Kevin Brockway gave up on his dream of becoming a lefty starting pitcher for the New York Mets when he walked four straight batters, then hit one in a middle school game in Suffern, N.Y. Since graduating college in 1993, he’s worked as a sports writer at daily newspapers throughout the state of Florida, beginning with the Key West Citizen. He then moved on to the Northwest Florida Daily News and Naples Daily News before becoming the men’s basketball writer for The Gainesville Sun in 2003. Brockway has won multiple state and national writing awards during his 16-year career. Favorite pastimes include karaoke and watching baseball. Favorite college hoops team growing up was St. John’s.
Published March 1, 2014
Born without his left hand and forearm, Hodskins grew up with the word "can't" missing from his vocabulary. It's why next fall Hodskins plans to attend the University of Florida after being offered a preferred walk-on spot on the Gator basketball...
Published February 27, 2014
The No. 1 Gators clinched their third outright SEC regular season championship in the past four seasons Thursday after Arkansas upset No. 17 Kentucky 71-67 in overtime at Rupp Arena.