Gator News And World Report (5/26/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, May 26, 2005. Rally Gators; Gators excited by tough schedule; Florida Rallies From 6 Down To Beat Arkansas; Forgettable night; UF teams out, singles remain and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Rally Gators
Stephen Barton spent the game sitting on Florida's bench. Bryson Barber was busy catching Florida's pitchers in the bullpen. Chris Woods spent each inning warming up right fielder Brian LeClerc.

Gators receive SEC trophy
Three days after winning the SEC regular season title, Florida finally put its hands on the hardware

Gators stun Hogs with rally
The University of Florida baseball team seemed to be primed for a letdown. But they revved their motor just in time.

Barton drives Florida
Stephen Barton hit a run-scoring single in the bottom of the ninth to complete a seven-run comeback and lead top-seeded Florida (39-18) to a 9-8 victory over No. 8 Arkansas (37-19) in the opening round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament in Hoover, Ala.

Florida Rallies From 6 Down To Beat Arkansas
Stephen Barton's ninth-inning single capped a seven-run comeback and lifted Florida to a 9-8 victory over Arkansas on Wednesday in the first round of the SEC tournament.

Forgettable night
The brain protects, even when wounded. That's a good thing for Brandon McArthur, good that he doesn't remember, good that he doesn't allow fear and hatred to ferment.

Hogs' pen blows big lead
Stephen Barton's one-out, ninth-inning single capped a furious, but not improbable, comeback, for top-seed Florida.

Florida rallies in opener
Florida began Wednesday's game against No. 8-seed Arkansas looking lost in the spacious confines of Hoover Metropolitan Stadium in suburban Birmingham.

Florida Gator Volleyball

Gators excited by tough schedule
he first road trip of Florida's upcoming volleyball season could be just like its last. That's what the Gators hope, at least.
Florida Gator Tennis

UF teams out, singles remain
Both the UF men's and women's tennis teams may have been defeated in the NCAA Semifinals, but that did not end the season for several players.

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