Four Seminoles earned multiple honors at the end of the year award banquet.
The 2013-14 FSU women's swimming and diving season showed improvement under first year head coach Frank Bradley.
Seven members of the Florida State women's swimming team will swim at the NCAA Championships on March 20-22.
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.
Tiffany Oliver defends her title in the 50 free, the 200 free relay wins a stunning sliver, while Madison Jacobi, Katrina Young earn bronze.
200 free: 1:48.92
500 free: 4:48.10
200 fly: 2:03.15
2013-14: Had a breakthrough ACC Championships by scoring in all three of her individual races while taking away career best times in each race...placed 16th in the 500 free after swimming a career best of 4:48.10 in prelims...placed 22nd in the 200 free and 21st in the 200 fly...also attended the NCAA Championships as a relay alternate.
2012-2013: Swam to a fifth-place finish at the Georgia Tech Invite in the 500 free...finished 12th in the 200 free at the Georgia Tech Invite...finished 8th at the Georgia Tech Invite in the 200 fly...set her (then) personal-record in the 200 free, 500 free, and the 200 fly at the Georgia Tech Invite...swam the 1650 free, 500 free, and 200 free at the ACC Championships.
High School: Was crowned the AAA state champion in the 200 free her junior and season seasons...added the AAA Swim Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 while leading Hilton Head Island High School to the state title during her junior and senior years...was a member of the NCSA Junior National Team in 2010-2012 for GCAT and eared eighth place in the 800 free relay in 2011...qualified for the Senior Sectionals in 2008-2012 where she was a member of the silver medal winning 800 free relay team for GCAT in 2010.
Personal: Born June 17, 1994...daughter of William Cuda and Shannon Stone...graduated from Hilton Head Island High School in 2012 where she was on the honor roll and a member of the National Art Society...was involved in the interact club and was elected to the Homecoming Court in 2010 and 2011...sister Claire swam for Clemson during the 2005-2006 season...a 12-year member of the Georgia Coastal Aquatic Team where she was coached by Bill Forrester.