Florida Gators head swimming coach Anthony Nesty announced the 2021-22 schedule Tuesday afternoon, highlighted by six home meets this season.
Four Todd Desorbo-coached swimmers made Team USA at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, and each of those swimmers is coming home with a medal.
Among Olympic gold medal winners, Anthony Nesty has already surpassed the coaching accomplishments of most at these Tokyo Olympics.
Coach Anthony Nesty’s Florida swimmers have shown up in force in the NCAA – and now they’ve done the same on the Olympic stage.
After spending last season as a volunteer assistant with the University of Florida, Jack Szaranek will join the staff full time next season.
Florida swimmers managed to pull off a sweep of the men’s free events, winning the 50, 100, 200, 400, 800,and 1500.
USA Swimming ha ufficialmente nominato gli 8 allenatori che saranno gli assistenti della squadra USA per le prossime Olimpiadi
Team USA announced that eight assistant coaches would be joining the team in Tokyo under head coaches Dave Durden, Greg Meehan, and Catherine Kase.
With three of his swimmers already on the Olympic team, Todd DeSorbo has all but locked up a spot as a women’s team assistant in Tokyo.
Florida has hired former Pitt assistant Kristen Murslack to its swimming & diving coaching staff, the school announced this week.
This would be Corredor’s third transfer in his college career, and he’s crafted a petition to ask to the NCAA to let him transfer and not sit out a season.
Nesty brings a wealth of knowledge, having been on staff for a number of years at UF and heading the men’s program for the last three
Whitney Hite, who was the assistant head coach of the women’s program last season, is expected to return as part of a restructured combined-gender staff.
Florida was a combined program under longtime coach Gregg Troy, who retired from collegiate coaching in spring 2018 following the 2017-18 NCAA season.