2017-18 Recap: FAU Swimming & Diving on the Rise
FAU finishes in fourth place at the CCSA tournament
The Owls wrapped up day three of the tournament with several lifetime best times
Six Place in Top 10 in Day Two of CCSA Championship
FAU men's swimming and diving team compete in the CCSA Championships
- Finished 13th in both the 50 free (20.96) and 100 fly (50.24) at the CCSA Championships posting new career bests
- Claimed first in the 100 IM with a personal best time of 57.03 and was part of the 100 medley relay team that took second (42.70) versus Denver
- Part of the 200 free relay (1:22.01) that won the event at George Mason’s Patriot Invitational and versus Indian River (1:23.72)
- Took second as a member of the 200 medley relay (1:31.88) at George Mason and fourth (1:34.56) in the event against Florida
- Broke his career best at the time with a third-place finish (46.96) in the “C” final at the Patriot Invitational
- Had the team’s first victory of the season in the 200 medley relay (1:34.97) against CCSA opponent Gardner-Webb
- 2016-17 Lifetime Best Times:
- 50 free – 20.96 at CCSA Championships
- 100 free – 46.73 at CCSA Championships
- 100 back – 53.50 at George Mason
- 100 fly – 50.24 at CCSA Championships
- 200 fly – 2:02.41 vs. Princeton
- Finished 24th in the 50 Fly (25.10) at the FIU Spring Invite – ranked 19th in the CCSA.
- A member of the 400 Free Relay team at the Georgia Tech Invitational finished with a time of 3:08.97 – ranked 6th in the CCSA.
- A member of the 200 Free Relay team that set a new freshman school record with a time of 1:24.64 at the CCSA Championships.
- Claimed 25th in the 50 back (26.95) at the FIU Sprint Invite – ranked 24th in the CCSA.
- Finished in first in the 100 Fly at the FAU FUN Invite (54.52).
- Swam second in the 100 Free at the FAU FUN Invite (49.64).
- Lifetime best Times:
- 50 Free (21.42) swam at the CCSA Championships
- 100 Free (47.56) swam at the CCSA Championships
- 500 Free (5:01.53) swam at the Alumni Meet
- 100 Fly (51.41) swam at the CCSA Championships
- Attended Bloomingdale SHS in Brandon, Fla and competed for Eva Applebee
- Was awarded the Sons of American Revolution Medal
- Majoring in mechanical engineering with a professional goal of competing in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo
- Son of Steve and Megan Kozak
- Hobbies include swimming and ROTC