Despite not playing a match for almost three weeks, the eighth-ranked Florida women’s tennis team was more than ready Friday for its NCAA first-round match with Youngstown State at Linder Stadium at the Ring Tennis Complex.UF (19-8), the No. 9 overall seed, won the doubles point and then proceeded to win three straight singles matches at No. 3, No. 6 and No. 5 for a 4-0 win that moved the Gators into the second round where they will face rival Florida State, a 4-0 winner over North […]



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