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UF athletics undergoing changes amid coronavirus pandemic

As all the buzz in the sports world surrounds COVID-19, college athletic departments have to address the concerns regarding the virus. Changes include canceled games, crowd restrictions and other drastic alterations to the landscape of college sports. Some of these changes are coming to UF athletics. Lacrosse games wiped off …

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Florida Baseball Blanked by Seminoles

Mike Martin Jr. did something his Dad couldn’t in his last 11 tries in playing baseball against the University of Florida…he  beat the Gators. The top-ranked Gators fell to number 15 Florida State 2-0 Tuesday night, suffering their first loss of the season.  Not only is it Florida’s first loss to …

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Gators Take Bulls by the Horns, Defeat USF In Baseball

It was an uncharacteristically chilly night at McKethan Stadium for mid-March, but that didn’t stop the Gator bats from getting hot. The Gators welcomed University of South Florida on Friday night for a weekend series, winning 9-1 in the opening game. The top-ranked Gators moved to 14-0 on the season, …

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Harrison Bader on his time as a Gator and beyond

Harrison Bader - St. Louis Cardinals

Cardinals center-fielder and Florida Gator baseball alum Harrison Bader has put together three great seasons with St. Louis. The Cardinals were in the NLCS last year but were eliminated by the Nationals. Bader and the Cardinals will look to take the next step this year, get to the World Series …

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Florida Baseball Clinches Series Against No.1 Miami

The number two Florida Gator baseball team outlasts the number one ranked Miami Hurricanes, 7-4, on Saturday night in Coral Gables. Florida clinched the series in their extra-inning thriller. Right-hander Jack Leftwich took the mound for the Gators in Game 2 against the Hurricanes. Leftwich (6.0 IP, 1 R, 1 …

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