MARTYN Wilby, Anthony Nesty and Matt Tallman have been named Assistant Coach-of-the-Year by CollegeSwimming.com. Tallman, of Notre Dame was named the top Rising Assistant Coach of the year while Florida's Wilby and Nesty were recognized in the Lifet
Nomination from Head Coach Gregg TroyBoth Marty Wilby and Anthony Nesty have been integral parts of both the Men's and Women's programs here at Florida. They have a tremendous work ethic and a fine understanding of the sport. They bot
Adding to his list of accomplishments this year, senior Cameron Martin (Clearwater, Fla.) was selected as a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipient for the winter sports season during the 2012-13 academic year.
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Weston, MA USA
Great team spirit, fine coaches, and a good match for my style of swimming and training. I wanted to join a team that was going to really stretch me to be the fastest I can possibly be.
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By Chris HarrellWe’re less than 24 hours away from the start of another highly anticipated NCAA Championship meet. With the individual predictions put to bed, it’s time to see how the
Ohio StateLibertyThe Liberty swimming team sent seven student-athletes to the Ohio State Last Chance Meet on Sunday. Among Liberty’s competitors, Jess Reinhardt improved her
The University of Florida swimming and diving teams competed in the first night of the Bulldog Last Chance Meet Saturday as they sent 26 swimmers who were looking to qualify for the NCAA Championships. Sophomore Molly Dubrasky (Estero, Fla.)
There was a shake-up in this week's Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com Top 25 courtesy the Southeastern Conference Championships. The University of Georgia women and University of Florida men topped the weekly rankings following their SEC titles in C
The annual rite that is the Academic All-American All-Academic Team has been release by the College Swim Coaches Association of America. Four hundred and fifty seven teams, representing 318 different institions were recognized fo
For video interviews of SEC champions from Day 5, please visit the CollegeSwimming.com Youtube channel at: http://www.youtube.com/collegeswimming.
@ College Station
Men's 1,650-Yard FreestyleGeorgia freshman Ediz Yildirimer (15:08.10) easily wins the third heat over South Carolina freshman Marwan El Kamash (15:19.58)Women's 1,650-Yard FreestyleAlabama sophomore Emily Facchine (17:04.55) e
Men's 100-Yard FreestyleWill begin soon
Men's 200-Yard ButterflyKentucky's Maclin Simpson (1:46.78) took control on the final 50 in lave seven to grab the win over Alabama's John Ellis (1:47.26) in lane one.
Men's 200-Yard Butterfly
Men's 400-Yard Individual MedleyFlorida freshman Ryan Rosenbaum (3:48.78 wins the 'C' final, tracking down South Carolina's Matt Navata (3:49.47), Texas A&M's Hayden Duplechain (3:49.55) and Auburn's Chris Kramer on the final 25 yards.
Men's 400-Yard IM
Men's 500-Yard Freestyle
For video interviews of all of the SEC champions from Day 1, please visit the CollegeSwimming.com Youtube channel at: http://www.youtube.com/collegeswimming.
SEC Swimming & Diving Championships – Day 1Men’s One-Meter
For the third-straight week the University of Florida women and University of Michigan men's swimming teams lead the Endless Pools / CollegeSwimming.com Top 25. The Gators will begin their quest for a SEC title tomorrow in College Station, Tex
A talent rich field of swimmers and divers will gather in College Station for the 2013 SEC Women's Swimming and Diving Championships, and expect the excitement to be at a fever pitch from day one. With a new five-day format, ...
By KramerBulldogs and Gators and Tigers (and Tigers and Tigers), oh my. The Southeastern Conference Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship brings old faces to new places as Texas A&M University plays host to its first SEC meet.
With much of the nation's top collegiate swimming teams idle there was little change atop the Endless Pools / CollegeSwimming.com rankings. For the second straight week the University of Florida women and University of Texas men's teams topped the
Marquee matchups last weekend led to a shakeup of the latest Endless Pools / CollegeSwimming.com Top 25. The University of Florida jumped to the top of the women's following its 167-133 win over the University of Tennessee. At the same ...
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The Florida Gators’ swimming and diving teams closed out their dual meet season with victories against SEC rival Tennessee on Friday’s Senior Night. Sending off their seniors in style, the 7th ranked women upset the 4th ranked Vols by winning ...
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic AssociationMen's Athlete - Andrew Larson, HopeWomen's Athlete - Libby Westrate, Hope
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The Auburn women’s swimming and diving team finished off an undefeated season Saturday with a win over SEC rival Florida, and the Tiger men fell short to the Gators in their quest for an unbeaten campaign at the James E. ...
America East ConferenceMen's Swimmer - Pierre De Waal, UMBCMen's Diver - Andrew Eckhoff, UMBCWomen's Swimmer - Jennifer Roberts, New HampshireWomen's Diver - Kara Capossela, MaineAppalachian Swimming ConferenceMen's Swimmer - E
The University of Florida swimming and diving teams successfully continued their season on Saturday afternoon with a dominant win on both the men and women’s side. Sweeping multiple events, and with a school record nearly going down, the No. 7th ...
The University of Florida men’s swimming and diving team completed the SMU Classic Saturday, taking third with 318 points. They finished behind Southern California who was first with 330 points and Michigan was second with 327 points. Flor
SMU men's swimmer David Larsson earned runner-up honors in the 100-yard butterfly, posting a time of 47.85, during day one of competition in The Classic @ SMU at Perkins Natatorium. Top-ranked Michigan leads the highly-competitive Classic wit
America East ConferenceMen's Swimmer - Brian McKenna, BinghamtonMen's Diver - Devin Zdanowski, BinghamtonWomen's Swimmer - Ila Feierabend, VermontWomen's Diver - Kara Capossela, MaineAppalachian Swimming ConferenceMen's Swimmer
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In the best competition field to date at the OSU Invitational, the No. 10 Ohio State men’s swimming and diving team posted its fourth-consecutive championship with 1,306 points, claiming the title by a 300-point margin of victory. Fifth-ranked Florida
Melanie Margalis and Allison Schmitt each qualified for the NCAA Championships to highlight Georgia's showing in the UGA Fall Invitational on Saturday at Gabrielsen Natatorium. Margalis posted a time of 4:05.26 in the 400-yard individual m