Coach Troy: “The FSU meet is always a spirited competition, as so many of the athletes on each squad looked at both schools. This meet also provides for a unique opportunity after exams to springboard into the main part of the season.”
Gregg Troy was named the head men’s U.S. Olympic swim team coach on December 10th, 2010. 2016 candidates will have to wait longer to learn their fate.
Coach Troy: “I feel real good where both groups are at heading into this championships style meet at Georgia Tech. This meet has several good team’s competing in it, and it will give us a good chance to evaluate the fall and see where we need to improve upon in the spring when it really matters.”
Coach Troy: “We are extremely excited about the quality and depth of the class. We covered a lot of our needs with these student-athletes. This is an outstanding class of women that are not only extremely talented in the pool, but are great students as well.”
The University of Florida No. 5 men’s and No. 11 women’s swimming & diving teams are set to host their…
Coach Gregg Troy: “Tomorrow’s meet should be a great opportunity for both the men and women to race some of the best athletes in the NCAA. This is a perfect time, being that it is the midpoint of the fall, to evaluate where we are.”
Vyatchanin Back in Action at Serbian Grand Prix
Sinead Russell (pictured) is part of a big junior class now ready to be the faces of the Florida Gator program after the graduation of Olympian Elizabeth Beisel.
Gregg Troy, who has had success at both the high school and college levels in the state of Florida
Opening the season in an SEC dual meet, both Florida and Arkansas learned some important things about their team on Saturday morning.
Press release: Let the 42nd season of Florida women’s swimming and diving begin!
Florida Gators head coach Gregg Troy got a chance to preview his men’s and women’s teams in his season-opening press conference, especially noting the youth of his teams along with their talented freshman classes.
The Florida Gators have hired a new diving coach.
The right gear makes a huge difference in practice. What if you could carry your own portable pace clock to practice, your own personal pace clock that is also large enough to be seen from the deck or underwater in your lane?
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean has added an SEC Swimmer of the Year honor to her national swimmer of the year honor from the CSCAA.