Gator News And World Report (6/13/2005)

Yhe Gator News and World Report for Monday, June 13, 2005. Celebration over, Gators look ahead; The celebration was beyond the scope of many's imagination; UF's Clement to turn professional; Walsh all but gone from UF; The Wuerffel: An award that honors the honorable; The Road to "Oh, My, Ha" and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

The celebration was beyond the scope of many's imagination
Jeff Corsaletti was out of breath. Not from the game, even though the finish almost took your breath away.

Celebration over, Gators look ahead
It was nearly an hour after the celebration was over Saturday night at McKethan Stadium and Gators coach Pat McMahon was still soaking wet.

Omaha stakes new to tender Gators
But McMahon says young UF team won't be easily intimidated in College World Series.

The Road to "Oh, My, Ha"
Four teams have made travel plans to visit Omaha next weekend. Tennessee, Florida, and Nebraska swept their respective Super Regionals on Friday and Saturday, while Arizona State went the distance to beat Cal State Fullerton, the defending champions, in a three-game set that ended Sunday evening. The other four series are still in doubt and will be decided today. You can follow these games live by visiting the line scores, play-by-play, and boxscores on, the official web site for NCAA sports.

Florida Gator Track & Field

UF's Clement to turn professional
Kerron Clement's spectacular Florida track career is over. It came to an end Saturday night when the sophomore repeated as the 400 hurdle champion with a time of 47.56, the best mark in the world this year.

Florida Gator Basketball

Walsh all but gone from UF
Florida guard Matt Walsh likely will not be returning to the men's basketball team next season, a move that would almost certainly leave Florida without any of last season's three biggest stars.

Florida Gator Danny Wuerffel

The Wuerffel: An award that honors the honorable
The first thought that popped into Danny Wuerffel's mind was, "The last thing we need is another trophy in college football."

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