Gator News And World Report (5/1/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Sunday, May 1, 2005. Davis crashes Volunteer hopes with record day; Lumber Yard; Eyes on Crowder, Berlin; NCAA a little hypocritical on 12th game; Crowder channels anger toward positive direction; Mallory's Code: Never Quit and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Davis crashes Volunteer hopes with record day
When he fouled an inside pitch off his left instep, it was almost the end of the day for Florida second baseman Adam Davis.

Lumber Yard
Florida has won games in a variety of ways this season. But with visiting Tennessee in town for a weekend series, the Gators know there is only one sure way to beat the Vols.

Florida 18, Tennessee 9
Adam Davis had a school-record 10 RBIs on four hits, including a grand slam and a three-run homer, to lead Florida in an 18-9 slugfest over Tennessee on Saturday.

Davis' 10 RBI lift Gators past Vols
How tough is this guy? First swing, first inning, Florida second baseman Adam Davis hit a ball off the front of his left foot and was in so much pain the rest of the day he could barely walk after the Gators' 18-9 win against Tennessee on Saturday.

Davis drives in 10 runs, Gators saddle Vols with 18-9 los
Rod Delmonico has coached long enough to know his team is going to be on both ends of lopsided contests.

Florida Gator Football

Eyes on Crowder, Berlin
A couple of former Gators have drawn a lot of attention at Miami Dolphins' minicamp.

NCAA a little hypocritical on 12th game
What's the cornerstone of the argument from university administrators when they continually shoot down the idea of a Division I-A college football playoff? Too time-consuming and taxing for the student-athletes, right?

Crowder channels anger toward positive direction
With two suspensions stemming from fights while at the University of Florida, there are concerns about Channing Crowder's anger management.

Florida Gator Softball

Gators lose two to visiting LSU
The No. 16 softball team lost two games, 4-3 and 3-0, to LSU Saturday afternoon at the Florida Softball Stadium. Errors proved costly for the Gators in both games as they had seven on the day. Florida is now on a six-game losing streak. Stacey Stevens (21-11) took the loss in Game 1 for Florida

Florida Gator Mallory Code

Mallory's Code: Never Quit
In Room 407 of The Children's Hospital of Denver, aided by the magical tools of modern medicine, Mallory Code continues with grim and grinding determination her fight for another breath and one more laborious step toward taking back her life.

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