Anchored by a 21.88 split from freshman Talia Bates (above), the Florida women hit the NCAA automatic invite time in the women’s 200 free relay on Friday.
Georgia freshman Zoie Hartman’s three victories weren’t enough for a Bulldog victory, as the Gator women defeated their SEC rivals by nearly 30 points.
The Gators will welcome the Georgia Bulldogs for their home opener on Nov. 1. inside the Stephen C. O’Connell Center Natatorium at 11:00 a.m.
It’s a battle for Texas supremacy as the #15/#12 Texas A&M Aggies host the #5/#2 Texas Longhorns – Aggie standout Shaine Casas takes on a tough Texas roster.
The Mizzou men and Florida women each took home wins in their dual meet on Friday, where nearly 40 NCAA top-ten times were posted.
The Gators’ women’s swimming and diving team will hit the pool on Friday, Oct. 18 at 10:30 a.m. for their SEC opening dual with the Missouri Tigers.
The Florida Gators swept the FAU Owls on Saturday, making both the Gator men and women 3-for-3 over their opening weekend of the season.
Florida senior Sherridon Dressel kept the ball rolling in her 2nd dual meet in as many days.
Her 100 back time yesterday came just three tenths from her mid-season, suited time from last season’s Georgia Tech Invitational.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the intensity and ferociousness of Day 5 at the 2019 US National Championships.
Tonight’s session features finals of the women’s 1500 freestyle, men’s and women’s 200 IM, men’s 800 freestyle, and men’s and women’s 50 freestyle.
Erika Brown and Ryan Held won the 50 free titles tonight and now rank #3 among Americans in the event. This was Brown’s first ever national title.
This morning the prelims of the men’s and women’s 200 IM and 50 free will be contested.
Teenage phenom Claire Tuggle headlines the women’s 200 free, but Worlds team member and Olympic Champion Allison Schmitt is also in the mix.
Arens dropped nearly four seconds in a day Thursday to go 2:25.80; Foster dropped over two seconds on the day to go 2:11.01.