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Kate Venezio

Kate Venezio is a fourth-year telecommunication-news student at the University of Florida. Kate does it all: Behind the camera she captures emotional moments as a photographer for the University of Florida Athletic Association. She's comfortable being in front of the camera, too. Kate interviews players, coaches, fans and family members for pre- and post-game coverage as a beat reporter for ESPN Gainesville/WRUF-FM. In addition, Kate produces the sports segment for the weekly WUFT News program. There, she's responsible for writing the script in its entirety to include production commands. The presentation includes video highlights and interviews taped and edited, and Kate then live anchors the final package on a daily deadline. In addition, she writes stories for wruf.com where she informs sports fans of local, state, and national trending topics. Kate also utilizes social media as a tool to help get the stories in front of viewers. 

Urban Meyer Returns to Ohio State after Completing Suspension

Ohio State University head football coach Urban Meyer returns to the sideline Saturday for the home game against Tulane. Sunday marked his first day back with full duties. The school suspended Meyer for mishandling allegations of domestic abuse against former assistant Zach Smith. Meyer was suspended for three games, and …

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Preview: Monday Night Football

Four teams hit the field Monday night, but only two will start the 2018 season 1-0. New York Jets v. Detroit Lions Both teams enter a new era when they step on to Ford Field in Detroit. Jets Sam Darnold makes his NFL debut as the New York Jets starting quarterback. …

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Dan Mullen Names Feleipe Franks Starting Quarterback

Florida Head Football Coach Dan Mullen described why he chose to start Feleipe Franks over fellow redshirt sophomore Kyle Trask, redshirt freshman Jake Allen and true freshman Emory Jones in a press conference Monday. Franks Named Starter Mullen ruled that Franks’ athleticism and ability to extend plays gives the Florida offense the …

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UF President Fuchs Talks Gator Sports

Wednesday morning marked the first day of the 2018-19 school year at the University of Florida. A new school year calls for the start of Gator sports. On Monday, for the first time in almost four years, UF’s President Kent Fuchs attended a Gator football practice. “I didn’t really understand what was …

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Gator Softball Falls To UCLA in Women’s College World Series

OKLAHOMA CITY– The second-seeded Florida Gator softball team lost to the third-seeded UCLA Bruins 6-5 Friday night in the sixth game of the Women’s College World Series. 2018 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Rachel Garcia improved to 29-3, defeating former Player of the Year Kelly Barnhill (29-2)in the …

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Gator Softball Run-Rules Georgia in Women’s College World Series

Oklahoma City — The number two seed Florida softball team came out swinging in Game 1 at the Women’s College World Series to defeat the Georgia Bulldogs, 11-3 on Thursday night in Oklahoma City. For the fourth time in program history, the Gators run-ruled an opponent at the WCWS. The …

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Preview: Gator Softball Hosts Texas A&M in Super Regionals

Florida, the nation’s No.2 seed, opens best-of-three Super Regional play Thursday night against Texas A&M at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. The winner advances to the Women’s College World Series next week. https://twitter.com/GatorsSB/status/999318838436159488 History The Gators (53-8) swept the Aggies (43-16) with a combined score of 23-4, including a 10-o victory, …

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Gator Softball Advances to Super Regionals

The second-ranked Florida Gators (53-8) advance to the NCAA Super Regionals for the sixth consecutive year after winning the Gainesville Regional. Senior pitcher Aleshia Ocasio led the Gators both offensively and in the circle to a 4-0 victory over Ohio State Sunday night at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. It is …

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