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FSU Swimming At Arizona Meet

Nov. 6, 2000


TUCSON, Ariz. – The Florida State men’s and women’s swimming and
diving teams completed a two-day meet at the University of Arizona on
Saturday, November 4th. No. 1 ranked Arizona defeated the FSU women
197-156, while the No. 25 FSU men fell 214-149 to No. 4 Arizona and 226-120
to No. 15 SMU.


The women won three events as Candice Nethercott placed first in the
100 Fly with a time of 56.16, Christy Cech won the 50 Free in a time of
23.63 and the 200 Free Relay team of Cech, Summer Bell, Amber Goodwin,
Christine Williams took the win in 1:36.16. Cech (51.79, 100 Free), Keryn
Krynauw (1:05.18, 100 Breast), Margaret Colley (58.48, 100 Back) and Amy Lo
(10:47.54, 1000 Free) all recorded second-place finishes. In diving,
Chelsie Lerew was FSU’s top finisher with a second-place finish in the 1
Meter (280.58) and a third-place finish in the 3 Meter (265.65).


In the Arizona meet on the men’s side, Devin Crock won the 100 Fly
event in a time of 48.89 while the Tribe recorded second-place finishes in
five events: Nnamnse Ammons (21.36, 50 Free), Justin Betts (2:12.71, 200
Breast), 200 Medley Relay (Greg Main-Ballie, Betts, Crock, Ammons) in
1:33.94, 200 Free Relay (Crock, Ammons, Joey Marshburn, Michael Paulus) in
1:24.77, the 400 Free Relay (Main-Baillie, Crock, Ammons, Marshburn) in
3:06.69. The Seminoles did not place in the diving events.


Against SMU, Main-Baillie won the 100 Free in a time of 46.43, Crock
won the 100 Fly in 49.89 and the 400 Free Relay team of Main-Baillie,
Crock, Ammons, Marshburn placed first in 3:06.69. The Tribe recorded six
second place finishes including Richard Cowling (1:54.79, 200 IM),
Main-Baillie (52.00, 100 Back), Betts (2:12.71, 200 Breast), Steven Forson
(1:57.42, 200 Fly), 200 Medley Relay (Main-Ballie, Betts, Crock, Ammons) in
133.94 and the 200 Free Relay (Crock, Ammons, Joey Marshburn, Michael
Paulus) in 1:24.77. On the diving end, James Korten placed second in the 1
Meter (248.03) while Josh Edelman placed second in the 3 Meter (266.03).

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