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Florida baseball ends season with disappointing back-to-back CWS losses: The Gators' pitching depth could not make up for their lack of hits in the series. Florida fell to Texas Tech 3-2 yesterday, despite a rally attempt in the ninth. (Mike Malloy, Orlando Sentinel; Ian Cohen, Independent Florida Alligator; Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun; Scott Carter, Florida Gators)
UF appoints search committee for new Athletics Director: Dr. Kent Fuchs appointed an eight-member committee, comprised of university and athletic department constituents, which will be chaired by former UF Trustee and Board Chairman Manny Fernandez. (Florida Gators)
Florida coaches participate at Washington High satellite camp: Jim McElwain and staff were on hand in Pensacola, getting the players to do a Gator chomp in unison and putting them through drills and workouts. (Bill Vilona, Pensacola News Journal)
Two UF female athletes nominated for 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year: The award honors graduating female student-athletes who have distinguished themselves throughout their collegiate careers in academics, athletics, service and leadership. Florida gymnast Bianca Dancose-Giambattisto and tennis player Brianna Morgan were nominated. (Florida Gators)
Florida freshman guard Jawaan Taylor loses 50 pounds for Gators: Taylor was told by offensive line coach Mike Summers that he would need to drop the weight to be a Gator and worked hard to do so. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)
Mark Thompson ready to take the field: Thompson tweeted a photo of him and Jarrad Davis, who has compared him to Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry. Summer workouts seem to be going okay. (Alec Shirkey, SEC Country)
Boy it's levels to this.. pic.twitter.com/fQHd1JI2Ec— Mark T. (@InMarkWeTrust) June 21, 2016
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