The Kentucky Wildcats have warmed up the Gabrielsen Natatorium nicely in Athens.
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 Florida Gators are locked-and-loaded for the 2014 SEC Championships
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.
Last year, Florida head coach Gregg Troy celebrated an SEC title with his men’s team in College Station.
We might see this new breakout from top Tennessee backstroker Lauren Solernou at SEC’s in just under two weeks.
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.
LSU topped Rice, Tulane and host Houston in the Quad meet, each team’s last competition before conference championships. Kara Kopcso won three times for LSU, while Rice’s Rachel Moody broke a school record in the 100 breast and narrowly missed the 200 breast record as well.
The Florida coach talked about a lineup decision that came back to bite the Gators as well as the team’s preparation heading into SECs and NCAAs.
Tennessee head coach Matt Kredich has landed a big international commitment for the fall of 2014.
Freshmen Allyx Purcell and Joe Patching each won a pair of events in Auburn’s sweep of the visiting Gamecocks.
Georgia senior Laura Ryan celebrates senior day on Saturday, while Georgia beat Alabama to close the regular season.
The Texas A&M band showed up to play out the Aggies’ undefeated season on Saturday in College Station.
Lindsay Gendron won three key races for the Volunteers, and for the second-straight year, they’ve upset an SEC rival on the team’s senior day.