The University of Florida men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams head to Austin, Texas, for a matchup against Texas and Indiana.
Florida freshman Leah Braswell stormed to a 9:54.36 in the women’s 1000, beating out teammate Taylor Ault (sophomore), who went 10:00.38.
Rooney posted a very strong 47.87 100 fly win, while Mabel and Rosie Zavaros won a combined four events on the women’s side.
The #10 Florida men will look to fill the massive void left by the departures of Caeleb Dressel and Gregg Troy.
Mark Szaranek won the men’s 200 IM with a 2:03.32, narrowly beating Grant Sanders, who came in at 2:03.55.
He was over a second faster than his time from SECs, taking 8 tenths off his lifetime best as he swam a 1:40.28.
Indiana’s Blake Pieroni was back at it again on Saturday night at the 2017 Purdue Invitational.
Freestyle standout Blake Pieroni had one of the top swims of the night for the Hoosiers with his performance in the 200 free.
41% of voters selected Arizona-to-Florida IMer Grant Sanders as the most impactful transfer of the upcoming NCAA season, besting Auburn-to-NC State sprinter Jacob Molacek and Ohio State-to-Tennessee diver Colin Zeng.
The Florida men have a really good sprinter you might have heard of.
In the most Florida Gator thing imaginable, sophomore Savanna Faulconer took the top qualifying spots in the 500 free and 200 IM back-to-back to kick off the 2017 All-Florida Invite.
Ryan Hoffer is the most valuable NCAA prospect since Caeleb Dressel, and he’s not alone in a powerhouse #1 class for 2017.
USA Swimming has announced its 44-swimmer squad for the 2017 World University Games, with only two of the eligible pool swimming World Champs team members electing to take part in both meets.
16-year-old Mary Smutny put up a pair of highlight performances, winning back-to-back events during the final session.
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