2016 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 16 – Saturday, March 19 McAuley Aquatic Center – Atlanta, GA Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM…
The Georgia Bulldogs took the first championship of the weekend in the 800 free relay.
I’ve been a loyal University of Georgia swim fan for more than a decade, and I’m beginning to notice a trend from Bauerle’s Bulldogs: one-trick ponies are put out to pasture.
This pair of Georgia bulldogs are as fun in front of a camera as they are speedy in a pool
Watch race videos from Georgia’s 100th win in a dual meet versus Tennessee this weekend.
Georgia men and women defeat Tennessee at their home pool.
#10 Athletes gathering for rehearsal ahead of tonight's #GoldenGoggles pic.twitter.com/yDn16aYcNq — USA Swimming (@USASwimming) November 22, 2015 The Golden Goggles…
The University of Georgia Bulldogs were never in doubt as they led from start to finish against their in-state rivals….
Rachel Bootsma had a resurgent 2015 season, and that momentum joined by a devastating recruiting class make Cal the early favorite picks for the 2016 NCAA title, pending one major enrollment decision elsewhere in the Pac-12.
The Florida Gator men and Georgia Bulldog women picked up two weekly SEC awards apiece after wins over Tennessee and Emory, respectively.
Brittany MacLean is the defending NCAA champ in the 500 and 1650 frees and one of the most dangerous Bulldogs on Georgia’s roster.
Simonas Bilis (pictured) won three times, and his teammate Christian McCurdy broke a pool record to beat Georgia star Chase Kalisz in the 200 fly.
The Gators’ Natalie Hinds popped fast swims for September: 22.49 in the 50 free, 49.08 in the 100 free (49.08), and a 54.75 in 100 fly (54.75).
Georgia freshman Kylie Stewart won her first individual event as a Bulldog on Wednesday.
Top-rated prospect Simone Manuel heads up a Stanford class that redefines the word “loaded.”