Three more record fell on the final day of the competition bringing the total to eight on the weekend.
The Florida State swimming and diving teams were perfect on the weekend, taking four out of four wins.
Seminoles Finish Second The men's and women's swimming teams finished in second place this weekend at the All-Florida Invite.
Kaitlyn Dressel and Juan Sequera win the annual FSU Pentathlon
The Seminoles take second and third in the 400 IM tonight as they are just under 50 points away from the team leader Virginia.
100 back: 49.27
200 back: 1:46.58
2012-2013: Swam his career best times at the Last Chance Bulldog Invite...posted a two-second drop in the 200 back of 1:46.58 in finals while taking ninth place...posted his person best in prelims of the 100 back at 49.27 before taking seventh place with a 49.62...added depth to the Seminole medley relays all season...took fifth place in the 100 back with a time of 50.18 at the Georgia Tech Invite...added a fourth place later in the meet in the 200 back with a final time of 1:48.93.
2011-2012: Earned a second swim in the 100 back at ACC's while finishing in 24th with a final time of 50. 73 after going his best time in prelims at a 50.13...went his best time in the 200 back at the Georgia Tech invite en route to a 15th place finish in the event...also touched in 14th in the 100 back at the Georgia Tech invite at a 51.20.
High School: Brogden is a Senior National qualifier in both the 100 and 200 back and is ranked the seventh best recruit out of North Carolina by collegeswimming.com...was a three-time All-American representing Western Guilford High School where he owns all of their swimming school records... represents STAR Aquatics under the guidance of Coach Jay Dodson where he holds most of the their records.
Personal: Born April 23, 1993...son of Lee and Mary Brogden...graduated from Western Guilford High School in 2011 on the honor roll...was a part of National Honors Society as well as a three-time Academic All-American...majoring in Business-Accounting.