Sitting in the chair backs of the south endzone at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is a weekly routine of mine (when classes are in session and there isn’t a global pandemic, that is). My time in The Swamp typically gives me whatever I need – whether it be time to study or time to self-reflect.
Seasons have been cut short. Pinnacles have been postponed. Gyms have been emptied. Pools have been splash-less.
From 1985-2003, with the guidance of Ann Marie Rogers, the University of Florida built a reputation as one of the nation’s premier athletic programs for female athletes.
With national postseason competition later this month, Florida’s men’s swimming team competed in the Bulldog Last Chance Invitational in Athens, Georgia, on Saturday and Sunday.
A first-place finish, a No. 2 spot in SportsCenter’s Top-10, a three-body-length lead and a 4:06.32 swim.
As the Florida Gators’ men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams get ready to compete in the SEC Championships at Auburn, Alabama, Tuesday, the coaches of both squads believe their teams’ success could be found in surprising places.