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Gators Prepare For NCAA Regional Opener Against Columbia

The top-seeded Florida Gator baseball team will look to build off their successful regular season on Friday as they welcome Columbia to McKethan Stadium for the first game of NCAA Regional play on Friday. The Gators aren’t necessarily firing on all cylinders at the moment as they have lost six out of …

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Singer Dominant In Gator Baseball Series Opening Win Versus Aggies

Friday night, Florida pitcher Brady Singer continued to show why he is one of the most dominant pitchers in the country. The ace threw a complete game shutout on 111 pitches, giving up just six hits while striking out five as the top-ranked Gators defeated No. 18 Texas A&M 9-0 Friday …

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Students Weigh In on Major Changes Coming to UF Athletics

Big changes are coming to the University of Florida. Multi-million dollar changes. In late March, the University Athletic Association announced phase two and three of their “master plan.” The announcement featured plans for a new $65 million football facility, $11 million worth of renovations to the softball stadium and a …

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New Jersey Looking to Even Up the Series Against Tampa Bay

If the Tampa Bay Lighting thought that their first-round match-up against the New Jersey Devils was going to be a breeze they have another thing coming. The Devils smoked the Lighting in game three of the best of seven series as they won 5-2. New Jersey shot 20 times in the …

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Gator Baseball Drops Midweek Contest to Dolphins

The Jacksonville Dolphins always seem to play the Florida Gator baseball team tough…and Tuesday night was no different in Gainesville. The Dolphins beat the top ranked Florida Gators 8-4 at Alfred McKethan Stadium. JU roughed up Gator pitching to the tune of 13 hits against five Florida arms.  The damage …

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Avalanche Trying to Pull Off Huge Upset In First Round

There is nothing more dangerous in sports than a team with nothing to lose. That is the mentality the Colorado Avalanche will have Thursday night when they begin a series against the Nashville Predators. Simply put: the Predators dominated all season long while the Avalanche made it by the skim …

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