The Florida State women's swimming and diving team led the ACC with eight selections.
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.
No. 22 ranked Florida State is one of three teams fighting for second place.
Senior Ariel Rittenhouse and junior Tiffany Oliver claim individual titles en route to new school records.
The nationally ranked Florida State swimming and diving teams defeated two ACC teams on Saturday in Raleigh, N.C.
At Maryland: Spent her freshman season as a member of the Maryland swimming and diving team...scored in three events for the Terrapins at ACC's...earned her ACC championship final berth in the 200 breast where she took eighth...placed ninth in the 100 breast and 16th in the 200 IM at ACC's.
High School: Swam for Scarborough high school where she was a four-time Maine High School State Champion in 2010...placed fifth at winter junior nationals in 2010 in the 100 breast while representing Coastal Maine Aquatics...was a senior and junior national qualifier...captained the Coastal Maine Aquatics for 2010 and 2011.
Personal: Born February 16, 1993...daughter of Andrew Flewelling and Sandra Fussell...graduated from Scarborough High School in 2011 where she was a scholastic All-American during the years of 2009-2011...was the Vice President of the National Honors Society...played varsity tennis her freshman and sophomore year...is a member of the Coastal Maine Aquatics where she is coached by Leanne Gravel...majoring in Biological Sciences.