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UF sports pioneer up for award

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The Florida Women’s Hall of Fame has named University of Florida legend Ruth Alexander as one of its ten finalists for its 2010-2011 class. WUFT F-M’s Dan Katz spoke with University of Florida Athletic Association historian Norm Carlson about her impact on UF’s women’s sports program.

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