Gator News And World Report (4/18/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, April 18, 2005. Sunday stunner; Softball quietly putting up big numbers; Tennessee avoids a UF sweep; Gators stagger in final inning of Alabama series and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Sunday stunner
Florida was piecing together the perfect baseball weekend. The No. 5 Gators had spent three days making a talented Alabama team look like midweek chum.

Gators stagger in final inning of Alabama series
For 26 innings, the fifth-ranked Gators played like the best team in the Southeastern Conference.

Florida Gator Softball

Softball quietly putting up big numbers
They are tucked away, deep under the radar and snug in their far corner of the campus, playing on a field that has a generic name on the corners of Hull Road and Natural Area Drive.

Tennessee avoids a UF sweep
Falling behind by two runs early against the Southeastern Conference's most dominant pitcher is never a good thing.

Florida Gator Golf

No. 7 Auburn Men's Golf Two Shots Short To Finish Second In SEC Championship
The seventh-ranked Auburn men's golf team caught second-round leader and sixth-ranked Florida but finished as the runner-up by two shots behind No. 18 Kentucky at the Southeastern Conference Championship at the par-70, 7005-yard Seaside Course at Sea Island Golf Club Sunday.

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