Florida Gulf Coast junior Gracie Redding (Orlando, Fla.) has been named the CCSA Women’s Swimmer of the Week, while Liberty junior Amy Schools (Clinton, Md.) has been named CCSA Women’s Diver of the Week for meets contested Oct. 2-9, the CCSA announced Tuesday.
Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles hung onto their 101-66 lead from Friday and grabbed the win over Rutgers University Knights 199-116.
After one day of swimming between the women-only teams of Florida Gulf Coast University and Rutgers University, FGCU leads 101-66.
Hosting its annual Green-Blue Scrimmage, the FGCU women’s swimming and diving team kicked off its season against each other on Saturday with the Blue Team winning, 226-205.
UMBC, FGCU Defend Titles
Day 1 of the CCSA Championships
With two weeks and three meets remaining in the regular season, the #34 FGCU swimming and diving team hosts long-time…
Florida Gulf Coast went down to the wire this week with Liberty, with the meet coming down to the 200 free relay.
Florida Gulf Coast beat Liberty University in a dual meet that came down to the final relay and just six tenths of a second of real time.
Meet Stats Complete results Hosted by FGCU December 18, 2016 Score FGCU 154, UNC Asheville 51 Press Release Courtesy of…
Florida State University swimming and diving has terminated their contract with their Head Coach, Frank Bradley, after 2 years with Bradley at the helm. He had one year left in his contract with the Seminoles.
Sophomore-to-be Gracie Redding will transfer from Florida State to Florida Gulf Coast, she told SwimSwam on Thursday. The move will take…