Isabel Ivey Announces She Will Transfer to Florida

Photo Courtesy: Isabel Ivey via Instagram

Isabel Ivey has decided to take her extra year of NCAA eligibility and is headed back to her home state.

The former Cal All-American announced on Sunday that she will be pursuing a masters degree at the University of Florida and will swim for the Gators.

She made the announcement on Instagram:

time to come home 🤍🤍 Incredibly honored to finally share that I’ll be continuing my athletic and academic career at the University of Florida, where I’ll obtain a master’s degree from the Warrington College of Business.  I’m beyond thankful for my family and friends, coaches, and teammates, who have all helped me ultimately make the best decision for myself during this process. Especially grateful to the coaches at UF for giving me this incredible opportunity, and I cannot wait to join Gator Nation. GO GATORS.”



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Isabel Ivey finished as NCAA runner-up in the 200 freestyle (1:41.59)  in March. She was also third in the 200 IM (PR 1:53.02) and 13th in the 100 free (47.71). She was also a member of four relays – 800 free relay (3rd), 200 free relay (11th), 400 medley relay (12th) and 400 free relay (11th).

At the Pac-12 Championships, she won title in the 200 free at the 2022 Championships in 1:42.29, while also taking second in the 200 IM (1:53.54) and third in the 100 free (47.53). In addition, was a part of four relays that all placed among the top three – 800 free relay (2nd), 200 free relay (2nd), 400 medley relay (3rd) and 400 free relay (3rd)

After four years in Berkeley, she ranked among Cal’s all-time leaders in five events – 100 free (3rd, 46.95), 200 free (2nd, 1:41.35), 100 back (6th, 50.42), 100 fly (6th, 50.68) and 200 IM (5th, 1:52.02). Also a member of two school-record relays – 400 free relay and 800 free relay

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