Dan Ross Quotes

Dan Ross


“To watch fear and apathy turn to enthusiasm is very exciting.”

Dan Ross


“It was an outstanding performance, but would like to see him get in done in the morning.”

Dan Ross


“We would like to see that progress continue to develop. And see some more of those type performances.”

Dan Ross


“I was somewhat concerned that we wouldn't race as well as we have been, because it's Michigan. But after we won that first relay, we started to believe that we could maybe win this meet.”

Dan Ross


“Twenty four spots have been decided.”

Dan Ross


“They did a great job of rooting for each other and cheering each other on. They were a lot more vocal than the other team.”

Dan Ross


“We certainly swam a lot better today than yesterday. I'm excited for our relay. One of our goals was to see everyone score and earn honorable mention All-America status, and it looks like we'll get that accomplished.”

Dan Ross


“We were OK this afternoon. We did everything we were supposed to except get one guy into the top eight of the 200 fly.”

Dan Ross


“We don't have a ton of second swims to show for, but our guys really worked their tails off. If we can keep getting these types of performances, we could get as high as fourth or maybe even third.”

Dan Ross


“We saw the drops in time and we swam well.”

Dan Ross


“They didn't drop the rope in time to signal the false start and he swam the whole 50.”

Dan Ross


“All we're trying to do is keep getting faster. We want to continue to post times that are better than what we had at the Purdue Invitational in the fall. We want to post our best relay times of the season, and have set up individual goals for everyone to reach.”

Dan Ross


“(Michigan) has had one of the best programs around. We've had some competitive meets with them. A couple times we swam better, but their diving beat us.”

Dan Ross


“I'm bitterly disappointed, but we can't do anything about the past. All we can do is make sure we're ready for tomorrow.”

Dan Ross


“He's saying a lot of what people want to hear.”

Dan Ross