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Sean McKenna

Im a senior at the University of Florida currently pursuing a degree in Telecommunications. I work for ESPN Gainesville 95.3 and anchor the Monday sports broadcast for WUFT First At Five. Im from New York and an avid sports fan of all New York teams.

Gato Baseball Completes Sweep of the Stags

The top ranked Florida baseball team finishes up a series sweep against Farfield with a 6-1 victory over the Stags Wednesday night. Florida is now 16-2 on the season while Fairfield remains winless at 0-5. Florida got on the board early in this one tacking on two runs in the third. …

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Gator Baseball Gets Win in Walk-off Fashion

The fifth ranked Florida baseball team remains unbeaten on the year after getting a walk off 4-3 over Miami in Gainesville Friday night.  Sophomore Buddy Reed singled in Josh Tobias from second base with two outs to give the Gators the win.   Tobias was hit by a pitch to …

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From Southern California to Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay Buccaneer defensive back Alterraun Verner is quickly establishing himself as one of the most elite corners in the NFL. Verner started playing football at a young age thanks to some help. “My Dad just signed me up for a lot of sports and football was one of them …

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NBA Recap

It was a tough night for NBA teams in Florida on Wednesday. The Miami Heat and the Orlando Magic both lost in disappointing games. Miami falls to 4-6 at home this season, while the Magic fell to 5-9 on the road. The Heat took on the Atlanta Hawks falling to …

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Brotherhood of Baseball

Former UF pitcher Hudson Randall comes from a baseball family where his dad and older brother inspired him to start playing ball. “My dad and older brother were already in the sport, so by the time I came of age I sort of just joined in on the fun,” Randall …

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Jumping to Victory

Senior track athlete Marquis Dendy is entering the final season of his decorated career at the University of Florida. Before he became a two time national champion, he was state champion in Delaware where he still holds records for long jump and triple jump. Coming out of high school he …

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