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Chomping at Bits: Florida's Brooke Austin, Kourtney Keegan win NCAA doubles title

The pair are the first Gators in 15 years to bring home an NCAA Individual Championship in women's tennis.

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Florida's Brooke Austin and Kourtney Keegan win NCAA women's doubles championship: The No. 3 ranked pair defeated Cal. The tandem had four wins over Top-20 opponents in the NCAA tournament to capture the doubles title. Their title marks the first time in 15 years that a UF women's tennis team is bringing home an NCAA Individual Championship. (Grace Duggan, Florida GatorsGainesville Sun)

A look at the Gainesville Regional teams: Florida will host the regional as the No. 1 seed and play No. 4 seed Bethune-Cookman on Friday night. The Gators defeated the Wildcats earlier this season. The other two teams in the regional are No. 2 seed Georgia Tech and No. 3 seed UConn. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

The Gainesville Regional is paired against the Tallahassee Regional, hosted by Florida State, in the tournament bracket. The Seminoles apparently did not have much of a reaction upon hearing this news. (Thomas Goldkamp, 247 Sports)

SEC gets seven teams in NCAA tournament: And makes history by having 4 national seeds. (Jim Lohmar, SB NationJordan James, SEC Country)

Jeremy Foley says Florida and Miami will not play "on a regular basis": This is not surprising. (Connor Smolensky, SEC Country)

Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks wins "long ball challenge" with 78-yard throw: Franks was one of the counselors at Steve Clarkson's Quarterback Retreat camp in San Diego. Other quarterback counselors include Clemson's Deshaun Watson, Miami's Brad Kaaya, UCLA's Josh Rosen, and Georgia's Jacob Eason. (Luke Stampini, 247 Sports)

Topics for SEC spring meetings: Some items on the official agenda and those that might come up otherwise. (Seth Emerson, SEC Country)

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