With 10 recruiting classes ranked since SwimSwam’s inception, we’re looking back at the top overall NCAA swimming recruits since the class of 2013.
After a slew of 2018 graduations and 2019 transfers, Florida again faces adversity, but returns a bulldozing sophomore class on the rise.
University of Florida swimmer Michael Taylor says that this surgery, if “all goes well,” will set him on the path to returning to the pool.
The answer, simply put, is a freshman class that showed up and showed out for the Gators.
Nearly half of voters picked a retooled Florida team to top USC and Georgia at this winter’s men’s NCAA Championships.
Rooney posted a very strong 47.87 100 fly win, while Mabel and Rosie Zavaros won a combined four events on the women’s side.
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More than a fifth of voters are still expecting the Florida men to finish inside the top 5 at 2019 NCAAs, while 83% predicted the team to remain inside the top 10.
The #10 Florida men will look to fill the massive void left by the departures of Caeleb Dressel and Gregg Troy.
Former junior world record-holder Michael Taylor will sit out the upcoming NCAA season with a redshirt while dealing with medical issues, sources tell SwimSwam.
The men’s 100 back continues to be one of the most competitive events in the U.S.
6 different programs have season-best composite times that add up within a second of one another in an event that could turn the tides of the entire meet.
There are several men in contention for the title. Four of them are Longhorns. Austin Katz is the top seed, but Harvard’s Dean Farris has also been sub-1:39 this season.
Caeleb Dressel and the Florida Gators come in as the top seed in the 200 medley relay.
He was over a second faster than his time from SECs, taking 8 tenths off his lifetime best as he swam a 1:40.28.