Five will represent Florida State this weekend at the 2012 Women's NCAA Championships.
Freshman Elizabeth Pepper and sophomore Tiffany Oliver have qualified for the NCAA Championships.
Three swimmers break school records this weekend at the UGA Last Chance Meet.
FSU grabs two golds on the final night of ACC's as senior Mateo De Angulo took one in the 1650 free before being named the ACC Swimmer of the Meet. The Seminoles finish fourth overall.
Sophomore Katrina Young captures FSU's first-ever ACC Championship on women's platform with a school record setting performance of 323.05.
HIGH SCHOOL: Dominated the South African Age Group National meet in the 50 and 100-meter butterfly every year since she was 12 years old...Posted five top three finishes at the South African Open Championships...Best finish was a second-place mark in 2002 in the 100 fly...Finished third in the 50-meter butterfly from 2001-03 and added another bronze medal at the 100 fly in 2003...Ranked number one among the high school ranks in all four strokes at the 50-meter distance...Earned South African Open Colours for her silver medals in the 50 and 100-meter butterfly at the 2003 All-Africa Games...Top long-course times include 50 free (27.27), 100 butterfly (1:02.40) and 200 butterfly (2:23.00)...Coached by Graham Hill.
PERSONAL: Born June 26, 1984...Undecided on major...Daughter of Dalton and Monica Sparg...First member of her family to attend college in the United States.