Jack Blyzinskyj and Ashlee Linn combined to sweep the 200 back titles in impressive times as Florida won its 6th-straight team title at the All-Florida Invite.
For the men, Nova Southeastern’s Thiago Sickert swam a 44.68 for the top seed. That was good enough to put him ahead of Florida’s Caeleb Dressel (45.01) and Corey Main (45.49).
The University of Florida swimmer continued to dominate on the second day of the 2015 All-Florida Invite. Florida State started…
Caeleb Dressel took a win in one of his individual events, but it wasn’t one we see him in too often.
Florida will host the annual All-Florida Invitational to kick off their season in Gainesville this weekend, September 18-20.
Natalie Hinds is part of a big returning senior class for the Florida Gators, who graduated just three seniors and zero NCAA points.
Notably, they’ll face Texas A&M in a dual meet, whose women finished as the runner-up to Georgia in the SEC. The teams also square off with Texas, where the men will rematch with the NCAA champion Longhorns.
At the World Championships in Kazan, Ryan Lochte headlined Florida’s events with a dominating performance in the 200-meter IM (1:55.81).
Fifteen members from the University of Florida men’s and women’s swim team are scheduled to represent the Gators in San Antonio at the 2015 Phillips 66 National Championships from Aug. 6-10.
The Florida Gators have announced their 2015-2016 schedules with an interesting twist in the lead-up to the 2016 Olympics: two of the team’s biggest rivalry meets will be conducted in long course meters.
Dressel (above) won five races at the Southern Zone South Sectional Championships in Orlando this weekend.
On Day 3 of the 2015 Orlando Long Course Sectional Championships in Orlando, NCAA champ Caeleb Dressel put on an impressive performance, swimming 3 events in a row and winning gold in two of them.
Caeleb Dressel went big in two swims on Friday in Orlando.
US Olympians Elizabeth Beisel, Conor Dwyer, and Matt Grevers all scratched events on day two of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Meet in Santa Clara.
1st African American woman to win an Olympic medal relects on the historic 1-2-3 Minority Finish at Women’s NCAAs
Maritza McClendon: “A tear instantly came to my eyes, I couldn’t believe it… This is a true moment in history for minorities. I still can’t believe we had three women of color take 1,2, 3 in the 100 free at Division 1 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships.”