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Caeleb Dressel posts fastest 100-(yard) free time in history, wins national titles: Dressel, the Co-2016 NCAA Swimmer of the Year, claimed two national titles and seven All-American honors for the second year in a row. Dressel claimed his second titles in the 50-Yard Freestyle and 100-Yard Freestyle events with NCAA and American records in both. His 40.46 100-Yard Freestyle time is the fastest time in that event in recorded history. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators; Ian Cohen, Independent Florida Alligator)
Here's the finish, Gator Nation! Caeleb's 40.46 100-Yard Freestyle -- the fastest in history! #Gators #NCAASwimDive pic.twitter.com/ZfTaTBT7Ws— Gator Swimming (@GatorsSwimDv) March 26, 2016
UF men's swimming and diving team finishes 3rd at NCAA Championships: Florida won two national titles, set eight school records, and received 37 All-American honors in its third place finish at the 2016 NCAA Championships. (Benjamin Schmitz, Florida Gators)
Kentucky takes series over No. 1 Florida baseball: The Gators snapped their 17-game win streak as the Wildcats won the final two games of their three-game series with Florida this weekend. (John Hines, Florida Gators; Patrick Pinak, Independent Florida Alligator)
Gators' softball sweeps LSU: The No. 1 Florida softball team swept their series with LSU for the first time since 2010. The Gators are now 33-1, which is their best start in school history. (Will Pantages, Florida Gators; Gainesville Sun)
Mike White's first season had some positives, room for improvement: Some of the bright spots this season included freshman KeVaughn Allen, whose 418 points trailed only Bradley Beal, Nick Calathes, and Kenny Boynton for most points scored by a Florida freshman in the past 20 years. John Egbunu and Kasey Hill's late season improvement could also be built upon next year. Of course the Gators will also have to replace Dorian Finney-Smith and need to work on their shooting issues. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun; Alex Maminakis, Independent Florida Alligator)
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