Gregg Troy will add another Dressel to the roster next year; Sherridon will join older brother Caeleb as a Gator for the 2016-17 season.
Classic Gator chomp from Mr. Silver above.
Drew Clark showing us the ever-important Gator chomp.
Former U.S. Junior National Team member Alex Katz is heading closer to home for his sophomore season, transferring from Michigan to the Florida Gators.
Jan Switkowski emerged from a deep and impressive field as the 2015 Polish National Champion in the 200 fly, and will now continue his college career at the University of Florida.
The Bears of Brown University will get a big addition to their roster this fall, nabbing outgoing Florida transfer Ally Donahue.
The 2015 women’s 1650 yard freestyle NCAA Champion Leah Smith (above) will sit out of its closest equivalent, the 1500 meter free, on Thursday at the Pro Swim Series – Charlotte meet.
Olympic Trials qualifier Savanna Faulconer has made the decision to swim for the Florida Gators in the fall, bringing with her breaststroke and medley expertise that will surely benefit the team.
On May 7, 2015 Theresa Michalak will celebrate her 23rd birthday – but she won’t spend it with her family in her home-town of Halle/Saale, Germany – Theresa is now a student-athlete at the University of Florida.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The University of Florida’s men’s swimming and diving program inked a pair student-athletes to National Letters of…
The aftershocks of the Bolles School dream team is still being felt on the college level.
Eddie Reese’s Texas Longhorns are in control going into the final session of the 2015 NCAA Championships on Saturday, but there are still some good team battles going on.
Florida freshman Caeleb Dressel became the first Gator to ever win the 50 free NCAA title on Thursday.
Dave Durden and the Cal Golden Bears enter the 2015 championship seeking a second-straight title.
NC State’s Riki Bonnema is the highest scratch from the individual events on the last day of the 2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.