Florida Gators Set For Home Opener Against Georgia

by SwimSwam 5

October 28th, 2021 College, News, SEC

Courtesy: Florida Athletics

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida men’s and women’s swimming and diving is set for their home opener against Georgia on Oct. 28-29.

Diving starts on Thursday, Oct. 28 at 5:30 p.m., while the rest of the swimming and diving events start at 10 a.m. on Friday Oct. 29.

Live results will be made available through the MeetMobile App.

After their opening clash with Georgia, Florida will head to Tallahassee to take on the Seminoles on Friday, Nov. 5.

Series History

The Gators and Bulldogs have been long-time rivals, competing in 82 matchups over the history of both programs. Florida currently leads the all-time series with an overall record of 60-19-3, including a 6-4-1 tally in the last 11 duals. Last year, the two faced off on Oct. 30 in Gainesville in the Gators’ home opener.

Order of Events

5:30 pm                                                           Diving (1M Men & 3M Women)

10:00 am                                                         200 Medley Relay
1,000 Freestyle
200 Freestyle
100 Backstroke (may add a heat)
100 Breaststroke (may add a heat)
200 Fly
50 Free
10:45 am (approximate)                                  Diving (1M Women)
11:15 am (approximate)                                  100 Freestyle
200 Backstroke
200 Breaststroke
500 Freestyle
100 Fly
12:00 pm (approximate)                                Diving (3M Men)
12:30 pm (approximate)                                200 IM
400 Free Relay

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1 month ago

For some unexplained reason, it is not being streamed!?!

1 month ago

Just a dual meet but still the biggest meet in the SEC this year should be streamed!!!

NC Fan
Reply to  wolfensf
1 month ago

You can’t expect a small school with the limited resources of UF to have a mostly student-run volunteer production crew available to stream on SEC Network Extra,..can you?

1 month ago

Katie Ledecky was in the water and swimming against men?! I see her name in the 200 free result with 1:42.80. Anyone has video?

Reply to  Spectatorn
1 month ago

she also did a 4:30.55 500 free and result was listed under men’s…

which looks like in both events there were a second heat for all UoF swimmers and she swam.

Last edited 1 month ago by Spectatorn