Andy Jackson Resigns, Other Gator Sports Updates
After 11 years as the Gator men's tennis head coach, Andy Jackson has decided to step down from his duties. The two-time SEC coach of the year resigned on Friday afternoon, and a new search is set to begin immediately for the 10th head coach of the men's tennis program.
In other Gator sports news, top-ranked women's tennis player Allie Will is the lone Gator left in NCAA Singles competition, beating No. 37 Abigail Tere-Apisah from Georgia State 6-1, 6-4 to advance to the tournament quarterfinals. Lauren Embree's singles action came to a close, falling in straight sets to No. 2 Beatrice Capra from Duke 6-1, 6-3. Embree did advance to the NCAA Doubles quarterfinals with teammate Joanna Mather.
In women's golf, the No. 12 Florida Gators finished the NCAA Championships with their second-straight top 15 finish, placing 12th in Franklin, Tennessee. Alabama held off Southern California for the top spot in the tournament.
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