Florida Gators Womens Volleyball Tickets
League: NCAA Division I
Home Games: O'Connell Center
Head Coach: Mary Wise
Championships: 12 conference tournament championships
All-Time Greats: Aycan Gokberk, Jenny Manz, Jane Collymore and Rhamat Alhassan
Florida Gators Women's Volleyball TicketsThe University of Florida’s women's volleyball team began somewhat later than similar programs at other colleges. The university authorized the creation of the team for the fall 1984 season under first head coach Marilyn McReavy. Although McReavy's overall win record outweighed the losses, her final season in 1990 boasted only a 15—16 record. The Gators made their first appearance in the Final Four in 1992, ultimately losing to the UCLA Bruins. Another notable Final Four appearance occurred in 2002 with the defeat of the Temple Owls in the Sweet 16. An overall win for the Gators was again thwarted, this time by the USC Trojans. Despite some crushing losses as the team neared the top, the Florida Gators have continued to improve under Wise's leadership. The Gators fought hard to get to a No. 1 ranking in 2017. Grab your choice of Florida Gators women's volleyball tickets today at StubHub.
Where does the Florida Gators women's volleyball team play?The team's home stadium is the Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center, also known simply as the O'Dome or the O'Connell Center.The stadium is on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville. After a renovation in 2016, the center can host up to 10,133 fans for volleyball events and other athletics. Sports commentator Dick Vitale nicknamed the student section of the arena the "Rowdy Reptiles", mentioning that the fan fervor generated from home games for any Gators team made it a tough venue for opponents.
What conference does the team play in?The Florida Gators play as a member of the Southeastern Conference. Unlike some other sponsored sports, volleyball does not have a regional grouping within the SEC. Other schools included in the conference that the team may face come tournament time include the Georgia Bulldogs and the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Who is the head coach for the Gators women's volleyball team?As only the second coach in the history of the program, Mary Wise leads the Florida women's volleyball team. There have been over 40 All-American volleyball players across various teams, and Wise has coached all of them to victory. She is also the first coach in the history of the NCAA to win a consecutive 100 games. During the first 20 seasons of Wise's tenure, she led the Gators to victories in over 90% of matches played. The skills of some of her seasoned players are unquestionable, but Wise's talents as a coach are a big part of what makes the Gators so formidable.
What is a Florida Gators volleyball game like?Any Florida Gators women's volleyball game brings much tension and excitement to fans or opponents alike. Attending a match on the Gators' home turf at O'Connell Center will give you a taste of just how passionate the student-led Rowdy Reptiles can be when it comes to cheering for their team.
Where can I get tickets to a Florida Gators women's volleyball game?If you want to stay on top of the action this season, StubHub is your best source for ticketing information and purchases. At StubHub, your purchase is protected by the FanProtect Guarantee in case of schedule changes or cancellations. You can also find information on the women's volleyball season schedule, possible opponents the team might face and venue and ticket options for away games at StubHub.
How much are Gators volleyball tickets?Prices for Florida Gators women's volleyball tickets can vary. Different games taking place at various locations may have fluctuating pricing structures. Some tickets come in packages for the season or feature passes as part of the deal. The best way to stay informed on accurate prices for Florida Gators women's volleyball tickets is to visit StubHub. You can also set up notifications on the mobile app to alert you of changes in pricing.
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