Florida Gulf Coast

FGCU Wins Triple Distance Classic; Rooker Completes Breaststroke Sweep

Prudence Rooker of Liberty University pulled off the only sweep of a stoke, winning the 50, 100, and 200 breast.

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Emma Svensson Promoted To Assistant Coach At Florida State

Emma Svensson has been promoted to assistant coach at Florida State.


FGCU Women And UMBC Men Take Charge Of CCSA Champs After Day Two

Both the FGCU women and the UMBC men were dominant in their performances on day two to put them first in the overall scores heading into the second half of the meet.


Gators Open Season Away From Home at All-Florida Invitational

UF has hosted the meet since its inception six years ago, but due to renovations at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center, the meet will move to Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale.


Florida State Seminoles Announce 2016-17 Schedule

The slate contains nine contests for women and eight for men, including three ACC opponents in addition to two diving invites and the Georgia Fall Invitational.

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Florida Gulf Coast Names Amanda Smith as Interim Head Coach

Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles hire assistant Amanda Smith as the new interim head coach.

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CCSA Changes Name, Expands Conference to Include Sand Volleyball

The Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association (CCSA) is set to make two announcements at 2pm Eastern today. Sources tell SwimSwam that…

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Florida Native Madison Jean Commits To Florida Gulf Coast

“I’m excited for my future at FGCU and feel like it’s a perfect fit for me training and swimming wise. It’s an amazing program and I’m so glad to be apart of it soon!”

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2015 Women’s NCAA Championships: SwimSwam Awards

Our picks for swimmer of the meet, diver of the meet, freshman of the meet, and coach of the year from the 2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving championships.


Tennessee, FGCU women trade blows on day one of Georgia Tech Invite, Jacket men lead

Tennessee and Florida Gulf Coast are locked in a tight battle for the women’s meet, while the Georgia Tech men are running away with things at the Georgia Tech Invite.

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