Gator News And World Report (06/16/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Wednesday, June 16, 2004. Every makes his mark at UF; Columbian golfers become part of history at U.S. Open; The Citadel: Every team's nightmare; Alexander Named Men's Golf National Coach of the Year; and Schultz, Villegas Named Academic All-Americans...

Florida Gator Golf

Every makes his mark at UF
Matt Every never has lacked for confidence, especially on the golf course.

Columbian golfers become part of history at U.S. Open
Oscar Alvarez once shot a 61 in competition at La Pradera. Impressive, to be sure. But it's doubtful the lowest round ever shot in his native Colombia knocked the day's big soccer match off the front page of the sports section.

Alexander Named Men's Golf National Coach of the Year
University of Florida men's golf coach Buddy Alexander was named the Eaton Golf Pride Dave Williams National Coach of the Year, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced on Tuesday.

Schultz, Villegas Named Academic All-Americans
University of Florida seniors Scott Schultz (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) and Camilo Villegas (Medellin, Colombia) were both named to the 2004 CoSIDA Academic All-America Men's At-Large first team as announced Tuesday.

Florida Gator Football

The Citadel: Every team's nightmare
Since there's a scant 76 days until kickoff and we're just now starting football coverage, we apologize for running late.

Florida Gator Baseball

Three Gator Baseball Players Earn All-American Accolades
Three University of Florida baseball players have recently been named All-Americans by a pair of organization. In the history of the program Florida has had 26 players receive 56 total All-American accolades from several organizations/publications.

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