The North Florida swim team (1-3 overall, 0-3 conf) faced off against three teams including two opponents that were postponed earlier in the season. The Ospreys lost to UNC Asheville and Gardner Webb University but knotted their first win of the season against Florida Atlantic by a score of 153-109. […]
Following the closure of the campus aquatic center, one question has remained on the minds of some students: How has our swim team been staying afloat? Even without a swimming facility on campus, women’s swimming has been successful in recruiting athletes to a Division 1 team. Kaley Creighton, a 2016 recruit, said […]
It’s 5:30 a.m. and Amy Taylor is off to the pool, where she swims for two hours. Lap after lap, minute after minute.
Three women’s teams competed over the weekend to mixed results.
Check out results in volleyball, women’s swimming and women’s soccer.
UNF plans to turn building 26, formerly the Aquatic Center, into a recreational facility with hardwood floors, HVAC, offices and classrooms, begging the question: where’s the pool?
UNF has signed new players in swimming, softball, men’s golf, baseball and women’s soccer.
UNF plans to build a new olympic-sized pool just north of the Student Wellness Complex. According to a press release from UNF, the university will continue to use the current Aquatic Center until after the 2013-14 women’s swimming and diving season, which ends March 1, 2014. The press release said […]
For Sara Evans and senior Katie England, this meet was the beginning of the end of an era. England has been swimming competitively for 15 years and Evans for 17 years — having committed to this way of life not long after retiring from diapers.