Gator News And World Report (06/05/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Saturday, June 5, 2004. Hoyman, Gators dominate Devils; Cancer Won't Be Stopping UF Coach In Her Tracks; Corsaletti Powers UF To Opening Victory; It's no Conn-test; Few fans turn out for Gators; Celebrate good times? Calm down!; Bruins win to face Gators; Gators end NCAAs tied for 6th; College coach predicts big things for Starks and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Hoyman, Gators dominate Devils
UF's ace shuts down Central Connecticut State in 12-1 victory.

Corsaletti Powers UF To Opening Victory
Jeff Corsaletti had six RBIs and Justin Hoyman surrendered six hits in eight innings as Florida beat Central Connecticut State 12-1 in the opening game of the Oklahoma City regional.

It's no Conn-test
Florida ace Justin Hoyman stifled Central Connecticut State and will be ready to throw again Sunday.

Few fans turn out for Gators
UCLA's coach will retire at the end of the tournament.

Bruins win to face Gators
The host Sooners move to the losers' bracket to play Central Connecticut State.

Devils drop first NCAA tourney game
Southeastern Conference Pitcher of the Year Justin Hoyman scattered six hits over eight innings Fridayto pick up his 11th win of the year as the Florida Gators defeated the Central Connecticut state University baseball team 12-1 in the first game of the NCAA Regionals held at SBC Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.

Corsaletti, gaffe spark easy win for Gators
A bizarre play in the bottom of the first inning launched the University of Florida to a 12-1 rout of Central Connecticut State in the NCAA baseball regional Friday.

Florida's Hoyman Stops Central
The shaky start didn't help. Neither did a mixed-up play that was responsible for Florida's first two runs.

Florida Gator Track & Field

Cancer Won't Be Stopping UF Coach In His Tracks
Cancer will not keep Florida women's track coach Tom Jones from next week's NCAA Championships.

Florida Gator SEC Meetings

Celebrate good times? Calm down!
Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley is storming the field (figuratively) to get fans to stop storming the field (literally).

Schools will collect from record payout
Despite a persistent public relations problem created by having some schools on NCAA probation and others under investigation, the Southeastern Conference continues to prosper.

Florida Gator Golf

Gators end NCAAs tied for 6th
Brett Stegmaier guided top-ranked Florida to its 26th top-10 finish.

Florida Gator Football

College coach predicts big things for Starks
University of Florida offensive line coach Joe Wickline has worked with several outstanding players in his 22-year career.

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