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Florida Replaces Legendary Swimming Coach Gregg Troy with In-House Assistants

After spending the last 20 years at the helm of the Florida Gators’ swimming and diving program, Gregg Troy announced on Wednesday that he would be retiring from collegiate swimming. But the Gators’ coaching change will not signal a drastic change in culture. Instead, the Gators have decided to promote …

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Gators Men’s Swimming & Diving Finish Third Nationally

Four national titles aided the Florida Gators men’s swimming and diving team to an overall third at the NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana. The events took place this past weekend in the IU Natatorium. Florida, led by Gregg Troy, scored 294.5 points over the four-day meet, which matches their best team finish under …

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SWIMMING HOSTS GEORGIA THIS FRIDAY

The Florida Gator swim teams will compete later this week against Georgia after most recently facing Texas and Indiana. The UF men’s team lost against Texas 162 to 100 but defeated Indiana 140 to 122. The Florida men’s first win of the competition was in the 100 backstroke by Jack Blyzinskyj. Caleb Dressel was a huge asset …

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Swimming Travels To Take On Texas and Indiana

The Florida swim teams will next face Texas and Indiana after swimming most recently against Minnesota. The men’s swim team defeated Minnesota 174.50 to 125.50. Sophomore Caleb Dressel earned a B qualifying time in the 100 back, finishing only behind Jack Blyzinskyj. “On the men’s side, the men’s meet was pretty …

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Men’s Swimming Success At NCAA Championships

The men’s NCAA swim championships came to a close this past weekend. The Gator men finished fifth overall as a team. Since head coach Gregg Troy has been with the men’s team, they have placed in the top 10 at the NCAA Championships. There were a couple of school records …

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Top Ten Gator Swimmers To Take On Tigers

Florida swimming travels to Auburn to take on the Tigers on Saturday as the dual meet season comes to a close. The last time the two teams met, both the men and the women left with a win. Both teams have the upper hand overall, leading the all time series against the Tigers. The …

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