Way better than jumping in for a morning workout, the Georgia women go for a victory dip after winning the Team Title at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships.
After day 2 of women’s NCAAs, the Georgia Bulldogs have expanded a 50-point lead to 72, and seem to be closing in on a repeat NCAA title.
University of Georgia senior, Shannon Vreeland, talks about the women’s team’s win at the SEC Swimming and Diving Championships held…
Florida’s Sebastien Rousseau looks to lead Florida to their second-straight SEC Championship.
Melanie Margalis and the Georgia Bulldogs are looking for their fifth straight team title.
The University of Georgia prepares to host the first of Division I’s major conference championships next week as the whole SEC gang comes to town. The Georgia Athletic Department caught up with several of Georgia’s top athletes and coaches to get their thoughts leading up to the conference championships.
Megan Romano is currently doing a little training for Austin, then will be back to Baltimore, but neither is a permanent plan yet.
Tennessee’s senior day celebration produced two senior SEC Swimmers of the Week. The Vols’ Lindsay Gendron won for the women while rival Florida got a men’s award for Brad deBorde.
Georgia senior Laura Ryan celebrates senior day on Saturday, while Georgia beat Alabama to close the regular season.
Florida’s Marcin Cieslak was named the SEC’s Male Swimmer of the Week for January 28th, 2014.
In his first meet back, Chase Kalisz won three events for the Bulldogs.
Georgia Bulldogs star and defending NCAA champ Chase Kalisz has been cleared to return to competition with the team, the University of Georgia announced tonight.
Melanie Margalis was named the SEC Female Swimmer of the Week for her efforts against Texas and Texas A&M.
Clay Youngquist helped stabilize the Texas men after an early DQ. The Georgia women picked up a win after tying A&M last night on their swing through Texas.
Brittany MacLean went back-to-back for the Bulldogs, winning the 1000 and taking second in the 200 free to set the tone early for Georgia.