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Florida baseball defeats Florida State for third time this season: The Gators topped the Seminoles, 10-7, on Tuesday night in Tallahassee to complete the regular-season sweep. Florida previously posted wins against FSU at home in mid-March, and in Jacksonville later that month. Against the ‘Noles yesterday, the Gators scored four runs in the second and six more in the fourth. Those ten runs were the second most of the season for Florida, and their most runs scored since opening weekend. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators; Ryan Young, SEC Country; Gainesville Sun)
Gator softball facing Florida State: No. 3 Florida hosts No. 1 FSU tonight at 7:00 p.m. For those attending, UF also commissioned a letter you can give to your employer to explain your Thursday morning tardiness due to this game. (Herb Brooks, Florida Gators; Gainesville Sun)
Kelly Barnhill named SEC Pitcher of the Week: Barnhill received the nod from the league for the second time this season. She currently leads the nation with a 0.22 ERA. (Herb Brooks, Florida Gators)
UF lacrosse hosting Villanova: The opening draw is set for 1:00 p.m. today.(Dustin Ciraco, Florida Gators)
Florida lacrosse players earn Big East weekly honors: Senior Caroline Fitzgerald was named Big East Defensive Player of the Week, while sophomore Lindsey Ronbeck was selected as Big East Attacker of the Week. (Dustin Ciraco, Florida Gators)
SEC Network produces spring ball review segments on Gators: Tom Luginbill discussed the secondary with Marcell Harris and Nick Washington, Greg McElroy met with quarterbacks Feleipe Franks and Kyle Trask, and both Luginbill and McElroy sat down with Jim McElwain. (SEC Network)
A position-by-position look at the offense: Reviewing the spring progress on that side of the ball. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)
On Jeremiah Moon’s role in Florida’s linebacking corps: Moon, the only four-star linebacker signed in the past three recruiting classes, suffered a season-ending injury early last season. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)
Longtime UAA official Chip Howard leaving UF: Howard, the executive associate athletic director for internal affairs, is leaving after spending 28 years at Florida in the athletic department. He will be taking the position of Chief Operating Officer for Tailgate Guys, a company that offers “hassle free” tailgating services. (Pat Dooley, Florida Gators)
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