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Suspended Florida Swimmer Dan Wallace Is Racing at Charlotte Grand Prix

Some quick, but significant news, is that University of Florida junior Dan Wallace did race in his heat of the 200…

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South Carolina Adds 6 to Incoming Freshman Class

South Carolina has added three men and three women to their recruiting class of 2014 in the fall signing period.

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Florida All-American Dan Wallace Suspended Indefinitely for “Violation of Team Rules”

Florida All-American Dan Wallace has been suspended indefinitely for a “violation of team rules.”

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Auburn also gets two NCAA Postgrad Scholarships from Spencer Kerns, TJ Leon

Breaststroker Spencer Kerns and sprinter TJ Leon each received one of the awards, given to recognize and reward the NCAA’s highest-achieving student-athletes.

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Kentucky Announces 2014-2015 Team Captains

The Kentucky Wildcats have named 7 captains for the 2014-2015 season.

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Florida’s Beisel, deBorde honored with NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships

Florida Gator teammates Elizabeth Beisel and Brad deBorde have each been awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, the school announced today.

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Florida Adds Greek Sprinter Panti to Spring Signing Class

Florida and head coach Gregg Troy (left) have announced a three-swimmer spring signing class.

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Alabama to create new swimming scholarship in John Servati’s name

The University of Alabama will create a scholarship in John Servati’s name. If you are interested in donating to the fund, you can find links and addresses here.

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John Servati: Memoir of a True Southern Gentleman

Upon hearing of the tragic news of the passing of his once-teammate John Servati, former Alabama Crimson Tide men’s swimming and diving captain Jake Reynolds took the opportunity to share some thoughts on his fallen friend.

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Alabama Coach, Team Captain React in Immediate Aftermath of Servati’s Death

Alabama head coach Dennis Pursely described Servati as having “great character.”

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CSCAA announces 2014 Annual Major Awards Recipients

The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) takes great pleasure in announcing the 2014 recipients of its five annual major awards.

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Alabama Swimmer Killed By Severe Weather

Alabama Swimmer, John Servati, was killed as a result of the severe weather sometime between monday night and tuesday morning.

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Four Swimmers, Including Two Georgia Bulldogs, Nominated for SEC’s McWhorter Post-Graduate Scholarship

Four swimmers, including Olympian Andrew Gemmell, have been nominated for the prestigious McWhorter Scholarship.

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Florida Diving Coach Donnie Craine Killed In a Boating Crash Off The Coast Of Florida

University of Florida Diving Coach, Donnie Craine, was killed after a boat crash in Jug Creek off the coast of Bokeelia, FL.

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Junior College National Champion Alec Scott Transferring to Alabama

Indian River stand-out Alec Scott will be transferring to the University of Alabama after a phenomenal sophomore season. At the…

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