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Gainesville Super Regional schedule changes: Due to weather last night in Gainesville, Florida’s second game with Wake Forest was suspended and will resume today at 1:04 p.m. There was a two and a half hour delay before the game was called due to unrelenting rain. The Demon Deacons were up 5-4 on the Gators with two outs in the bottom of the fifth. Florida had just replaced starting pitcher Jackson Kowar with Austin Langworthy. Langworthy will face Wake’s lead-off hitter Jonathan Pryor with runners on first and second when the game resumes. If game three proves to be necessary, it would start today, 55 minutes after the conclusion of game two. (Gainesville Sun; Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Just confirmed! We will be on ESPN2 today for the conclusion of Game 2 and if necessary Game 3.— Gators Baseball (@GatorsBB) June 12, 2017
Alex Faedo expected to go high in MLB Draft: The junior right-hander should hear his name called during tonight’s opening rounds of the draft. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)
Gators still one game away: That remains true after rain delayed the conclusion of yesterday’s contest until today. Florida picked up a walk-off win in the first game of the series on Saturday. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)
Florida's Hero... RYAN LARSON!— NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) June 11, 2017
Welcome back. #RoadToOmaha pic.twitter.com/Kyrj0JO5Oe
Belinda Woolcock wins Honda Sport Award for tennis: The Florida senior received the award, which is presented annually by the Collegiate Women Sports Awards for the top women athlete in 12 different sport categories. Gator gymnast Alex McMurtry won the Honda Award for gymnastics earlier this year. (Kathy Cafazzo, Florida Gators)
Malik Zaire’s dad discusses his son’s fit at Florida: Imani Zaire says that his son has not been promised a place on the Florida’s depth chart but is confident that he can be “the guy” for the Gators. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Not to brag, but here's a list of our national championships since 2000. It's a lot. #GoGators pic.twitter.com/RSN6mHsOur— Florida Gators (@FloridaGators) June 10, 2017
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