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Oct. 31, 1997

FSU Swimming and Diving Top N.C. State

TALLAHASSEE,Fla. — The Florida State Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving
continued their undefeated season Friday afternoon with a win over ACC
opponent North Carolina State. The men’s team defeated the Wolfpack 149-79
while the Lady Seminoles outscored N.C. State 134-109. Both FSU teams
improve to 5-0 as N.C.State drops to 4-1.

Junior Kristie McRoberts was the first to score points for the women,
winning the 1000 Free with a time of 10:24.26. Freshman Kristen Adams
brought in points winning the 200 with a time of 1:52.88 and the 500 Free
while junior Sherri Fowler won the 200 IM and finished 2nd in the 200 Fly.
Other top performers were junior transfer Sarah Kate Havens who won the 200
Back, freshman Ann Parker who won the 100 Free, junior Samantha White who
won the 200 Breast, and Rachael Amman who won the 50 Free with a time of
24.75. In diving action, senior Sarah Henderson finished 4th on the 1 and
3-meter while Marya Sabesky took 3rd on the 3-meter. The women were up only
12 points going into the 400 Free Relay but finished 1st and 2nd to win the

The men also had a strong night, winning all but one of the individual
events and the 400 Free Relay. Junior Stephen Parry continued his
undefeated streak in the 200 Fly, winning the event in a NCAA Consideration
time of 1:46.80. He also won the 200 and 500 Free events. Julio Santos, a
junior transfer, had an impressive night, out-touching teammate Brendon
Dedekind in the 50 Free in a time of 20.71 but Dedekind won the 100 Free
over Santos in a time of 45.85. Freshman Greg Main-Baillie won the 200 IM
and 200 Back while Brett Petersen won the 200 Breast. Divers Glenn
Gonzales, Brent Burkman, and Ben Nuttal took 2nd, 3rd, and 4th respectively
in the 1-meter as Ben Nuttal took 3rd in the 3-meter, completing the win
for FSU.

FSU travels to the Auburn Invitational November 13-15 and University of
Florida November 21.

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