Welcome to a humpday edition of Gators News and on today’s agenda, we have the men’s golf team who wrapped up its fall season on the links at the Isleworth Collegiate while the gymnastics team announced its schedule for 2022. It is a short update today — here is the latest news from around the Gator Nation.
— Gators Golf (@GatorsGolf) October 19, 2021
The men’s golf team battled back from a 10th place opening round and a 9th place start yesterday to finish competition at the Isleworth Collegiate in Windermere, Florida, in 5th place after a furious final round of play. The Gators shot a combined 6-under (282) for its best round of the tournament and second-lowest of the fall. Men’s golf goes into hibernation until Jan. 31, 2022, when it opens the spring season at the Sea Best Invitational.
The wait ⏳ is over…
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— Gators Gymnastics (@GatorsGym) October 19, 2021
The gymnastics team released its 2022 schedule on Tuesday, with the season opening up on Jan. 7 with a quad meet featuring Northern Illinois, Rutgers and Texas Woman’s University in the O’Connell Center. Their first away game comes on Jan. 21 when they travel to take on the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens.
Around the Swamp
Here’s a look at the Florida Gators’ 2021-22 men’s basketball roster: This roster is a bit glutted with guards, but it’s a more balanced team than meets the eye.
Florida sees huge drop in CBS Sports power rankings: After losing on Saturday, UF saw the biggest drop of any team in the CBS Sports college football power rankings.
Here’s where the Gators could land come bowl game season: Both of them project that UF will land in the Outback Bowl in Tampa.
How far did Florida fall in CBS Sports’ CFB rankings?: Florida was one the biggest movers on CBS Sports’ college football rankings this week.
This 2023 in-state 4-star DE has Florida in his top three: Florida has the home-field advantage with Harris at Palm Bay High in Melbourne.
Florida center Colin Castleton named to preseason First Team All-SEC: He flirted with the NBA draft this offseason, but he decided to return to school for his senior season.
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— Florida Gators (@FloridaGators) October 19, 2021