Click this photo to read: Crenshaw Wins Second Swimmer-of-the-Year Award as Seven Moccasins Make All-SSC Women's Swimming Team

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Crenshaw Wins Second Swimmer-of-the-Year Award as Seven Moccasins Make All-SSC Women's Swimming Team

Led by SSC Swimmer-of-the-Year Alli Crenshaw, a league-high seven Moccasins were named to the 2014 All-Sunshine State Conference Women’s Swimming Team. Crenshaw is the first 2-time winner of the award, and the seven swimmers Florida Southern placed on the team equal the most the school has ever had.. Read the full story.

Click this photo to read: All-American Trio Leads Florida Southern to Another Top-10 Finish at NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships

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All-American Trio Leads Florida Southern to Another Top-10 Finish at NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships

GENEVA, OHIO – Sophomores Kelsey Gouge and Lauren Reynolds reached the finals in one more event for the Moccasins, and sophomore Alli Crenshaw added another All-American certificate to her name, as Florida Southern held on to seventh place on the last day of the 2014 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. It marked the Moccasins’ fourth straight top-10 finish at the National Finals.. Read the full story.

Click this photo to read: Record Performance by Relay Team Has Florida Southern Seventh at D-II National Finals

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Record Performance by Relay Team Has Florida Southern Seventh at D-II National Finals

GENEVA, OHIO – With sophomores Alli Crenshaw and Lauren Reynolds both reaching the finals in their respective events Friday night, and the 800-yard freestyle relay team placing fifth, the Florida Southern Moccasins were able to move up one more spot in the team standings and ended day three of the NCAA Division II National Swimming and Diving Championships in seventh place.. Read the full story.

Click this photo to read: Relay Teams Push Florida Southern Up One Spot on Day Two of NCAA Finals

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Relay Teams Push Florida Southern Up One Spot on Day Two of NCAA Finals

GENEVA, OHIO – On the second day of the NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships, five different Moccasins competed in two events each, and all five of them helped put points on the board as the relay teams made a big jump forward and moved Florida Southern up in the overall standings. That meant even without a swimmer in two events Thursday night, the Moccasins still ended the day in eighth place, one spot higher than where they started it.. Read the full story.

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