Distance freestyler Leah Braswell of York YMCA has announced via Instagram her intention to swim for the University of Florida in the fall of 2018.
Coach Troy noted, “In regards to the entire class they bring a lot to the table. These women fill a lot of the weaknesses we had on last year’s squad and combined with the rest of the team put us in a good place.”
European Games bronze medalist Layla Black will attend University of Florida beginning in the fall of 2018.
Nikki Miller, who was recently named to the selection representing Great Britain at the World Junior Championships in Indianapolis this August, has verbally committed to swim for the University of Florida beginning in the fall.
High school junior Isaac Davis of Bolles School Sharks has added his name to the list of early verbal commits to the University of Florida class of 2022, joining his brother, Will, who also announced his commitment.
Bolles School Sharks’ Will Davis has elected to remain in-state and has given his verbal commitment to the University of Florida for 2018-19.
Head Coach Gregg Troy has added another name to a very promising class of 2021 for his Florida Gators. Jordan’s Khader Baqlah,…
Ault is teaching her teammates at La Mirada Armada the “chomp chomp” in preparation for her stint at University of Florida for the next four years.
Rachel Ramey of Heritage High School and Texas Ford Aquatics has made a verbal commitment to the University of Florida for 2017-18.
Hungarian Olympic butterflier Liliána Szilágyi will join the Gators mid-season, in January 2017.
Twins Ethan and Clark Beach of Quest Swimming have each made a verbal commitment to the Florida Gators’ class of 2021.
Gregg Troy talks about his teams preparation coming into a meet with such stiff competition like SEC’s
Gregg Troy will add another Dressel to the roster next year; Sherridon will join older brother Caeleb as a Gator for the 2016-17 season.
Classic Gator chomp from Mr. Silver above.
Drew Clark showing us the ever-important Gator chomp.