Gator News And World Report (3/24/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, March 24, 2005. Now-obsolete fullbacks move to linebacker; Mosby is told not to return; Women's tennis team takes down No. 7 Duke; Gonzales: receivers not the best ... yet; Lochte, Cruz head to championships;

Florida Gator Football

Now-obsolete fullbacks move to linebacker
Regime change has presented unique challenges to all involved. But the one it's presented to Billy Latsko and Eric Rutledge is pretty much off the charts.

Gonzales: receivers not the best ... yet
Last week, Florida receiver Chad Jackson said he and his fellow receivers would be the best group in the country.

Florida Gator Lady Gator Basketball

Mosby is told not to return
Bernice Mosby's Florida basketball career is over. The Gators leading scorer and rebounder from last season will not return for her senior season next season, but may seek a transfer to another school, Gators coach Carolyn Peck said Wednesday night.

Bernice Mosby will not return to Gators
Florida forward Bernice Mosby will not return to the Gators next season after the school granted the junior a release from her scholarship Wednesday allowing her to transfer.

UF dismisses ex-Hernando star
Bernice Mosby, the All-SEC forward who was suspended from the Florida basketball team in February, has been dismissed from the team, coach Carolyn Peck announced Wednesday evening.

Florida Gator Tennis

Women's tennis team takes down No. 7 Duke
The 17th-ranked Florida women's tennis team shut out No. 7 Duke, 4-0 in Gainesville, to earn its second consecutive victory over a top-10 team.

Duke Falls, 4-0, At 17th-ranked Florida
Seventh-ranked Duke traveled to 17th-ranked Florida on Wednesday and came up on the short end falling, 4-0, at the Linder Stadium at Ring Tennis Complex in Gainesville, Fla. The Blue Devils fell to 10-4, while Florida improved to 8-3.

Florida Gator Swimming

Lochte, Cruz head to championships
Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte is embracing his status as the swimmer to beat heading into this weekend's NCAA Championships.


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