It’s still a dogfight at the top, with defending champs Texas playing their cards closer to the vest, California exploding at the Georgia Invite and NC State continuing to swim good opponents very tough.
“Wait… she babysits my children.”
Florida State is set to host Florida in the annual Sunshine State Showdown presented by Fresh From Florida.
Florida State’s Prodigal son, Jason Coombs, will swim his first race after returning to the program against the Florida Gators next week.
Brazil’s 18-year-old sprint sensation Felipe Ribeiro will join the Florida State program in the NCAA.
The slate contains nine contests for women and eight for men, including three ACC opponents in addition to two diving invites and the Georgia Fall Invitational.
Three-time NCAA qualifier Jason Coombs will return to the Florida State team this fall after retiring in May with 1 year of eligibility remaining.
After announcing the additions of Ozzie Quevedo and Dan Carrington to the FSU coaching staff, head coach Neal Studd will also bring on Tiffany…
New Florida State head coach Neal Studd has begun to fill out his coaching staff, with Ozzie Quevedo being the first name…
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles have released their 2016-2017 schedule, highlighted by a home November matchup with FSU and former Eagles head coach Neal Studd.
The Neal Studd Swim Camp at Florida State University is a camp that focuses on giving each swimmer age 7-18 the tools to improve their overall technique. The camp focuses on, fitness, stroke technique, starts, turns, nutrition and mental training.
Florida State will appoint Neal Studd as their new head swimming coach for the 2016-2017 season after terminating former head…
2016 MEN’S & WOMEN’S CCSA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, February 17 – Saturday, February 20 Gabrielsen Natatorium, Athens, GA (Eastern Time Zone) Prelims…
“I’m excited for my future at FGCU and feel like it’s a perfect fit for me training and swimming wise. It’s an amazing program and I’m so glad to be apart of it soon!”
After a historic career at FGCU, swimming record-holder Emma Svensson will serve as the CCSA’s nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.