With the NCAA season wrapped up, the SEC has announced its end-of-the-year award winners. For swim coaches, Gregg Troy has…
Florida was third in team scores, riding a big-time weekend from Caeleb Dressel
After Caeleb Dressel’s 18.23 50 yard free U.S. Open and American Record at the 2016 SEC Championships you have to ask yourself, can he dip under 18 seconds?
#10 Learning how to "butterfly" from the BEST: @RazorbackSD! pic.twitter.com/It0nKpWljb — Pork Chop (@PorkChop_UA) February 28, 2016 Too cute. #9…
Will Troy keep his word of shaving his mustache since Dressel went 18.39? (and then faster in finals!)
Gregg Troy talks about his teams preparation coming into a meet with such stiff competition like SEC’s
Thanks to SwimSwam reporter Katrina Radke for capturing video interviews used in this report. Ryan Lochte, 11-time Olympic medalist, reacts…
Florida keeps one of the best distance swimmers in this class close to home
Caeleb Dressel, despite being such a huge high school and college swimming star, has not been on my radar as…
Classic Gator chomp from Mr. Silver above.
Gregg Troy (above) has snagged two more commits to his men’s class of 2020.
“Bob and David are two of the most dynamic, innovative and well-respected coaches in our sport.” said USA National Team Director Frank Busch
Natalie Hinds is part of a big returning senior class for the Florida Gators, who graduated just three seniors and zero NCAA points.
What would it take Gator sprinter Caeleb Dressel to score in a 50 for his coach Gregg Troy to do away with his infamous mustache?