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Gator softball goes 1-1 in Wednesday doubleheader with FIU: In the first game, Florida picked up a 9-0 victory in five innings. Aleshia Ocasio tossed her first complete-game no-hitter of the season in the initial game. Florida exploded for seven runs in the fourth inning to take the 9-0 lead thanks to three singles, two doubles, and a triple. The Gators fell to the Panthers in their follow-up performance, 5-0. In that game, Katie Chronister and freshman Natalie Lugo were on the mound for Florida. (Herb Brooks, Florida Gators)
All you need to know about today's double-header from the SEC Network! pic.twitter.com/XYOirqC4iN— Gators Softball (@GatorsSB) March 29, 2018
Reviewing Florida’s Pro Day: The big stories of the day were Taven Bryan hoping to cement himself as an early draft selection and Antonio Callaway and Matt Elam seeking second chances. (Jacquie Franciulli; 247Sports; Callaway and Elam - Scott Carter, Florida Gators; Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun Bryan - Scott Carter, Florida Gators)
On the Gators’ linebacking corps: Looking at how Florida is situated at the position in 2018. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)
#Gators DL Taven Bryan on the differences in UF’s strength and conditioning program under Nick Savage: “I would have been swole. We looked like the Pillsbury Dough Boys, they look swole.”— Graham Hall (@GrahamHall_) March 28, 2018
On Florida baseball’s freshmen pitchers: Jack Leftwich and Jordan Butler were solid against Florida State this week. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)
UF track and field hosting Pepsi Florida Relays: Florida will host 100 collegiate programs and nearly 250 high schools at this weekend’s event, which begins today. (Zach Dirlam, Florida Gators)
#Gators took a DBU picture after pro day.— Nick de la Torre (@NickdelaTorreGC) March 28, 2018
Top L-R: Keiwan Ratliff, Marcus Maye, Keanu Neal, Brian Poole, Quincy Wilson, Nick Washington, Marcus Roberson, Chris Thompson (WR), Trey Dean
Bot L-R: Matt Elam, Marcell Harris, Duke Dawson, Jeawon Taylor. pic.twitter.com/SXWvMLbj9W
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