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    1. College Update: Florida Winter Classic, Carolina Kickoff, and More

      The first two weekends of action are in the books and some top teams are already writing their 2017 story.

    2. Florida Winter Classic 2015: Tournament Recap

      The first elite tournament of the 2015 college women's season is in the books. Find out what we learned about the top teams from Orlando and what it means for the rest of the season.

    3. Steady Kansas Offense Overcomes Central Florida In FWC Final

      Kansas tied the bow in a one-loss weekend in Orlando, defeating Central Florida 15-12 in the final.

    4. Florida Winter Classic 2015: Tournament Preview

      Florida Winter Classic marks the beginning of the college women's regular season. Featuring 8 ranked squads, including reigning Champions Ohio State, the tournament will serve as a critical measuring stick and evaluation tool for both teams and fans.

    5. Florida Winter Classic Recap: Central Florida Defeats Ohio State in Statement Tournament Win

      The story of Florida Winter Classic’s 2014 iteration began with the tournament drawing in big name competition from outside the Southeast region to a traditionally…

    6. Florida Winter Classic: Divisions II & III Preview

      Our recent Full Field Hammer article on the Southeast schedule paid particular attention to the opener of the Southeast season.

    7. Florida Winter Classic: Division-I Preview

      The typical Southeast kickoff party hosted in Gainesville, Florida, each January, Florida Winter Classic brings together the region’s top competitors to size each other up.

    8. FullFieldHammer: The Southeast Women’s Season Map

      The Southeast Region managed to win two bids to the College Championships last season, a major step forward for the typically one-bid region.

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