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Kevin O'Sullivan looks to improve Florida's results in Omaha: The Gators have made ten trips to the College World Series without winning a national title, joining Florida State (21), Clemson (12), North Carolina (10), and Northern Colorado (10) as the only schools to make the series ten or more times without winning it all. While a national title has proved elusive, O'Sullivan has built Florida into one of the country's top baseball programs during his nine seasons, with the Gators making five trips to the CWS in the last seven years. Those five trips equal the amount of times that Florida baseball had advanced to the CWS in the 95 seasons prior to O'Sullivan's arrival. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)
Profile of Florida swimmer and Olympic hopeful Caeleb Dressel: Dressel is expected to secure sports on the men's team in the 50-free and 100-free events at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, which begin on Sunday. (David Gardner, Sports Illustrated)
Profile of incoming Florida freshman Antonneous Clayton: Clayton is extremely into Call of Duty and has competed in three Major League Gaming Championships. Football began to take priority for Clayton as he matured into a major recruiting prospect. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)
Three UF men's golfers named All-Americans: Sam Horsfield, Gordon Neale, and Alejandro Tosti collected All-American honors on the PING and Golfweek All-America lists. Horsfield was named to the first team by both. (Emily Padgett, Florida Gators)
Dorian Finney-Smith not selected in NBA Draft: It has been three years since a Gator was last selected. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)
Logan Shore posts thank you, goodbye to Gator Nation:
Thank you Gator Nation pic.twitter.com/tpWewCYZZz— Logan Shore (@LoganShore) June 23, 2016
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