Jan. 24, 2013
BOCA RATON, Fla. - The Florida Atlantic University women's swimming and diving teams competed in a dual meet on Wednesday against FGCU in Fort Myers. Anett Kovacs and Shannon Potter were top finishers and the Owls took 15 top-five finishes throughout the day.
Kovacs hit the pad first in the 500 yard freestyle, finishing nearly four seconds before the second place finisher, with a time of 5:01.56. Potter took first in the 1 meter dive with a final score of 240.90, followed by Morgan Wankling in second (233.92).
Wankling also finished in second for the 3 meter dive with a score of 245.92. Agnes Bucz was a strong competitor at the meet, finishing in second place for both the 50 yard freestyle (24.77) and the 100 yard freestyle (53.11).
The remaining top-five finishers for the Owls are as follows:
- Abbey King, 1000 yard freestyle (4th, 10:39.48)
- Frida Nilsson, 200 yard freestyle (3rd, 1:54.69)
- Katie Dodge, 200 yard freestyle (5th, 1:56.67)
- Frida Nilsson, 100 yard butterfly (2nd, 57.80)
- Iwona Lefanowicz, 100 yard backstroke (3rd, 59.46)
- Rachel Crino, 100 yard backstroke (5th, 1:01.16)
- Michala Nowak, 500 yard freestyle (3rd, 5:13.60)
- Rachel Crino, Nadia Gargum, Kendra Prutton, Kelsea Yarnell, 200 yard medley relay (4th, 1:57.05)
- Stephanie Moeller, Jordan Richardson, Kelsey Hoffman, Carlee Jackson, 200 yard medley relay (5th, 2:01.12)
FAU fell to FGCU 146-92. FAU travels to FIU on Saturday, January 26 to compete against FIU and Indian River State College at 11 a.m. The Owls will honor its senior class before the meet.
Swimming & Diving Has Banner Day at Patriot...
Swimming & Diving Concludes Day One of Patriot ...
Women’s Swimming & Diving Claim Victory...
Ryan McIntire Named CCSA Diver of the Week
Reid and Brennock Honored as FAU Players of the...
Swimming & Diving Sees Success Against Princeton
Swimming & Diving Come Up Just Short at IRSC