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Chomping at Bits: Florida baseball remains at No. 1 in polls

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The Gators retain the top spot.

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Florida baseball remains at No. 1 in rankings: The Gators hold on to the top spot. (Gainesville Sun)

Gator baseball’s weekly report: The Gators are 18-6 in the SEC and hold a three-game lead with six games remaining (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)

Brady Singer named SEC Co-Pitcher of the Week: Singer threw the first complete-game shutout of his career against Texas A&M. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)

UF women’s golf tied for sixth after round one of NCAA Regionals: The Gators finished the first round of the NCAA Regionals tied for sixth at 3-over-par. The top six teams from each regional will advance to the NCAA Championship. (Andrew Kovar, Florida Gators)

More on Armon Gates leaving Florida for Nebraska: Gates indicated that he enjoyed his brief time with the Gators, but that it hadn’t been the right fit. (Corey Knapp, SEC Country)

Aleshia Ocasio named SEC Co-Pitcher of the Week: Ocasio picked up two wins this past weekend against Missouri. She earned her first in the second game of the series when she threw a complete-game shutout and tied her season-high of 10 strikeouts. (Herb Brooks, Florida Gators)

Florida hires Chuck Cantor as director of player personnel: Cantor held the same position at Virginia Tech. (Luke Stampini, 247Sports)

Dan Mullen not presently pursuing transfer QBs: Despite some rumblings tying the Gators to Ohio State quarterback Joe Burrow, Florida has no plans “right now” to pursue a graduate transfer at the position, Dan Mullen said Monday evening. (Matt Baker, Tampa Bay Times; Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Anonymous player discusses Jim McElwain's strength and conditioning regime: Another post-mortem critique. (Mark Wheeler, Inside the Gators)

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