The nationally-ranked FSU swimming and diving teams finished the three-day invite in third place behind strong performances.
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.
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 added four wins today.
100 Fly: 48.89
200 Fly: 1:47.94
2012-2013: Swam a career best time in the 200 fly at the Bulldog Invite at 1:47.94 in prelims before taking fourth at finals ...touched in sixth with another career best in the 100 fly at 48.89...placed fourth in the 200 fly at the Georgia Tech Invite by posting a time of 1:50.28...swam in the B finals of the 100 fly and 500 free...was given the Academic Award at the end of the year awards banquet.
High School: Placed third at the state meet in the 100 fly in 2011 while representing Oviedo High School as a captain...was voted as the team MVP three out of his four seasons...earned Water Polo Player of the Year in Seminole County in 2011... garnered All-America honorable mention and a first team All-Central Florida accolades during his junior year in water polo...is a junior national qualifier in the 100 and 200 fly while swimming for Blue Dolphins Aquatics.
Personal: Born September 27, 1993...son of Don and Sue Hensley...first name is Thaxter but goes by Cole...graduated from Oviedo High School where he was listed in the top 24 of his class...was a member of the National Honors Society, honor roll, Science Honors Society and was a scholastic All-American...was involved with the Italian club...mother Sue swam for Florida State...also played water polo...is a member of the Blue Dolphins Aquatics where he is coached by Charlie Rose...plans to major in Physics.