The nationally-ranked FSU swimming and diving teams finished the three-day invite in third place behind strong performances.
The FSU swimming and diving teams grabbed a pair of wins each in front of a fantastic home crowd on Friday night.
The Florida State women's swimming and diving team captured a pair of wins over Tulane and West Florida on Friday.
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.
Three more record fell on the final day of the competition bringing the total to eight on the weekend.
500 free: 4:54.16
1000 free: 9:54.31
1650 free: 16:42.41
2012-2013: Took fourth in the 1650 free with a season best of 16:52.19 at the at the Georgia Tech Invite...also placed sixth in the 500 free with a season best time of 4:55.30...took seventh in the 500 free at the Bulldog Invite and fifth in the 1650.
High School: Qualified for the 2012 Olympic Trials in the 800 free while representing the North Baltimore Aquatic Club...placed seventh in the 1500 free and was a member of the fourth place finishing 4x200 free relay at the 2010 Summer Junior Nationals...was the champion of both the 1000 and 500 free at the 2012 Maryland State Championships.
Personal: Born June 24, 1994...daughter of Roger and Barbara Hine...graduated from Commonwealth Connections Academy where she was on the Distinguished Honor Roll for all four years...member of the National Honors Society and was a Scholastic All-American...volunteered at an elementary school where she help students with their work and taught basic sign language to third graders...has two younger brothers that are also swimmers...a 12-year swimmer that is a member of NBAC where she is coached by Erik Posegay under FSU alumni Bob Bowman...majoring in Special Education.