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Q&A with SEC Swimmer of the Week Dan Wallace

[jwplayer config=”News-video” file=”wruf/Dan-Wallace-Q-and-A.mp4″ html5_file=http://fms01.jou.ufl.edu/wruf/Dan-Wallace-Q-and-A.mp4] WRUF’s Tori Petry caught up with SEC Swimmer of the Week Dan Wallace to talk to him about the honor and find out a little more about the Scottish-born athlete for this week’s Gator Spotlight. Wallace earned the honor after winning all of his individual events …

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Gator Swimmers Go To Ohio State Buckeye Invitational

The Florida swimming and diving team will head to Columbus, Ohio for the third annual Ohio State Invitational. The meet will run Friday, Nov. 30 through Sunday, Dec. 2 at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion. Competitors from as many as 13 universities will be will be represented at this year’s invite. Florida’s …

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University of Florida Swimming and Diving: Eyes on the Prize

The University of Florida men’s and women’s swimming and diving seasons are underway. Last season, both teams achieved success, the men’s team winning the SEC Championship and finishing sixth at the NCAA Tournament with the women’s team  finishing sixth in the NCAA’s as well. The Gators have high expectations for the 2013-14 season. …

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Florida swimming finds big results this weekend

The Florida Gator men and women’s swim teams both finished sixth in their respective championship meets. The Gator men’s team collected a national title, 38 All-American honors, and set four school records over the course of their three day meet. The Gators finished the meet with 285.5 points and scored …

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UF Assistant Swim Coach Gemma Spofforth Aims To Help Outside of the Pool

On the University of Florida swim team, it would be easy to say new assistant coach Gemma Spofforth is great for the job because of her impressive swimming resume – Former Gator, British Olympian, and world record holder. But Gemma says she doesn’t feel the need to be defined by …

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Bittersweet Weekend in Gators Sports

It was a bittersweet weekend in Gators sports with lots of highs…and lows…in the space of a few days. From a positive standpoint, the top ranked Gators gymnastics team won its eighth overall Southeastern Conference title, posting a 197.15 to claim their second conference championship in three years. The Florida men’s tennis …

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