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  • UCLA is No. 1 seed for 1st time in NCAA baseball tournament

    UCLA's dominance in the Pac-12 this spring impressed the Division I Baseball Committee so much that the Bruins on Monday were awarded their first No. 1 national seed for the NCAA tournament.
  • UF, FSU among seven Florida baseball teams to earn NCAA bids

    UF, FSU among seven Florida baseball teams to earn NCAA bids
    Highlighted by three regional hosts in the Florida Gators, Miami Hurricanes and Florida State Seminoles, seven Florida teams received berths in the 64-team 2015 NCAA baseball tournament. The Gators (44-16), fresh off a 7-3 win over Vanderbilt in the SEC...

    'Canes earn No. 5 national seed, open NCAA play with FIU

    'Canes earn No. 5 national seed, open NCAA play with FIU
    For the Hurricanes, the postseason will start at home against a familiar foe. Miami, which learned Sunday night it would host a regional tournament for the 26th time in school history, earned the No. 5 national seed in the NCAA Tournament on Monday....

    Miami Hurricanes baseball to host NCAA Regional

    Miami Hurricanes  baseball to host NCAA Regional
    Though they don’t yet know their potential opponents will be or whether they’ve earned one of those highly-coveted national seeds they’ve been pushing for in recent weeks, the Hurricanes did learn one thing Sunday night – they&...

    Hyde: A promise kept, a life helped and decades later a dividend to UM

    Hyde: A promise kept, a life helped and decades later a dividend to UM
    This is a story about the compounded dividends from doing what's right, and it starts on a long-ago day where everything went wrong. Ken Hunt remembers it well, the day football died for him. He went to shoot a small-gauge gun at a secluded levee with a...