The nationally ranked Florida State swimming and diving teams defeated two ACC teams on Saturday in Raleigh, N.C.
Three more record fell on the final day of the competition bringing the total to eight on the weekend.
The Florida State swimming and diving teams were perfect on the weekend, taking four out of four wins.
Seminoles Finish Second The men's and women's swimming teams finished in second place this weekend at the All-Florida Invite.
Kaitlyn Dressel and Juan Sequera win the annual FSU Pentathlon
100 breast: 54.96
200 breast: 2:02.60
2012-2013: Placed 14th at the ACC Championships in the 100 breast with a final time of 55.19...also swam the 200 breast at the ACC's...was a valuable asset to the medley relays throughout the season...took fourth in the 100 breast at the Georgia Tech Invite with a time of 55.68 and also placed fifth in the 200 breast with a time of 2:02.87.
Indian River State College: Joins Florida State as a junior after spending two season at Indian River State College...was an NJCAA All-American his sophomore year for the 100 breast...swam the breaststroke leg in the NCJAA 200 medley relay that set the National Record...also contributed to two NCJAA National Championships.
Personal: Born October 17, 1991...son of Elizabeth and John Muckler...is a member of Swim Orlando YMCA...majoring in Sport Management.