Gator News And Word Report (05/14/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Friday, May 14, 2004. Gators use hair-raising scheme to produce wins; Roberson to remain with team; Gators fall in tourney; A back-to-back attack; No. 10 Ole Miss Travels To No. 6 Florida For Pivotal SEC Weekend Series and more...

Florida Gator Baseball
Gators use hair-raising scheme to produce wins Harrison finds success with mustache; rest of team follows suit.

Secret 'stache What's up with the funky facial hair on Florida's players? It's about keeping a conference win streak from getting trimmed.

Ole Miss faces key series at Florida Bianco gains faith in Rebels' offense

No. 10 Ole Miss Travels To No. 6 Florida For Pivotal SEC Weekend Series The Rebels are 35-15 overall and 14-10 in league play heading into this weekend's three-game showdown.

Florida Gator Basketball
Roberson to remain with team Florida's point guard finally gives coach Billy Donovan the official word.

Florida Gator Tennis
A back-to-back attack The defending national champion Gators have won four national titles, but never two in a row. This year they're ready to change that.

UF puts perfection on the line Each time the Florida women's tennis team takes the court, it plays with the mentality that winning isn't enough.

Alexis Gordon believes things happen for a reason. But when the Windsor native lost her tennis scholarship to Arizona State because of a clerical error at Windsor High - where she spent two-plus years before transferring to and eventually graduating from Northwest Catholic in West Hartford - she wasn't sure what good would come out of it.

Florida Gator Roundup
Gators fall in tourney Georgia tops Florida in the first round of the SEC Softball Tournament.

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