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Florida Baseball Drops First Game to Florida Gulf Coast

The Gator baseball team falls to 3-3 after an 8-2 loss in the opening game of their series against Florida Gulf Coast on Friday night. Florida’s right fielder Justin Shafer scored the first run of the game in the second inning after a sacrifice fly from Vickash Ramjit, giving the Gators a 1-0 …

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Gator Baseball Hosts Florida Gulf Coast Tonight

The Gator baseball team, ranked No. 17 by Baseball America, kicks off a series against Florida Gulf Coast tonight. The Gators are coming off of an 8-7 loss in the 12th inning to Georgia Southern on Wednesday. FGCU is coming to Gainesville with a 2-1 record after beating St. John’s last …

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Gators Baseball Falls Short To Georgia Southern 8-7

The University of Florida baseball team committed six errors that helped Georgia Southern to an 8-7, 12th inning win over the Gators Wednesday night in Gainesville. Florida trailed 6-1 after allowing the Eagles to score twice in the fourth and three times in the fifth with the aid of three Gator …

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Florida Baseball Wins Third Straight

The Florida Gators (3-1) took down the UCF Knights (2-2) 5-3 Tuesday night in front of a record crowd of over 3,600 in Orlando. Florida head coach Kevin O’Sullivan gave the starting pitching nod to junior right-hander Keenan Kish, who pitched two innings allowing two hits and a walk to …

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Early Start to the Sante Fe Baseball Season

The Santa Fe Saints baseball team opens up their season on the road in Tampa against Hillsborough Community College tonight at 7pm. Sante Fe baseball coach Johnny Wiggs, who will be entering his seventh season with the team, says with the season starting earlier this year, it will be an advantage …

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Gator Men’s Hoops Wins Seventh Straight

The Florida Gator men’s basketball team hasn’t had much recent success in Athens, Georgia as the Bulldogs had won three of the last four meetings with Florida on their home floor.   In fact, the last time the Bulldogs beat a top 25 team was last February against Florida. It looked early …

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Baseball Superstition: The Rally Cap

Every sport has it’s own traditions. The “Gatorade Bath” in the NFL, the “Playoff Beard” in hockey, Indy 500 winners drinking milk, but baseball is a sport more than any other rooted in it’s past and superstitions. In baseball you have the “Ceremonial First Pitch”, the “7th inning stretch”, not …

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Florida and Kent State Try to Stay Alive in CWS

There are two games on today’s 2012 College World Series schedule as both number one seeds will try to advance to play this upcoming Wednesday. The first game today will feature No. 1 seed Florida taking on the No. 3 seed Kent State. Kent St. (46-19) had an outstanding season, …

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Another Great Accomplishment For Florida Catcher Mike Zunino

**Courtesy of The University Athletic Department for The Florida Gators**** OMAHA, Neb. – Florida junior catcher Mike Zunino (Cape Coral, Fla.) is the 26th recipient of the Dick Howser Trophy, presented by Easton Foundations, as college baseball’s Player of the Year. The presentation was made on Friday morning as part …

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Arizona Faces Florida State Friday Night in College World Series

The No. 1 Arizona Wildcats (43-17) will face the No. 3 seed Florida State Seminoles (48-15) Friday night. The Wildcats averaged about 16 runs through three games of its own regional play. Arizona overcame a 5-0 deficit in game one against the St. John’s Red Storm and won the game …

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