MELBOURNE, FL – Florida Southern seniors Katie Moore and Haley DeGrace have been named to the All-Sunshine State Conference Women’s Swimming Team in voting conducted by league coaches. Moore is a member of the team for the second year in a row, and DeGrace is on the team for the first time.
INDIANAPOLIS – Florida Southern has had three members of its women’s swimming team selected to compete in the NCAA Division II National Championships, March 13-16 in Indianapolis at the IU Natatorium, and head coach Andy Robins is also bringing three additional swimmers to compete in relay events only. Returning to the national finals are seniors Haley DeGrace and Katie Moore, and joining them is junior Malin Wallen who has qualified in her first year with the Moccasins as a junior college transfer.
DeGrace Wins 200-Breaststroke to Help Florida Southern Secure Third at 2019 SSC Women’s Swimming Championships
CLEARWATER, FLA. – Haley DeGrace set a school record in the 200-breaststroke to give Florida Southern its second gold medal of the meet before the top 400-freestyle relay team added a bronze to secure an overall third-place finish for the Moccasins at the 2019 Sunshine State Conference Women’s Swimming Championships.
CLEARWATER, FLA. – With the aid of a bronze medal finish in the 800-freestyle relay at the end of the night, and a silver medal from Katie Moore at the beginning, the Florida Southern women’s swimming team climbed into third place at the 2019 SSC Women’s Swimming Championships with one day remaining.
Moore Ousts Defending Champ in 200-Freestyle to Give Women’s Swimming Team First Gold Medal of 2019 SSC Championships
CLEARWATER, FLA. – Florida Southern’s Katie Moore and Nova Southeastern’s Emma Sundstedt went head-to-head in another tight SSC Championship race Friday night, and this time Moore flipped the results in her favor. The Moccasin senior held off the SSC’s defending champion down the stretch to win the 200-freestyle and give the Moccasin women's team their first gold medal of the meet. Florida Southern is now in fifth place in the overall standings halfway through the meet.
Moore Picks up Silver Medal in 1,000-Freestyle as Moccasins End Day One of SSC Women’s Swimming Championships Tied for Fourth Overall
CLEARWATER, FLA. – Senior Katie Moore had Florida Southern’s top finish Thursday night on the first day of the 2019 Sunshine State Conference Women’s Swimming Championships with a silver medal in the 1,000-freestyle, and three Moccasins scored in the 50-freestyle to help them end day one tied for fourth place overall.
The 2018-19 college swimming season has entered its final stages as the Sunshine State Conference Championships begin this Thursday in Clearwater where seven women’s and six men’s teams will be competing at the Long Center for league titles and individual placements at the NCAA Championships in March.
INDIANAPOLIS - Florida Southern College women's swimmer Mallary Meyer has been chosen as one of a select number of student-athletes to attend the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum in Orlando in April. The NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum engages a diverse and dynamic representation of student-athletes, coaches, faculty, and administrators.
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - The Florida Southern swimming teams have been recognized by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) in its annual list of Scholar All-America Teams. Announced on Tuesday (Jan. 22), the Moccasin men ranked 10th in the country at the Division II level with a 3.36 grade point average for the fall semester, and the women were tied for 12th with a 3.57. To be selected as a Scholar All-America Team, programs must achieve a GPA of 3.00 or higher for the semester being awarded.
MELBOURNE, FL – Florida Southern’s Katie Moore has been selected as the January 21 Sunshine State Conference Women’s Swimmer of the Week for her performance in the Moccasins’ final dual meet of the regular season against Indian River State. The senior from Phoenix, Arizona is winning the award for the first time in her career after transferring to Florida Southern prior to last season, and she’s the first Moccasin women’s swimmer to claim that award this season.