The Gator News and World Report (4/17/2006)

The Gator News and World for Monday, April 17, 2006. Defense wins Saturday's scrimmage; Gators salvage series finale; Defense wins Saturday's scrimmage; UF coach is there for experience; Latsko emerges as leader at tailback; Cornelius, Leak click through air and more...

Florida Gator Football

Defense wins Saturday's scrimmage
It wasn't a dominating performance by the defense, but in the end, it was the defense that came out on top of Saturday's scrimmage.

Latsko emerges as leader at tailback
Billy Latsko is not fast, not flashy and he's definitely not the elusive type.

LB Siler A Leader For Gators
Tailback Markus Manson saw the crack open in the line during a University of Florida scrimmage Saturday. Just beyond the crack lay the end zone. Manson stepped forward and …

Cornelius, Leak click through air
Linebacker Brandon Siler ended Florida's practice Saturday with two big hits, but not before the Gators' offense made its share of big plays.

Florida Gator Baseball

Gators salvage series finale
hris Petrie knocked in four runs as part of a Florida offensive outburst which carried the Gators to a 15-4 win over Tennessee on Sunday.

Florida Gator Golf

Women golfers end 6th at SEC
The Florida women's golf team finished sixth after shooting a 299 Sunday in the final round of the Southeastern Conference Championships.

Florida Gator Track & Field

UF coach is there for experience
With a relatively small number in the field and zero spectators along the second half of the 26.2-mile course, Sylvia Kamp experienced the loneliness of a long distance runner in the Five Points of Life Marathon two months ago in Gainesville.

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