Gator News And World Report (05/25/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, May 25, 2004. Pair of Gators get upstaged by Wildcat; Gators are tops in SEC... again; Wins at tourney may land regional; Gators can thank UK coach;

Florida Gator Golf

Pair of Gators get upstaged by Wildcat
James Vargas wanted to show what a University of Florida Gator could do on a golf course.

Florida Gator Athletics

Gators are tops in SEC... again
For the 13th straight year, Florida wins the SEC all-sports title.

Standout pitcher Hoyman ponders pro possibilities
What has been a stellar junior season for Florida pitcher Justin Hoyman got a little sweeter Monday. Hoyman was selected as one of 10 finalists for the inaugural Roger Clemens Award and was also named Florida's starter for Wednesday's SEC Tournament opener against LSU by coach Pat McMahon.

Florida Gator Baseball

Wins at tourney may land regional
Florida opens up the SEC Tournament on Wednesday against LSU.

Gators can thank UK coach
John Cohen doesn't have a team in this week's Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament. That doesn't mean he might not turn out to be a kingmaker come Sunday.

Florida Gator Tennis

Two Gators advance in singles championships
Florida's Alexis Gordon and Jennifer Magley won their respective first-round matches in the NCAA singles championships Monday afternoon.

Doubles point costs Gators
If there was any point UF coach Andy Jackson wanted, it was the doubles point

Florida Gator Football

Spurrier Officially On Board
Steve Spurrier Jr., wide receivers coach for the Washington Redskins the last two seasons and a former assistant at Oklahoma and Florida, has been hired to rejoin former colleague Mike Stoops as Arizona's tight ends coach.

The play's the thing for James
After James took stock last week of the newcomers in their first practices, he is amazed that O'Neal ended up in the Broncos' doghouse and that Ratliff was available at No. 49.

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