The nationally-ranked FSU swimming and diving teams continued to perform well on the second night of the Auburn Invite.
The Florida State women's swimming and diving team captured a pair of wins over Tulane and West Florida on Friday.
Florida State posts five second place finishes while holding second place as a team on day two.
Junior Kaitlyn Dressel highlighted the night with a win the 50 free with a final time of 22.93.
The Florida State women's swimming and diving team led the ACC with eight selections.
100 back: 53.47 FSU RECORD
100 fly: 54.86
2012-2013 : Placed fourth in her first ACC Championship final in the 100 back en route to setting a new school record of 53.47...added a 15th place finish in the 100 fly at the ACC Championships after swimming her career best time of 54.86...earned a second swim in the 200 back by placing 19th with a mark of 2:02.58 at ACC's.
High School: Was selected as the 2012 Rhode Island High School Swimmer of the Year...earned All-State accolades eight times and MVP honors during all four years while swimming for Narragansett High School...is a six-time state champion in five different events...holds the state record in the 50 free and was an All-American selection in the 100 free...was the New England Senior Champion for women...participated in the summer nationals while representing Bluefish Swim Club in the 100 back.
Personal: Born November 3, 1994...daughter of Gianni and Judith Spinazzola...graduated from Narragansett High School in 2012 after being on the honor roll all four years...brother Luca swims for the University of Southern California while her twin sister swims for the University of Rhode Island...older sister Chiara swam at Cornell...is a surfer... a current member of the Bluefish Swim Club...plans to major in Interior Design.