TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida State swimming and diving teams will compete in one of the most competitive collegiate meets this season as it is set to start a three-day conquest at the Georgia Invitational. The field includes 11 teams ranked in the latest CSCAA polls.
“This is a simulation of NCAA’s,” FSU head coach Frank Bradley said. “We will be going against are some of the best in the country. They’re all powerhouses. This is going to give us a taste of what championships season is going to be all about.”
In addition to the 24th-ranked FSU men’s team, defending National Champion California (No. 6), Virginia Tech (No. 9), Georgia (No. 12), and Auburn (No. 19) all are listed in the rankings. Penn State and Virginia will also be competing in the field.
The women’s meet features Georgia (No. 2), California (No. 5), Auburn (No. 6), Virginia (No. 9), Penn State (No. 15), UCLA (No. 19), Florida State, Virginia Tech and Harvard.
Prelims will start at 9:30 a.m. each day with finals following on Friday and Saturday at 5 p.m. Finals for Sunday will begin at 3 p.m.
“This is our last invite of the semester” Bradley said. “I’m anxious to see how well our kids will perform. I thought there were some good things to build off of from the Georgia Tech Invite, but things are start to shape up for the post season and we’ll see what we have this weekend.”
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