Bulldogs Mathias Koski and Hali Flickinger won the SEC’s weekly awards to kick off 2015.
The Missouri State men’s swimming and diving team is set for first event of the 2015, a double dual against Tennessee and Texas A&M at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8, in College Station, Texas.
The Tennessee Diving Invitational offered an early look at how diving might impact conference and NCAA finishes this coming season, at least for the mainly-East Coast teams who attended.
Jack Bauerle’s Georgia Bulldogs host the Texas Longhorns this weekend in Bauerle’s first home meet back from his suspension.
It was a quiet debut for Florida’s Theresa Michalak, but the Gators rolled past their in-state rivals.
Megan Cox and the LSU Tiger men and women dominated the SMU Mustangs on Saturday. Cox won two events during the meet, the 200 and 500 freestyles.
Georgia took down SEC opponents South Carolina with ease.
Bonnie Brandon led 1-2 finishes in both backstrokes to power the Lady Wildcats past all four visiting foes while the Zona men picked up the win over Missouri.
“Our kids worked extremely hard during the Christmas training,” Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle said.
Coach Troy: “The FSU meet is always a spirited competition, as so many of the athletes on each squad looked at both schools. This meet also provides for a unique opportunity after exams to springboard into the main part of the season.”
Cal transfer Sophia Batchelor is eligible to swim for Florida in the spring semester of 2015.
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