Jack Bauerle: Hats off to Cal, that’s a great swim team

After a riveting 3 days of competition at the 2015 Women’s NCAA Championships, Jack Bauerle and the Georgia Bulldogs walked out with a 2nd place finish in the team title race. Although they were the defending champions from last year, the dogs were able to leave Greensboro with their heads held high.

Bauerle sat down with us and discussed the team’s performance, a few personal highlights, and the best senior class imaginable.


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bobo gigi
7 years ago

Georgia, without any win as swimswam predicted it before the meet, finishes second.
That shows it’s depth.

Second place. Well, not bad at all.
We’ll come back stronger!
We’ve already started our training for the next season!

Mark Nedza
7 years ago

Jack Bauerle, a class act.

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