Gator News And World Report (06/03/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, June 3, 2004. Harrison looking to lead Gators to CWS; Florida's golfers tied for 10th; Violations process submitted; FACA assembles impressive roster for football all-star game; UF's Hoyman has meteoric rise; Columnist sides with NCAA seeds; Pitching duo leads UF into NCAAs;

Florida Gator Baseball

Harrison looking to lead Gators to CWS
Senior stayed in school for a chance at the College World Series; Friday's Regional is the first step

Hoyman to launch Gators at regional
Pat McMahon wasn't just using coach-speak earlier this week when he said his team won't look past Central Connecticut State. The Gators' baseball coach proved it Wednesday morning.

UF's Hoyman has meteoric rise
Justin Hoyman, the SEC Pitcher of the Year, has made phenomenal strides

Columnist sides with NCAA seeds
As did most, I expected something different from the NCAA.

Pitching duo leads UF into NCAAs

Florida Gator Golf

Florida's golfers tied for 10th
California leads the team standings at the NCAA men's championships

Gators slip to tie for 10th
Freshman Jessie Mudd continues to lead No. 1 Florida as the Gators suffered through swirling winds for the second consecutive round and are tied for 10th after the second day at the 2004 NCAA Men's Golf Championships on Wednesday at The Homestead Resort's Cascades Golf Course in Hot Springs, Va.

Florida Gator SEC Meeting

Violations process submitted
Mike Slive's vow to make the Southeastern Conference probation-free by the year 2008 now has a written guideline to to go by.

Florida Gator Football

FACA assembles impressive roster for football all-star game
It has been a juggling act, but the Florida Athletic Coaches Association has pieced together a pretty impressive roster for the Florida-Louisiana high school football all-star game, set for Saturday night, June 12, at Disney's Wide World of Sports.

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