The nationally-ranked FSU swimming and diving teams finished the three-day invite in third place behind strong performances.
The nationally-ranked FSU swimming and diving teams continued to perform well on the second night of the Auburn Invite.
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 FSU swimming and diving teams grabbed a pair of wins each in front of a fantastic home crowd on Friday night.
In its annual `Paint it Pink' meet, the Florida State women's swimming and diving picked up its third win on the season, moving to 3-1 on the year.
200 free: 1:48.
500 free: 4:41.86 FSU RECORD
1650 free: 16:21.32
200 back: 1:59.00
2012-2013: Qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 500 free...swam her best time in the 1650 free at the NCAA Championships at 16:21.32...Placed fourth in the 500 free at the 2013 ACC Championships where she dropped six-seconds in the race in order to set a new FSU school record...placed sixth in the 1650 free and took 16th in the 200 free at ACC's...was awarded the Rookie of the Year at team's awards banquet.
High School: Holds seven Harrison High School records...earned All-State first team honors as a senior...selected to the Cobb Country First Team as a junior and senior in addition to being voted as Cobb Country's Swimmer of the Year as a senior...was the team MVP all four years...is a 2012 Olympic Trial Qualifier in the 400, 800 free and 200 back events under the Marietta Marlins.
Personal: Born August 9, 1993...daughter of Craig and Lisa Jacobi...graduated from Harrison High School in 2012 where she was a four-year honor roll member...was the literature student of the year her freshman and senior year...a member of the National Honors Society and the Vice President of the French Honors Society...both parents swam for the University of Georgia...mother Lisa tied as SEC Champion in the 100 breast in 1986...swam for Marietta Marlins where she is coached Yit Aun Lim...plans to major in Psychology.