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.
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.
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.
100 breast: 1:04.48
200 breast: 2:18.88
2012-2013: Swam her career best time in the 100 breast at the Georgia Tech Invite at 1:04.48 en route to a ninth place finish...took eighth in the 200 breast with 2:21.09 after going her season best in the prelims at 2:20.41...earned a second swim in the 200 IM finishing with a 2:07.97...competed in the Bulldog Invite earning second swims in both the 100 and 200 breast events.
High School: Was a member of the state championship 400 free relay team for Kennesaw Mountain High School...was a first team all-state selection her senior year and a first team all-county selection her junior and senior seasons...is the school record in the 100 breast...was runner-up in the state in the 200 breast...earned varsity letters all four years...is a national qualifier in the 200 breast.
Personal: Born January 7, 1994...daughter of David and Rhonda Stephenson...graduated from Kennesaw Mountain High school in 2012 where she a member of the National Honors Society and KMHS Senior Hall of Fame her during the 2011-2012 school year...participated in Vision Quest all four years...was a Scholastic All-American her junior and senior years...contributed to Habitat for Humanity, Key Club, Character Ed, mentor for Relay for Life as well as other community outreach programs...a member of Stingrays Swimming where she is coached by Ian Goss..majoring in Biological Sciences.