WNCAAB Extra Games 12/10 19:00 - Tulsa Women vs Florida Women - View
WNCAAB 12/17 20:00 - Gardner Webb Women vs Florida Women - View
WNCAAB 12/20 23:30 - Michigan Women vs Florida Women - View
WNCAAB Extra Games 12/30 20:45 - Florida Women vs Winthrop Women - View
WNCAAB 01/05 00:00 - Florida Women vs South Carolina Women - View
WNCAAB 01/07 19:00 - Vanderbilt Women vs Florida Women - View


WNCAAB 12/02 18:00 - [54] Florida Women v Marshall Women [260] L 88-91
WNCAAB 11/29 22:00 - [71] Florida Women v Georgia Tech Women [73] W 68-58
WNCAAB 11/22 18:30 - [247] Columbia Women v Florida Women [60] W 81-83
WNCAAB 11/20 21:00 - [91] Florida Women v Purdue Women [144] W 52-49
WNCAAB 11/17 21:00 - [98] Florida State Women v Florida Women [39] L 79-75
WNCAAB 11/14 01:00 - [337] Florida A&M Women v Florida Women [76] W 54-92
WNCAAB 11/09 23:00 - [328] Bethune Cookman Women v Florida Women [120] W 69-83
WNCAAB 11/06 22:30 - [27] North Florida Women v Florida Women [27] W 65-82
NIT Women 03/27 22:00 3 Florida Women v Bowling Green Women L 52-69
NIT Women 03/23 23:00 4 Florida Women v Clemson Women W 73-63
NIT Women 03/20 22:00 124 Florida Women v Wake Forest Women W 80-63
NIT Women 03/16 22:00 122 Wofford Women v Florida Women W 63-66

The Florida Gators women's basketball team represents the University of Florida in the sport of basketball. The Gators compete in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The Gators play their home games at the O'Connell Center located on the university's Gainesville, Florida campus, and are currently led by head coach Kelly Rae Finley, following the resignation of Cameron Newbauer. The Gators have appeared in 15 NCAA tournaments, with a record of 12-15.


Women's basketball was approved as a sport by the University of Florida in March 1972, and began play in 1973 as a club team. In 1975, the Gators debuted as a varsity program under head coach Paula Welch. They made local headlines in 1976 by winning the "state championship" by beating the other three women's teams in the state at that time.

While historically overshadowed by divisional (and national) basketball powers Tennessee and Georgia, the Gators have made several NCAA tournament appearances and sent players to the WNBA, such as DeLisha Milton-Jones. The winningest coach at Florida is Carol Ross, who guided the team for twelve seasons but left Florida to coach the women's basketball team at her alma mater, Ole Miss.

Florida's women's team was coached by Carolyn Peck, a former WNBA coach who won a national title with Purdue, from 2002 to 2007. Peck was fired midway through the 2006–2007 season (though she was allowed to finish out the season), after enduring the worst losing streak of any Gator sports program.

Former University of Florida player and previous Charlotte coach Amanda Butler was named the new women's basketball coach on April 13, 2007, and remained in that position until 2017.

On March 27, 2017, Cameron Newbauer was announced as the 10th head coach of the University of Florida women's basketball program.

The Florida Women's basketball team is a highly competitive and skilled group of female athletes who represent the University of Florida in the sport of basketball. The team is known for their fast-paced and aggressive style of play, which is characterized by their quick transitions, sharp passes, and accurate shooting. Led by a talented coaching staff, the Florida Women's basketball team is committed to excellence both on and off the court, and they work tirelessly to improve their skills and achieve their goals. With a strong roster of talented players, the team is poised to make a deep run in the NCAA tournament and continue to build on their legacy as one of the top women's basketball programs in the country.