The Florida Gators are locked-and-loaded for the 2014 SEC Championships
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Last year, Florida head coach Gregg Troy celebrated an SEC title with his men’s team in College Station.
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The Florida coach talked about a lineup decision that came back to bite the Gators as well as the team’s preparation heading into SECs and NCAAs.
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Troy recapped his team’s dominating senior night performances against Auburn and also looked forward to his SEC travel squad, talking about the competition for the last few spots.
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Coach Troy: “We’re looking for the best efforts these next two meets because the honesty in the effort allows you to evaluate the team heading into the championship season. That will help finalize our meet lineup and will give us some extra preparation going into the SEC Championships.”
Gregg Troy discusses the Texas weather, and his team’s training in December and January.
Theresa Michalak says she’ll have her full four years of eligibility for the Gators and could start competing as soon as Saturday, depending on her immediate eligibility with the NCAA.
In his weekly press conference, Gregg Troy discussed a new addition to his men’s program at Florida.
Coach Troy said his team is coming out of its toughest training block of the season and is focused on getting healthy before championship meets.
Elizabeth Beisel had a huge performance in back-to-back events to turn the tide for the University of Florida.
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