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Gators at home all week: Florida’s baseball team will play all of their games at McKethan Stadium this week, after being on the road all of last week. The Gators host UNF tonight, and South Carolina for a three-game series beginning on Thursday. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators; Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Austin Langworthy named SEC Freshman of the Week: Returning after nearly a month away with a broken hand, Langworthy started all four games for the Gators last week in center field. He scored on five runs and drew five walks last week, and tied for the team lead with five RBI. He also had a career-high three stolen bases in Thursday’s win over Vanderbilt, and pitched 2.2 innings in relief in the Gators’ Tuesday night win over FSU. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators; Gainesville Sun)
Brady Singer accepts invitation to join USA Baseball Collegiate National Team: The sophomore pitcher will join the team at the conclusion of the Florida’s season. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)
2017 Gators Spring Football Special presented by Sunniland airs tonight: The special will be televised on FOX Sun Sports at 6:00 p.m. and will recap Florida’s spring. The program will re-air many more times, those dates and times are included in the article. (Will Pantages, Florida Gators)
Florida men’s tennis earns No. 3 SEC Tournament seed: The tournament event will be held next weekend in Knoxville. (Kelsey Bibik, Florida Gators)
Mike White visits Pittsburgh graduate transfer Cameron Johnson: White traveled to visit the 6’8” forward, who is being courted by several schools. Johnson shot 41.7 percent from three-point range last season, and averaged 11.3 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. Because Johnson redshirted as a freshman due to injury, and will graduate this spring after three years, he is a rare graduate transfer that would have two years of eligibility remaining. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)
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