland holding the 4-0 series advantage. Last season's matchup was decided by just two goals, with the Terps winning 16-14.
    Gators Open Home Schedule Against No. 2 Maryland - Florida Gators
     
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    Down 3-0 before the crowd can sit down...that escalated quickly
     
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    5-0, this is almost comical. Almost
     
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    After the first 6 minute blitz UF settles and it's 5-2 with 18 left in the 1st period
     
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    5-4 now, great recovery after abysmal start
     
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    Nice rebound. Made More dramatic by the start. Good timeout called by coach after going down 0-5.
     
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    7 saves by Hicklin
     
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  8. gatorbogey

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    8 min left 1st half, 6-4 MD
     
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    Whoever is running the stats is having a bad night. Couldn’t update real game time per each play....except on goals.

    Now lost the play by play totally.

    Score currently reads 7-5 MD
     
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    Got it to 7-6....then give up 3 goals in less than a minute. Getting destroyed in draw controls, thats the difference. Losing those 13-4
     
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    And give up another in a few seconds....11-6 now so probably out of it
     
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    10 more draw controls for MD,
    10 more shots on goal
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    13-7 MD
     
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    15-10 MD under 14 min left
     
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    I was there for the first 30 minutes and then had to leave, the draw controls were ice water in the face compared to last year when we had such a solid advantage in most matches, the Terps are #4 and what I saw they merited that ranking
     
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    No. 11 Florida Downed by No. 17 Navy on the Road
    Senior Lindsey Ronbeck recorded her fourth hat trick of the season

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    Game Recap: Lacrosse | Saturday, March 2, 2019 | Katie Callahan UF
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. – In front of a large crowd at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, the No. 11 Florida Gators fell to the 17th-ranked Navy Midshipmen, 14-13.

    Navy put together a 5-0 run with 4:30 remaining in the game to close out the comeback victory.

    Lindsey Ronbeck paced the offense for Florida, scoring four goals on the day. She has now scored at least three goals in all four of the Gators' games this season. Shannon Kavanagh added two goals on the day as well.

    Defensively, the Gators caused a total of seven turnovers, led by two from Caroline Benitez.

    Haley Hicklen registered eight saves, bringing her total to the season to 425.
    No. 11 Florida Downed by No. 17 Navy on the Road - Florida Gators



    attended just a half of action in this exhibition. They played 3 30 minute segments...first 2 under NCAA rules with a running clock, last one under international rules.

    Gators were dominating. Won most of the draws. Offense was lethal. And defense kept Scotland from penetrating. We were slashing and gashing their D. Total contrast in styles. We looked to pass to cutters. They tried isolation plays.
     
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    gatorjjh A Gator with a Glass half full attitude Moderator VIP Member

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    Gators Rise to Fifth in Latest IWLCA Poll
    Katie Callahan UF
    Florida moves up one spot after the first two weeks of the 2019 season.
    GAINESVILLE, Fla. – After a strong road win against No. 17 Colorado and a tightly-contested game against No. 2 Maryland on Thursday, the Florida lacrosse team moved up to fifth in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association poll, as announced on Monday.

    Up next for the Gators is a matchup with No. 16 Loyola in Baltimore, Md. Opening draw is set for Noon at the Ridley Athletic Complex.

    Gators Rise to Fifth in Latest IWLCA Poll - Florida Gators
     
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    Ronbeck, Hicklen Earn AAC Weekly Honors
    Katie Callahan UF
    Lindsey Ronbeck named AAC Attacker of the Week; Hicklen tabbed as AAC Defensive Player of the Week.
    GAINESVILLE, Fla. – After putting up record numbers against No. 2 Maryland, Haley Hicklen and Lindsey Ronbeck were tabbed as AAC Players of the Week.

    Ronbeck earned Attacker of the Week honors after recording eight goals against the Terrapins. Those eight goals tie her career-best mark and tie a Florida program record for most goals in a game.

    Hicklen recorded a .485 save percentage against Maryland and also recorded three groundballs.
    Ronbeck, Hicklen Earn AAC Weekly Honors - Florida Gators
     
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