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Top Five College Teams Of The Decade: No. 2 Florida

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The University of Florida's softball program dominated the 2010 decade and put up some silly numbers along the way.

After knocking on the door of a national championship at the Women's College World Series (WCWS) for several years, the Gators finally broke through in 2014, capturing just the second national title in SEC softball history. Florida went on to repeat as national champions in 2015, becoming just the third softball program in NCAA history to do so.

Throughout the decade, the Gators won well over 500 games and produced 31 All-Americans. They also made an astounding eight appearances at the WCWS in 10 years and advanced to nine Super Regionals as well. Florida appeared in the NCAA Tournament in every year of the decade and also won three SEC Tournament titles during that stretch.

For these reasons and more, Florida is Softball America's second-best college team of the 2010 decade.

The 2010s - By The Numbers

Florida's Record: 545-110
All-Americans: 31 
Super Regionals: 9
WCWS Appearances: 8
National Championships: 2


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