Sherrard and Swan Earn Top Individual Awards as Mocs Place Eight on All-SSC Men's Swimming TeamMarch 27
For the third year in a row, Florida Southern’s Duncan Sherrard has been voted as the Sunshine State Conference Men’s Swimming Coach-of-the-Year, while senior Robbie Swan was voted the SSC co-Swimmer-of-the-Year. It’s Sherrard’s fifth coaching award overall since his arrival at Florida Southern in 2009, and a league-record eight of his swimmers were on the 2014 All-SSC Men’s Swimming Team. One of those was Swan, who shared the Swimmer-of-the-Year award with Saint Leo’s Matheus Assis.. Read the full story.
Swan Song: Senior Pushes FSC to National Runner-Up With Fantastic FinishMarch 15
GENEVA, OHIO – For Florida Southern to finish as the national runner-up two years in a row, the Moccasins needed a clutch performance from senior Robbie Swan on the final leg of the final relay in the final event of the 4-day NCAA Championships. Consider it a Swan song. One of the Mocs’ most decorated student-athletes in recent years pushed past two other swimmers at the end of the of the 400-yard freestyle relay to give FSC a 2½-point margin over Wayne State (MI) for another runner-up finish at the National Finals.. Read the full story.
Lupoli's School Record and Backstroke Swimmers Help FSC Regain Second at NCAA Swimming FinalsMarch 14
GENEVA, OHIO – With swimmers reaching the finals of all four individual events, freshman Franco Lupoli setting a school record, and the 800-yard freestyle relay team finishing seventh, Florida Southern re-claimed second place at the NCAA Division II National Swimming and Diving Championships with one day remaining. The Moccasins still trail Drury (MO), and are just 2½ points ahead of third-place Wayne State (MI).. Read the full story.
Gutierrez, Lima and Rojas Step Up for Mocs on Day Two of NCAA FinalsMarch 13
GENEVA, OHIO – After dropping to third place on two different occasions Thursday, the Florida Southern Moccasins moved back into second once, but weren’t quite able to make up the difference the second time it happened. Even so, on a day where the Mocs had no qualifiers in two of the six events held, they still reached the halfway point of the NCAA Division II National Swimming and Diving Championships only 17 points out of second after three individuals and one relay team reached the finals on day two.. Read the full story.