FGCU Baseball

Jun 23, 2017

After a record breaking season taking the FGCU baseball team to its first NCAA tournament after winning its first ASUN Tournament Title, Coach Dave Tollett is back out scouting for new players again this summer.

Alligator photo: Wikimedia Creative Commons / Cardinal photo: Florida Fish and Wildlife by Karen Parker / https://www.flickr.com/photos/myfwcmedia/34451649605/in/album-72157680697133822/

Cardinals in Florida have been sickened or killed due to crowded and potentially unclean bird feeders and bird baths. Ornery alligators are increasingly making their way into pools, yards, and other human habitats as they search for a mate. It's the time of year when wildlife experts are urging residents of Southwest Florida to be alert to possible wildlife interactions.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Florida Gulf Coast University, WGCU Public Media presents "FGCU: The Beginning." The series chronicles the key founders and events that led up to Aug. 25, 1997, when the campus first opened.  As the finale for the series, a half-hour television documentary will air on Aug. 24 at 8pm. Learn more about the series here.

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After nearly a decade at the helm of Florida Gulf Coast University, president Dr. Wilson Bradshaw is stepping down at the end of June.

Photo: JJ Harrison via Wikimedia Creative Commons

A brood of salt marsh mosquitoes borne from high tides along Southwest Florida’s coastal mangroves descended on Collier County this week, unleashing a “horrendous” torrent of insects that experts say is the worst they’ve seen in a decade.