Gator News and World Report (5/16/2006)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, May 16, 2006. UF's 14-year hold on trophy is over; A surprise, but the Butler did it; Gators, Dawgs Seek Sober Approach; West Coast awaits Gators; 'Bama quashes UF's SEC hopes; Florida won't see same FAU team and more...

Florida Gator Sports

UF's 14-year hold on trophy is over
The streak is over.After 14 consecutive years of owning the All-Sports award in the SEC, the University of Florida fell short of making it 15 in a row. Instead, the annual award will go to Georgia.

Florida Gator Softball

A surprise, but the Butler did it
Kristen Butler couldn't believe it. Was that her name called? Was an entire ballroom full of her peers looking at her and applauding?

Florida won't see same FAU team
The scouting report the University of Florida softball team compiled when it beat Florida Atlantic this season won't be of much help to the Gators in the NCAA tournament.

Florida Gator Football

Gators, Dawgs Seek Sober Approach
University and athletic department officials at Florida and Georgia want CBS and ESPN to adopt a sober tone in their coverage of the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party."

Florida Gator Jabar Gaffney

Gaffney wants shirt off Detmer's back
Koy Detmer is the kind of teammate who would give up the shirt on his back. But in at least one instance there could be a price on it. Newly acquired wide receiver Jabar Gaffney has asked Detmer to part with the No. 10 he's worn in his nine seasons as a backup quarterback with the Eagles.

Florida Lady Gator Tennis

West Coast awaits Gators
The Gators are going to have to break their routine. After defeating South Florida 4-0 on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the UF women's tennis team left the comfort of Gainesville on Monday for the first time in over a month.

Florida Gator Baseball

'Bama quashes UF's SEC hopes
After showing signs of life with a 4-3 win against No. 8 Alabama (36-17, 17-10 Southeastern Conference) Friday, the UF baseball team floundered once again as the weekend bore on.

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