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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 Gear Up for Eighth Annual All-Florida Invitational

Florida’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams open their season Friday with the eighth annual All-Florida Invitational returning to Gainesville. Last year, the All-Florida Invitational was held in Fort Lauderdale due to renovations being done on the Stephen C. O’Connell Center. However, that didn’t stop the Gators from taking …

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Florida Men’s Swim Team Collects Their Fifth SEC Championship Title.

UF’s men’s swimming & diving team celebrated their fifth consecutive title at the SEC Championship Saturday night.The Gators ended the night scoring 1,271.5 points over the five-day meet. The Gators have won 38 men’s conference title in program history. https://twitter.com/GatorsSwimDv/status/833195143717089280 Head Coach, Gregg Troy, says it was a total team …

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Florida Swim and Dive Prepares for Next Invitational

The Florida Swimming and Diving teams will be heading to Atlanta this weekend for their first invitational in 10 weeks. This weekend will be one where Head Coach Gregg Troy puts heavy emphasis on his evaluations. In the latest CSCAA/TYR top-25 swimming and diving poll, the men’s team has dropped one spot …

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Gator Swimming & Diving Teams Look to become Seven-Time All-Florida Champions

In what will be their first meet of the season, the Florida Gator men’s and women’s Swimming & Diving teams are heading down to Fort Lauderdale for the All-Florida Invitational this weekend. Both teams will find themselves facing off against some familiar cross-state schools as far as geography is concerned. …

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Head Coach Gregg Troy Pleased with Gators Swimming Into Olympics

As of last week, the Olympic trials are over for swimming. Up next, the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. It all started in Omaha, Nebraska where swimmers competed for a spot on their country’s Olympic team. After getting their feet wet in Olympic waters, thirteen different athletes will have …

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Florida Swimming Falls to Georgia

Both the men’s and women’s swim teams fell to Georgia on Friday. The men lost 172.5 to 127.5 while the women lost 169 to 129. While the outcome wasn’t something that head coach Gregg Troy wanted, there were still some positives that came out of the meet. Troy explained that both Natalie Hinds …

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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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