Gator News And World Report (06/17/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, June 17, 2004. A Wildcat strike; Lingard says he is staying at UF; Reeling 'em in; and Nicolas' fate dependent on an extra point...

Florida Gator Baseball

A Wildcat strike
Andy Lopez thought he was finished with the Southeastern Conference.

Florida Gator Football

Lingard says he is staying at UF
espite a previous report that Florida reserve linebacker Howard Lingard was leaving the Gators to pursue a football career elsewhere, Lingard said Tuesday he wants to remain in Gainesville and will do what he can to do so.

Nicolas' fate dependent on an extra point
Former Immokalee High football player McIntosh Nicolas anxiously awaits every time the mailman makes his rounds these days. One of those envelopes will determine Nicolas' immediate future.

Florida Gator Golf

Els, Singh Can Grab Top Ranking
Camilo Villegas knows how to kick off a pro career. After recently completing his college career with the Florida Gators, Villegas is making his pro debut at Shinnecock after earning a spot in the field through qualifying.

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

Florida Gators In The News

Reeling 'em in
Gator's Bait and Tackle hooks local anglers

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