Gator News And World Report (5/15/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Sunday, May 15, 2005. Back on top; No upset this time; High jumper takes 3rd straight title; UF shakes off jitters; Former Rebel pitches Gators past Dogs 2-1; Urban's tour luring huge crowds and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Back on top
Alan Horne's complete-game win, 2-1 over the Bulldogs, puts UF atop the SEC again.

Florida 2, Mississippi State 1
Alan Horne threw a nine-hitter and Brian Jeroloman provided the offense with a two-run single Saturday, lifting Florida to a 2-1 win over Mississippi State.

Former Rebel pitches Gators past Dogs 2-1
Three years and one arm surgery later, Alan Horne got his revenge against Mississippi State.

Florida Gator Tennis

No upset this time
Florida International University arrived at the Ring Tennis Complex on Saturday afternoon hoping to conjure up some of that Miami magic that bedeviled the Florida Gators in a numbing upset a year ago in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

UF shakes off jitters
Throughout this season, Florida women's tennis coach Roland Thornqvist has avoided mentioning the Gators' second-round loss to Miami in the 2004 NCAA Tournament.

Urban's tour luring huge crowds
Forget the notion that only a return by Steve Spurrier would energize Gator Nation. The Urban Meyer barnstorming tour, which hits Coral Gables on Monday, has generated a statewide buzz beyond anyone's expectations.

Florida Gator Track & Field

High jumper takes 3rd straight title
Sophomore Mike Morrison won his third straight conference title in the high jump to lead the No. 2 Florida men's track and field team, while senior Krystle Moss and junior Rachel Longfors both posted fourth-place finishes to lead the ninth-ranked women's team on the third day of competition at the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships Saturday at Vanderbilt

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