Gator News And World Report (05/22/04)

Gator News and World Report for Saturday, May 22, 2004. Zook should lower boom on Crowder; South Florida eliminates Florida 8-1; Risky shakeup brings Gators back to life; UF Men Outlast Women In NCAA Tennis Tourney; Villegas, men's golf in second at regionals; Gators fall in 9th, 5-4; Recruiting rests on timing and more...

Florida Gator Football

Zook should lower boom on Crowder
No matter what the legal outcome for sophomore linebacker Channing Crowder on his arrest for disorderly conduct last week, he has put coach Ron Zook and his system of discipline to its stiffest test since taking over Florida's football program

UF's Cohen charged in misdemeanors
The defensive end was arrested when he admitted to throwing a motorized scooter.

Zook wants strong finish from Gators
Clearing my mind and notebook while reminding the Timberwolves' Kevin Garnett that if he really had been a Warrior, he wouldn't have been the NBA's MVP:

Florida Gator Softball

South Florida eliminates Florida 8-1
After opening Friday's NCAA Region Four play with one of its finest performances in more than a month, Karen Johns' Florida softball team had to string together consecutive victories to extend its season.

Florida Gator Tennis

Risky shakeup brings Gators back to life
Florida enters NCAAs on a roll after midseason lineup shift ignites team.

UF Men Outlast Women In NCAA Tennis Tourney
Somebody forgot to tell Florida's men's tennis team that the women were supposed to go farther than them.

Florida Gator Roundup

Villegas, men's golf in second at regionals
The softball team advances with 4-0 win over Long Island.

Florida Gator Baseball

Gators fall in 9th, 5-4
The loss puts the SEC Eastern Division title out of Florida's reach.

5-4 win keeps UT baseball hopes alive
Kelly Edmundson drove home Brian Cleveland with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth as the Tennessee Vols inched closer to a berth in the Southeastern Conference Tournament with a 5-4 victory over the Florida Gators in the first of three games at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

Florida Gator Basketball

Recruiting rests on timing
ew Florida assistant Larry Shyatt won't arrive in Gainesville until early June.

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