After a slew of 2018 graduations and 2019 transfers, Florida again faces adversity, but returns a bulldozing sophomore class on the rise.
The highest-profile scratch is Texas A&M’s Anthony Kim, who scored 49 points at last year’s SEC Championships.
The University of Florida men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams take to the road for a battle with SEC foe, Georgia.
On the final day of the Platational Sectional, 17 year old Mary Smutny won the women’s 100 fly with a 2:14.97.
The Florida men have put together a very strong recruiting class this year. Miguel Cancel was one of the top local talents to sign with the Gators last week.
The Florida Gators added 19 swimmers and four divers to the incoming class of 2018 after the early signing period. The men’s squad will add 13 newcomers, while the women’s team adds 10.
Florida 1A state champion Nick Hackett will be joining the Gators in fall 2018.
Gulliver Prep’s Emily Cordovi secured back-to-back titles in the 100 fly, breaking 54 for the first time in 53.86 to come within half a second of the State Record.
Merritt Island’s Lucas Kravchenko, a class 1A finalist in 2016, could make a big impact at his first 2A state meet. With his best times, he’s already fast enough to have won both of his individual events last season.
Defending 500 free state champions Miguel Cancel and Ryley Ober have both opted out of the event in favor of the 100 free this season.
We’ve put together all the information you need to follow the series, along with the defending champions of each district.
14-year-old Ulett swam a personal best 1:56.07, just out-touching Brooke Forde (1:56.30) and taking over 7 tenths off her former best time. With that, she was just .06 shy of Bayer’s record, which stands at a 1:56.01 from 2013.
FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL 2A STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Results Saturday, November 12th Sailfish Splashpark Aquatic Athletics Center, Florida Defending champs: American Heritage boys,…
Bayshore sophomore Ryley Ober got the job done at the region 3 meet, setting herself up as the top seed for the state meet in the middle distance freestyles
Florida’s high school swimming post-season continues, with the state’s smaller schools in classes 1A and 2A holding region meets over the weekend. Region are the last major meet before the state championships.