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?
“Jos has experience swimming and coaching at the highest levels of the sport. I look forward to his passion and enthusiasm immediately paying off in coaching and recruiting.”
Former U.S. Junior National Team member Alex Katz is heading closer to home for his sophomore season, transferring from Michigan to the Florida Gators.
On May 7, 2015 Theresa Michalak will celebrate her 23rd birthday – but she won’t spend it with her family in her home-town of Halle/Saale, Germany – Theresa is now a student-athlete at the University of Florida.
Alabama’s Kristian Gkolomeev was named the Male Swimmer of the Year by the SEC on Wednesday. Gkolomeev, the NCAA 100 free champion, won the 50 and 100 sprints at SECs, and was instrumental in Alabama’s relays.
Coach Troy: “Those who are not yet qualified for the NCAA meet have a great fast facility for their best opportunity. Those who raced last week can use this week to address changes and technical improvements from last week in a race environment on last time before the NCAA Championships.”
See what event winners and coaches had to say about Friday at the SEC Championships, plus notes about school records and other top accomplishments for each school, including Chase Kalisz (above).
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.”