Theresa Michalak says she’ll have her full four years of eligibility for the Gators and could start competing as soon as Saturday, depending on her immediate eligibility with the NCAA.
Instead of granting waivers to allow certain transferring athletes to compete immediately for a new school, the new policy would have those athletes sit out a season in exchange for a full-year extension to their eligibility window.
In his weekly press conference, Gregg Troy discussed a new addition to his men’s program at Florida.
2013 NCAA Champion Cammile Adams won all three of her individual events on Saturday in College Station.
BJ Hornikel won two individual events for the Alabama men.
The Vols put on a show against top-ranking opponents Missouri and Virginia Tech in a double dual in Knoxville, TN on Saturday.
The Gamecocks handled the Blue Devils on both sides of the gender pool on Saturday in Columbia, SC.
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.
Nearly half of LSU’s wins came from freshman, and SMU got a good first look at a freshman of their own in Ziga Cerkovnik’s NCAA debut.
Texas’ Clay Youngquist was an impressive in the 200 free as Texas swept Auburn on Thursday.
The Texas A&M men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will open the 2014 portions of their schedules when the Aggies host Southeastern Conference rival Georgia in a 12 noon dual meet at the Student Recreation Center on Friday.
Strong diving performances at the Georgia Invite start the new year off right, including those from Georgia’s Laura Ryan (above).
Hilda Luthersdottir continued over the weekend to be the Gators’ sparkplug in the breaststrokes, and for that she earned SEC Swimmer of the Week.
Florida’s Carlos Omana was named the first SEC Male Swimmer of the Week for 2014.