Gator News And World Report (05/21/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Friday, May 21, 2004. Gators in hairy situation; Gators lose in first round; Gators need help, sweep to win SEC; Villegas strokes Gators into first; UT to meet Florida in pivotal weekend clash; Men will play Florida in Sweet 16 and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Gators in hairy situation
Without lucky mustaches, UF needs sweep, and some luck, to win division title.

Gators need help, sweep to win SEC
The mustaches are gone. And Florida's quest for a Southeastern Conference title seem to have faded with them.

UT to meet Florida in pivotal weekend clash
It is set to be a landmark weekend in Southeastern Conference baseball history as six teams compete for the regular season title, as well as both the Eastern and Western Division championships.

Florida Gator Softball

Gators lose in first round
Home run leads Cal State Northridge past Florida in Tallahassee regional.

Gators eye softball title
They used to be high school softball rivals. Now, the stakes have changed with these rivals now teammates at Florida and sharing a goal: a Women's College World Series title.

Northridge edges Florida
Mandy Schuerman did her part at the plate and in the field. But it wasn't enough for Florida to advance into the winners' bracket of the NCAA regional in Tallahassee.

Florida Gator Golf

Villegas strokes Gators into first
Senior Camilo Villegas fired a two-under 68 to lead the No. 1-ranked Florida men's golf team to a one-shot lead after the first round at the 2004 NCAA East Region Championships on Thursday at Yale Golf Course.

UF Leads Regional
In New Haven, Conn., the University of Florida, the nation's top-ranked men's golf team, fired a 286 to take a one-stroke lead on the first day of play in the 54-hole NCAA East Regional at the Course at Yale.

Florida Gator Football

The first SEC football game isn't until Sept. 4, but it's not too early to take a peek at which teams could find themselves in Atlanta.

Florida Gator Tennis

Men will play Florida in Sweet 16
The NCAA championships are a Stanford tradition. The university has produced great prodigies such as John McEnroe, Patrick McEnroe, Alex O'Brien, Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan and many more.

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