Madison Jacobi sets new school record in the 500 free, while the men's 400 medley relay swims an NCAA `A' time and Katrina Young wins 1-meter diving.
The Florida State women's swimming and diving team captured a pair of wins over Tulane and West Florida on Friday.
Junior Kaitlyn Dressel highlighted the night with a win the 50 free with a final time of 22.93.
A total of eight swimmers will compete at the 2013 NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, In.
Senior Ariel Rittenhouse and junior Tiffany Oliver claim individual titles en route to new school records.
200 free: 1:50.06
100 free: 50.98
50 free: 23.37
2012-2013: Anchored the 200 free relay to a second place finish and a new FSU record at the ACC Championships with a final time of 1:29.76...split a 22.77 en route to the silver medal and NCAA Automatic Qualifying time in that race...earned second swims in the 200 free, 100 free, and 50 free at the ACC Championships...also set personal-bests in all three events at the ACC's.
2011-2012: Earned a second swim in her first ACC Championships in the 200 free after swimming a best time of 1:50.69 in prelims...also placed 21st in the 100 free with a final time of 51.64.
High School: Powell is a Senior National qualifier and has been labeled the third best prospect in North Carolina by collegeswimming.com...was the state champion in the 50 free and 100 back her sophomore season at the 4-A North Carolina State...accomplished All-State honors all four years while representing Lake Norman High School...was an All-American as a junior in the 50 free(23.89)...named a three-time Swimmer of the Year...is a member of with USA Swimming Gold Medal Club, Swim MAC, which is run by Head Coach David Marsh, who led Auburn to a total of 12 National Championships...she is personally coached by Chris Webb and holds the team record in the 200 back.
Personal: Born July 9, 1993...daughter of Jim and Linda Powell...graduated from Lake Norman High School in 2011 where she was a Scholastic All-American her sophomore and junior years...dad played baseball for Ole Miss...majoring in Hospitality Management.