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We sit down with FGCU’s Dave Rollins to get his take on this accomplishment as well as what he saw from his team to lead to this moment throughout the year.
The pair has kicked off the year with its third career sweep of the weekly honors, having done so twice last season (2019-20).
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The Eagles are just one of two teams to have swept the CCSA weekly honors this season, having done so twice already.
The FGCU swimming and diving team continued its hot start to the 2019-20 season, earning a decisive 172-121 victory over Vanderbilt on Friday night.
For the first time since 2015, FGCU has started off its season 4-0, picking up wins over Campbell and host Georgia Southern on Saturday.
The FGCU swimming and diving team picked up a pair of wins on Friday afternoon, defeating host North Florida and Campbell.
The blue team emerged victorious from the FGCU swimming & diving team’s annual Green and Blue scrimmage on Friday evening at the FGCU Aquatics Complex.
Highlighted by seven home meets, Florida Gulf Coast will compete against four teams that registered points at the 2019 NCAA Championships.
We’re back with swimming’s TopTenTweets!
For the second time this season, FGCU senior Christina Kaas Elmgreen has been named the CCSA Swimmer of the Week