Junior Tiffany Oliver placed 10th in the 50 free at the 2013 NCAA Championships.
The Florida State women's swimming and diving team is ready for its season finale at the 2013 NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Ind.
A total of eight swimmers will compete at the 2013 NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, In.
The No. 22 Florida State women's swimming and diving team set a total of eight school records, won three individual events and had five athletes garner All-ACC honors.
Senior Ariel Rittenhouse and junior Tiffany Oliver claim individual titles en route to new school records.
50 free: 23.49
100 free: 50.40
2011-2012- Swam her fastest times at the Bulldog Invitation, posting a 23.49 in the 50 free and a 51.13 in the 100 free...in addition to the sprint events, she competed in the 200 free at the All-Florida Invitational swimming a 1:55.17.
High School: Cook is listed as the 23rd best recruit in Florida...a freestyle specialist representing Sickles High School placed fourth in the 50 and 100 Free at the 2-A 2010 Florida High School State Meet...swam in the same Championship Finals in the 50 and 100 free as incoming teammates Kaitlyn Dressel and Grace Hoffman... holds three individual school records at Sickles High, 50 free (23.83), 100 Free (51.81), and 200 IM...a member of Tampa Bay Aquatics, a USA Swimming Bronze Medal Swim club, she is coached by Julia Lamb... a two-time Tampa Tribune Swimmer of the Year and a four-time All-County selection.
Personal: Born October 11, 1992...daughter of Brian and Karen Cook...has two sisters, Amanda and Megan...entire family swims including her parents...member of National Honors Society and was a Scholastic All-American while contributing to Student Government...majoring in Retail Merchandising and Product Development.