Nov. 20, 2005
On the final day of action at the Georgia Tech Invitational, Ellie Weberg picked up her second NCAA consideration time in as many days with a second place finish in the 200 breaststroke. The junior recorded a time of 2:17.31.
Both the women and men did well in the 200 breast. Halle Kiehlmier also advanced to her second final and finished sixth in 2:23.96.
In the 200 back, Jonathon Pinto placed eighth with a time of 1:56.19
Kennay Anderson placed eighth in the 100 free by touching the wall in 46.58 to pick up 12 points for the men.
Shawna Griffith completed the 200 fly in 2:06.74 to place fifth
No. 15 Florida State captured the men's meet with a final tally of 1,278, while Georgia Tech (833), Western Kentucky (711) and Florida Atlantic (565) followed.
The 16th ranked Seminoles finished first in the women's meet as well with a score of 1,076.50, while Georgia Tech finished second (572) followed by FAU (534.50), Rice (516), WKU (458), Miami (287), Gardner-Webb (284) and New Orleans (66).