Gator News And World Report (6/7/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, June 7, 2005. Men's golf adds three for 2005-06 season; Men's golfer Matt Every named PING First-Team All-American; Freshmen accelerate FSU's rush into elite; Opener vital in super regional; On the fast track, Clement keeps working to stay grounded; Leclerc's slump all but over

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Men's golf adds three for 2005-06 season
University of Florida Head Men's Golf Coach Buddy Alexander announced the addition of three student-athletes to the Gator men's golf team for the 2005-06 season.

Men's golfer Matt Every named PING First-Team All-American
University of Florida junior men's golfer Matt Every (Daytona Beach, Fla.) was named as a PING first-team All-American for the second consecutive year the Golf Coaches Association of American announced.

Florida Gator Soccer

Gold-medal Gator
Abby Wambach is a fearful force on the soccer field who knows just where she came from

Florida Gator Baseball

Columbia pitcher feeling the draft
More than 1,000 athletes will be selected starting today in the Major League Baseball Draft, and the first local player expected to be chosen is Columbia pitcher Michael Kirkman.

Freshmen accelerate FSU's rush into elite
En route to West Palm Beach during a recruiting trip in April, Florida State assistant track coach Ken Harnden was looking ahead to next season and adding up points.

Opener vital in super regional
Mike Martin isn't into trends. Yet the veteran Florida State baseball coach might find this one is hard to ignore:

Seniors' influence a big key
Florida State entered its baseball season without the bulk of an infield or an experienced starting pitcher.

Leclerc's slump all but over
Brian Leclerc's reaction to driving in eight runs as his Florida team won its baseball regional over the weekend to advance to this week's Super Regional matchup with Florida State? It's about time.

Gators slam Irish, sweep NCAA Regional
The UF baseball team has accomplished nearly everything it set out to do this season.

Florida Gator Track & Field

On the fast track, Clement keeps working to stay grounded
It has been nearly three months since it happened and try as he might, Kerron Clement still hasn't been able to get away from it.

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