Gator News And World Report (06/14/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, June 14, 2004. Ace delivers sweeping statement; Hurricanes Punch Ticket To Omaha; Gators not so super; The 'Canes knock the wind out of the Gators ...again; Hoyman will weigh choice to join Indians; Gators advance at NCAA Outdoor Championships and more...

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Ace delivers sweeping statement
Miami beat Florida 3-1 Sunday afternoon, sweeping the Gators from the postseason and advancing to the College World Series for the 21st time.

Hurricanes Punch Ticket To Omaha
For Miami, it's a simple equation: A Cesar Carrillo start equals a win.

The 'Canes knock the wind out of the Gators ...again
Ben Harrison stood in front of the Florida dugout, his hat off and his face blank as he watched the celebration in the infield.

Gators not so super
Omaha will have to wait yet again for Florida. The Gators' heart and desire still cannot match Miami's savvy and tradition.

Hoyman will weigh choice to join Indians
Justin Hoyman hasn't ruled out returning to Florida for his senior season. After the Gators' season-ending 3-1 defeat to Miami on Sunday, Hoyman said he will take time to weigh his options now that the season is over.

Douglas' Falkenbach makes fateful pitch
Florida pitcher Connor Falkenbach made one mistake.

Hurricanes sweep Gators
The Miami Hurricanes are going to the College World Series.

Winning doesn't seem to get old for potent Canes baseball team
The Hurricanes are off to the College World Series for the 21st time, and that is exactly what everyone expected because Jim Morris fields a freight train of a team that picks up steam and crushes opponents as it chugs inexorably toward Omaha, Neb., every year.
Cesar Carrillo threw a four-hitter, and Richard Giannotti belted a two-run homer as Miami beat Florida and won a berth in the College World Series.

Miami takes out Florida
When Miami starting pitcher Cesar Carrillo struck out the side in the bottom of the third inning, he had a feeling Sunday's NCAA Super Regional game against Florida was going to be "special."

Carrillo triggers Miami's 3-1 win; Omaha up next
Entering Sunday's Super Regional final, the University of Miami had an unblemished record in games Cesar Carrillo pitched.

Carrillo pitches UM to Omaha; UF denied
After striking out the side in the third inning of Sunday's NCAA super regional at Mark Light Field, University of Miami pitcher Cesar Carrillo sensed he was involved in "a special game."

Florida Gator Track & Field

Gators advance at NCAA Outdoor Championships
n the first full day of competition at the 2004 NCAA Track and Field Championship, the Gator men's and women's track and field teams advanced seven athletes and two relay teams, including Josh Walker, who equaled his school record in the 110-meter hurdles. The Gator men are tied for 11th with three points, while the women's team has not competed in a final.

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