2019-20 Water Ski News

  • Dailland Voted NCWSA Male Athlete of the Year
    December 03, 2019
    LAKELAND, Fla. - Florida Southern College men's water skier Tanguy Dailland has been selected as the National Collegiate Water Ski Association (NCWSA) Male Athlete of the Year, it was announced on Monday. Dailland was one of five nominees for the award, which was selected via fan vote on the NCWSA's website.
  • Florida Southern Waterski Places Fourth at Syndicate Waterski 2019 NCWSA Nationals
    October 12, 2019
    RIO LINDA. CALIF. – The Syndicate Waterski 2019 NCWSA Division I Nationals took place from October 10-12, and the Florida Southern College teams finished fourth best in the country, scoring 10,790 total team points over the three-day event. The event was held at the Bell Acqua Water Ski Lakes.
  • Three Mocs Win Individual Titles as Water Ski Qualifies for Nationals
    September 29, 2019
    GREENWOOD, S.C. - Jamie Calhoun, Tanguy Daillaind, and Valentina Gonzalez continued their dominance on the water as Florida Southern College water ski finished second at the NCWSA Southern/Atlantic Coastal Region Championships to advance to next month's NCWSA National Championships
  • Mocs Fall to Rollins in Dual Meet
    September 09, 2019
    POLK CITY, Fla. - Florida Southern College water ski kicked of its 2019 season with a dual meet against Rollins on Saturday at Action Water Sports in Polk City. The Moccasins, who were shorthanded on the women's side, fell to the Tars by a final score of 955.0 - 695.0. The teams tied in the slalom (355 points), but Rollins came away with wins in the trick and jump competitions to win the event.
  • Gonzalez Wins Bronze at Pan Am Games
    August 01, 2019
    LIMA, Peru - Florida Southern College standout water skier Valentina Gonzalez continued her incredible summer by capturing a bronze medal at the 2019 Pan American Games on Monday in Lima
  • Gonzalez Wins U21 World Jump Championship
    July 10, 2019
    EDMONTON, Alberta - Florida Southern College waterski standout Valentina Gonzalez brought home a word championship last week when she finished first in the jump competition at the IWWF (International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation) World U21 Water Ski Championships.