Gator News And World Report (4/20/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Wednesday, April 20, 2005. Seminoles draw even, knock off Gators, 4-2; Henry's pitching provides the potion for FSU to defeat Florida; UF unable to overcome Seminoles' strong pitching; Gators earn Regional title; Spring football in the Swampland and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Seminoles draw even, knock off Gators, 4-2
Florida's three-game series with Florida State will have to wait until May 3 in Gainesville to be decided. Considering how even this matchup has been in recent years, it seems appropriate.

Oh, Henry! Pitcher lifts FSU
Bryan Henry helped end two dubious streaks by the Florida State baseball team, and may have answered Mike Martin's season-long search for a No.3 starter.

Henry's pitching provides the potion for FSU to defeat Florida
Florida State starting pitcher Bryan Henry spent several childhood nights at Dick Howser Stadium taking in games played by Seminoles teams of the past.

Noles edge Gators
Moments after helping Florida State notch its biggest victory of the season, Bryan Henry learned he will face a more important challenge this weekend -- nailing down the third spot in the Seminoles' weekend rotation.

UF unable to overcome Seminoles' strong pitching
Not check mate, not yet. Both coaches made moves to out-coach the opposition, but it was Florida State coach Mike Martin that got the better of the contest.

Seminoles Double Up Gators
Gibbs Chapman snapped a fifth-inning tie with a two-run double to lift Florida State to a 4-2 victory over Florida in front of 5,045 fans at Dick Howser Stadium on Tuesday night.

Florida Gator Tennis

Gators earn Regional title
The No. 5 UF men's tennis team heads to Georgia today in an optimum situation.

Florida Gator Football

Spring football in the Swampland
Urban Meyer, the golden boy coach who turned down the Golden Domers to resurrect the Florida Gators, heard of the talk in Gainesville during his first week of spring practice. Word already was getting around town that Meyer was too tough on his players.

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