LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College held its annual Athletic Academic Awards Banquet on Monday evening as it recognized its top student-athletes in an event held at Streamline Sale Arena at Jenkins Field House. More than 500 student-athletes, coaches, staff, and invited guests were in attendance.
LAKELAND, FL – Florida Southern College President Dr. Anne B. Kerr has announced the appointment of Drew Howard as the Moccasins’ new Director of Athletics & Dean of Wellness. The announcement was made on Monday during a press conference at Streamline Sale Arena at Jenkins Field House.
DeGrace Picks up All-American Award in 200-Breaststroke as Women’s Swimming Wraps up NCAA Division II National Finals
INDIANAPOLIS – In the final race of her college career, senior Haley DeGrace became just the third Florida Southern women’s swimmer to earn an All-American award in a breaststroke event as the Moccasins wrapped up the 2019 NCAA Division II National Swimming & Diving Championships.
800-Freestyle Relay Team Earns All-America Honors for FSC Women’s Swimming Team at Division II National Finals
INDIANAPOLIS – Three more members of the Florida Southern women’s swimming team added their names to the list of All-Americans this year as the Moccasins’ 800-freestyle relay team finished 11th on day three of the NCAA Division II Swimming & Diving Championships. It marked the ninth year in a row the Moccasins earned All-American honors in that event.
Day Two of NCAA Division II Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships Sees Moore Reach Consolation Finals of 200-Freestyle
INDIANAPOLIS – On the second day of the NCAA Division II Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships, senior Katie Moore gave Florida Southern its first points of the meet by reaching the consolation finals of the 200-freestyle, picking up the second All-American award of her career.
Moccasins Open 2019 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships with Moore Swimming 1,000-Freestyle
INDIANAPOLIS – The Florida Southern women’s swimming team opened the 2019 NCAA Division II Championships with just one competitor in one event Wednesday, with Katie Moore taking part in the 1,000-freestyle. The senior finished 18th out of 36 swimmers in the first of her four individual events at the championship meet.
INDIANAPOLIS - The NCAA Division II National Swimming and Diving Championships begin on Wednesday at the IUPUI Natatorium where Florida Southern will be represented by 16 of its best swimmers under first-year head coach Andy Robins. Ten men and six women are on the roster for the trip to Indianapolis, which is hosting the championships for the third time in the last five years, as the Moccasins look to add to their list of impressive accomplishments over the last 10 years. During that time the Mocs have brought home 15 gold medals between the men and women, with at least one individual or relay national champion in seven of the last nine years.
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.