Nguyen and Rojas Among 12 Moccasin Men Selected for NCAA Swimming ChampionshipsFebruary 26
Selections have been made for the 2014 NCAA Division II National Swimming and Diving Championships, and 18 Florida Southern Moccasins are on the list. Twelve men and six women will be representing Florida Southern in Geneva, Ohio, March 12-15, led by automatic qualifiers Thomas Nguyen and Luis Rojas for the men’s team, and Alli Crenshaw and Kelsey Gouge for the women.. Read the full story.
Champions Again: Florida Southern Secures Second Straight SSC Title With Big FinishFebruary 22
ORLANDO – With Florida Southern holding a 125-point lead going into the final day of the Sunshine State Conference Championships, Juan Tolosa and Thomas Nguyen made sure Nova Southeastern never got close enough to mount a serious threat. With that pair giving them two wins right out of the gate, the Moccasins wrapped up their second straight SSC title, while the Sharks fell to third behind Tampa. . Read the full story.
Five Finalists in 100-Backstroke Push Mocs to Commanding Lead at SSC Finals; Rowe Wins 100-BreaststrokeFebruary 21
ORLANDO – Through three of the six events held Friday night, Nova Southeastern put a serious dent in Florida Southern’s 58-point lead at the SSC Championships, but the Moccasins took back everything they lost and then some over the last three events. Getting a win from junior Spencer Rowe, and runner-up finishes from three others during that stretch, the Mocs more than doubled the margin they originally owned.. Read the full story.
First Place Belongs to Florida Southern as Garrastazu Sets New Record in 500-FreestyleFebruary 20
ORLANDO – Florida Southern took what it hopes is the next step to winning a second straight conference men’s swimming title when sophomore Raul Garrastazu led a run of Moccasin swimmers in the 500-yard freestyle, and later helped them to a second-place finish in the 400-yard medley relay. Those points were enough to give Florida Southern first place in the overall team standings halfway through the Sunshine State Conference Championships.. Read the full story.