VIDEO: Florida Associate Head Coach Martyn Wilby talks junior leadership, intrasquad rivalry in weekly presser
Martyn Wilby praised the junior leadership on the women’s side and talked about good-natured class rivalries stirred up on the men’s side by a “relays by class” setup against LSU.
Freshman Caeleb Dressel became the 4th NCAA man under 20 this season while Jessica Thielmann (pictured) paced two distance races for the women.
Sinead Russell (pictured) is part of a big junior class now ready to be the faces of the Florida Gator program after the graduation of Olympian Elizabeth Beisel.
A healthy Missy Franklin showed up in Florida alongside her Cal teammates, who eschewed the meet’s “All-Florida” title. After back spasms interrupted her summer, Franklin’s health is paramount to Cal’s success this season.
After three golds and a silver it was clear that Natalie Hinds of the University of Florida was not completely satisfied with her winnings as she added another win with a 48.95 in the 100 freestyle. Kaitlyn Dressel was second in 49.20 followed by Missy Franklin in 49.87. Pelton finished fifth inn 50.99.
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Natalie Hinds of Florida is top qualifier in the women’s 100 fly after the Day Two prelims session of the All-Florida Invite.
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The top recruit in the high school class of 2014 Caeleb Dressel began his college career on Friday in prelims at…
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).
Opening the season in an SEC dual meet, both Florida and Arkansas learned some important things about their team on Saturday morning.
Florida post-grad Elizabeth Beisel was named the varsity squad’s Swimmer of the Year for the 2013-2014 season.
Gator Swim Club is piling up the wins at the Orlando Sectional, with Sebastien Rousseau, Brad deBorde, Eduardo Solaeche-Gomez and Dan Wallace all winning on day 3.
The Cal Golden Bears show off their styling nails on Friday evening.
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean put on a performance for the ages and broke the NCAA Record in the 500 free early in the 2014 NCAA Women’s Championships.