Gators Win SEC All-Sports Title

For the 11th time, the Florida Gators have swept the New York Times Regional Newspaper Group's Southeastern Conference All-Sports titles. The success of the Florida athletic program won the overall, men's and women's SEC All-Sports titles. Florida is the only school to collect all three titles in a single season.

This is the 21st overall SEC All-Sports title for Florida, while it's the 18th women's and 15th men's titles.

It's the second time that Florida matched the league record for titles in a single season with eight. The Gators have 50 conference titles since 2001-2002 academic year, the most by any conference school during the 10-year span. The eight titles this season came in men's basketball, women's cross country, men's golf, soccer, women's tennis, men's indoor track & field, volleyball and a share of the baseball title. Florida also claimed another league crown in 2011 as the lacrosse team took the American Lacrosse Conference title.

This is the fifth consecutive year that the Florida women stayed atop the SEC standings.

If the Gators can stay in the top 10 in overall athletic program standings, it will be the 28th consecutive year. Florida is the only school to finish among the nation's top 10 overall most successful athletic programs each year since 1983. Final standings are released June 30.

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