While Caeleb Dressel didn’t need to swim for an NCAA qualification, he did so anyway to test a time in the 200 free.
Senior Autumn Finke and freshman Sherridon Dressel were instrumental to the Gators’ success, picking up a pair of individual event titles each.
The University of Miami Hurricanes extended their home dual meet winning streak to 5 straight wins on Friday in a narrow victory over the Princeton Tigers.
After a pool heating issue forced the cancellation of Friday’s FGCU-Miami duel, they were able to join the next day and get two victories
The University of Miami beat out both the University of Kansas and Rutgers in today’s double dual in their brand new aquatic facility. The KU Jayhawks took down Rutgers.
The Miami Hurricanes lost both relays but still managed to beat the visiting Princeton Tigers Friday night 156-144.
The Aggies are now undefeated on both the men’s and women’s side, as they beat Incarnate Word and Miami (FL) on Friday in College Station.
In the third and final installment of Florida International University’s Dual-a-Palooza, the Rice Owls and FIU Panthers repeated their wins in the morning, but traded opponents. . The meet features four teams (FIU, Rice, FAU, Miami-Fla) that compete simultaneously in three separate sessions. Scoring is in a straight head-to-head dual meet format.
The Miami-Fla Hurricanes came out on top when they faced off against Florida Atlantic University yesterday, winning 149-72.
FSU’s Cole Hensley and diving teammates Tyler Roberge and Cassidy Gebhart, along with Miami’s Angela Algee, earned the first ACC swimming and diving weekly honors of the 2015-16 season following strong performances at the All-Florida Invite.