The nationally-ranked FSU swimming and diving teams finished the three-day invite in third place behind strong performances.
The nationally-ranked FSU swimming and diving teams continued to perform well on the second night of the Auburn Invite.
Florida State posts five second place finishes while holding second place as a team on day two.
Pavel Sankovich broke three records after posting a time of 45.86 in the 100 back en route to winning his third gold medal of the meet.
FSU grabs two golds on the final night of ACC's as senior Mateo De Angulo took one in the 1650 free before being named the ACC Swimmer of the Meet. The Seminoles finish fourth overall.
100 back: 49.05
100 free: 44.62
2012-2013: Placed 12th in the 100 fly with a time of 48.21 at the ACC Championships...earned a second swim in the 100 free and placed 22nd with a final time of 45.29...tied his career best in prelims at 44.62 in the 100 free at ACC's...also swam the 100 back at ACC's posting a 49.58...appeared in the wins over Georgia Tech, South Carolina and NC State this year for the Seminoles.
2011-2012: Placed ninth in the 100 fly at 47.68 at ACC's...also swam in the bonus heats of the 100 back touching with a 49.05 and the 100 free with a 44.62 at ACC's.
2010-11: Attended Presentation College.
Personal: Born January 2, 1992...son of Wendell and Shirla Lyons...also is a martial artist and gymnast...swam for the Petrotrin Barracudas where he was coached by his father...majoring in Computer Science.