Caeleb Dressel impressed again on Saturday morning in Gainesville, but may be wearing more hats this year than last for the Gators.
Caeleb Dressel took a win in one of his individual events, but it wasn’t one we see him in too often.
The 2015 All-Florida invite is significantly toned down from the 2014 version of the meet last year that feature the…
Best friends and Gulliver Prep/Gulliver Swim Club teammates Kelly Fertel and Niki Urquidi both gave verbal commitments to Florida.
Florida will host the annual All-Florida Invitational to kick off their season in Gainesville this weekend, September 18-20.
Former TCU swimmer and current Florida head swim coach, Gregg Troy, was inducted into the TCU Lettermen’s Hall of Fame on Thursday.
Florida diver Victoria Moretti will head to Fayetteville, Arkansas to dive for the Razorbacks in 2016-17.
2014-15 National Junior Teamer Erika Brown of SwimMAC Carolina has made a verbal commitment to University of Tennessee for 2016-17.
The Razorbacks have a tough schedule this year that will see them on the road for most of the season.
After breaking eight school records last season at the 2015 SEC Championships, the Commodores are thrilled to hop back in the pool for another season of success.
The Alabama Crimson Tide were without two-time NCAA champion Kristian Gkolomeev in the NCAA’s 2015-2016 season opener, but didn’t miss a beat, sweeping all 28 swimming events to top Delta State on the road.
Rising sophomore Akram Mahmoud, who placed fourth in the 1500m free at FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia this summer, will join the rest of the Gamecocks in the season opener at FGCU Invitational.
LSU Junior Caley Oquist leads the Tigers into their 2015-2016 season beginning with an intrasquad on September 25th.
Classes have only been in session for a week or two at many schools, but the NCAA Swimming & Diving season waits for no man – the first dual meet of 2015-2016 takes place this Friday in Cleveland, Mississippi.
To make things interesting at the conference level, SEC rival Auburn will bring their men and women. Last season Auburn was 3rd just behind UGA on the men’s side and 4th on the women’s side at this meet.