This is a list of the hottest women in sports who went to the University of Florida. All of these beautiful women were involved in sports while attending Florida. A couple of these women have gone on to be world class athletes, while a couple others are heavily involved in sports today in other capacities.
All of these women make nice livings today from sports. One of the women is one of the highest paid, if not the highest paid, women in her sports field. She also has almost two million Twitter followers and is as well known as any women in sports today.
A couple of other famous women in sports also attended the University of Florida, but did not make this list of the hottest women in sports from Florida.
- Lisa Raymond
Lisa Raymond was a great tennis player for the University of Florida. She won NCAA singles titles in 1992 and 1993, and helped lead the Florida Gators to their first NCAA tennis team championship in 1992.
Since her days at Florida, Lisa Raymond has gone on to win 11 Grand Slam tennis titles. That includes winning one Grand Slam doubles title at the Australian Open, the French Open, and Wimbledon, plus three doubles titles at the U.S. Open.
Lisa Raymond has also won a mixed doubles title at the French Open, and two mixed doubles titles at both Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. Lisa has never advanced past the quarterfinals in singles play at any of the Grand Slam tournaments, but very few women have ever won 11 Grand Slam titles in tennis.
- Abby Wambach
Another great Florida Gator women athlete is Abby Wambach. Abby played soccer for the Gators from 1998-2001, and helped lead Florida to a NCAA championship in 1998, as well as four consecutive SEC titles. Abby Wambach is still the all-time leading scorer at Florida with 96 goals.
Abby Wambach has gone on to win gold medals with the U.S. women's soccer team at the 2004 and 2012 Olympics. Abby was injured during the 2004 Olympics.
In addition to Olympic play, Abby Wambach has also played soccer professionally. She has played for the Washington Freedom, and its successor magicjack in the WUSA and WPS. Abby now plays for Western New York Flash in the NWSL, which will begin play in 2013.