We Have A Fever & The Only Prescription Is...

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For swimming fans, August and September are agonizing. You are coming down from the high of watching ​Katie Ledecky​ and ​Caeleb Dressel​ dominate at the 2017 FINA World Championships​ in July and wondering when you are going to get a chance to watch the best of the best in action again.​

Two months later, the wait is ​finally ​over.

It's October -- or Rocktober. Your favorite NCAA swimmers are finally starting to creep out of the shadows for their first dual meets of the season.

Some may swim fast -- we're looking at you ​Joseph Schooling​ -- and some (most) will swim slow as they trudge through the heavy early-season workload.​

But regardless of the times on the board, we can all unite on one thing...


While you are looking for your college results fix, keep an eye out on the meets going on this weekend. Here are a few notable teams in action:

October 6-7
  • ​Georgia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (Friday)
  • Tennessee vs. UNC-Wilmington (Friday)
  • Michigan vs. Northern Iowa (Friday)
  • Georgia vs. North Carolina (Friday)
  • USC vs. CSU Bakersfield, Oregon State (Friday)
  • Notre Dame vs. Louisville (Saturday)
  • Florida State vs. Minnesota (Saturday)
Make sure you stay tuned to FloSwimming's RESULTS HEADQUARTERS every Monday morning for a full listing of college swimming results from over the weekend.

Friday Roundup | Top Teams Crushing In October

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Friday night was loaded with competition as 12 Top 10 (men & women) teams were in action. Check out the highlights, scores, and results below.

Schooling vs. Dressel | October Showdown In The Swamp


In the most anticipated meet of the weekend, Florida welcomes powerhouse squads Texas and Indiana for a two-day tri-meet in The Swamp.

(WATCH) This NC State Hype Video Will Give You Chills

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Nothing screams 'hyped' like some extremely dramatic music and slow-mo clips.

(WATCH) Caeleb Dressel & Co. Teach Us Proper Scooter Safety

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We've all been there. You click on a very clickable YouTube video -- probably something like "Top 10 Jim vs. Dwight Office Pranks" -- when all of a sudden an unassuming video on the "Up Next" playlist on the side catches your attention. So you watch that, too.

Welcome To The New FloSwimming

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Feast your eyes on the new FloSwimming.com

Cody Miller | Crazy Day Of An Olympic Swimmer

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Not only is ​Cody Miller​ an Olympic gold medalist, but he is also extraordinarily passionate about movies and the art of film-making.

Sarah Sjöström's Fears & Guilty Pleasures

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​South African swimmer ​Cameron van der Burgh​​ is a two-time Olympic medalist and former world-record holder in the 100m breaststroke. Along with co-founding the marketing agency Touch 58, he recently started a blog in which he gives an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at the life of elite professional swimmers -- both in and out of the pool. He covers topics from "6 Tips On How To Beat Jet Lag" to "Behind The Scenes Of The World Cup" -- where he has cleaned up in the sprint breaststrokes during the first two clusters.

Olympic Champ Roland Schoeman Teams Up With Scholarship Agency Athletes USA

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Founded in 2008, Athletes USA is comprised of former college athletes, coaches, and scouts working together to market and manage scholarships to some of the world's best-known universities. With its network of over 3,000-plus schools and 20,000 American college coaches, Athletes USA has helped deliver scholarships to athletes in over 54 countries -- and counting -- globally.

Complete NCAA Results Landing Page | 10/9 - 10/15

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Comprehensive NCAA Results -- October 9th - October 15th

Super Saturday | Comerford Shreds 47.00 100 Freestyle

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In a weekend that included three high-profile double duals, the women's-only SMU Classic stole the show.