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Gators’ swim teams in Top 10

The University of Florida swim teams have held their own this season. The men’s (5-1) are ranked at No. 9 in the country, while the women (6-0) are an undefeated behemoth, holding their dominance at the No. 1 spot. Men’s Team The Gators are facing off versus the No. 15 …

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Gators women’s swimming tops CSCAA poll

The latest College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) TYR Top 25 poll has the Florida Gator women’s swimming and diving team in first place for the first time since 2009-10.  The Gators started the season in ranked No. 10. Since then, they have defeated then-No. 18 Minnesota …

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Florida Swimming and Diving Teams Compete in the SEC Championship

The Florida men’s and women’s Swimming and Diving teams are competing in SEC Championship Tournament in Athens, Georgia. The UF men headed into the tournament ranked 6th and the Women are ranked 8th. Through Day Three The men’s team rounded out day three (Thursday) in first place with 636 points. …

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Florida Men’s S&D Team Closes its 2017-18 Season

The Florida Gators Men’s Swimming and Diving team concluded its 2017-18 season this past weekend in the NCAA Championships. Florida got on fifth place after earning 347 points in the team competitions. The first four places were for the Texas Longhorns (449), Cal Bears (437.5), Indiana Hoosiers (422) and NC …

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Around Gator Sports Weekend Preview

This weekend is packed with Florida Gator athletic events. Aside from Gator Football playing in the big rivalry game against the Georgia Bulldogs Saturday; there is also Gator Cross County, Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving, Volleyball and Baseball to be played. Gator Cross country Florida’s Men and Women’s Cross …

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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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