Tiffany Oliver took gold in the 100 free while Katrina Young dominated platform with a new ACC meet record score while pulling the Noles to a third place finish.
The Florida State women's swimming and diving team sits in third place behind Virginia and North Carolina heading into the final day of the 2014 ACC Championships.
Sophomore Madison Jacboi won the 1650 free and junior Kaitlyn Dressel took first in the 100 free on the final night of the All-Florida Invitational.
Florida State posts five second place finishes while holding second place as a team on day two.
100 breast: 1:03.68
200 breast: 2:16.08
2013-14: Earned points in her first career ACC Championships by placing 21st in the 200 breast and 24th in the 100 breast with a career best times in both events...placed 13th in the 200 breast and 14th 100 breast at the Auburn Invite...was sixth in both breaststroke races against Florida.
High School: A three-time all-conference and conference champion in the 100 breast at 200 IM...a three-time regional champion in the 200 IM and 100 breast...holds the mid-regional record in the 100 breast...won the LC National Age Group Award for 16-year old girls in the 200 breast for placing sixth in 2012...was eighth in the 200 breast for 15-year olds in 2011.
Personal : Born Aug. 23, 1995...daughter of Paul and Debbie Neil...graduated from Ronald Regan in 2013 ranked 20th in her class...a USA Swimming Academic All-American...a member of National Honors Society, National Latin Honors Society, National Junior Classical League, Spanish and Latin Clubs...a Crosby Scholar...a member of Enfinity where she is coached by Tim Hillen...plans to major in Business.