November 12, 1999 - by
Swimming Defeats Indian River Community College

Nov. 12, 1999

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida State swimming and diving teams
defeated Indian River Community College this afternoon at the Stults
Aquatic Center on the campus of Florida State. The Lady Seminoles won
174-91 as the Seminoles topped IRCC 142-131.

Greg Main-Baillie led the Seminoles as he won the 100 Back
(50.81) and 100 Free (45.73). Other top finishes included Brett
Petersen, winning the 100 Breast (57.11), Steve Forson, winning the 100
Fly (51.32), Danny Chocron, winning the 1000 Free (9:34.96), Joey
Marshburn, winning the 50 Free (21.43) and Nelson Mora in the 200 Fly
(1:53.38). Brent Burkman took the top spot on both boards in diving
action, winning the one-meter with a score of 288.75 and three-meter in
a score of 323.55.

Christy Cech and Tanya Gurr led the Lady Seminoles, each winning
two events. Cech won the 200 Free (1:51.96) and the 100 Free (51.31)
with Gurr winning the 50 Free (24.54) and the 200 Back (2:09.17). Other
Lady Seminoles winning their events are Amber Goodwin in the 100 Back,
Keryn Kreynauw in the 100 Breast, Kathleen McCubbins in the 100 Fly and
Liska Dedekind in the 1000 Free. In diving action, Marya Sabesky won the
one-meter (279.52) and three-meter diving (301.50).

The Seminoles are 3-2 on the season as the Lady Seminoles are
4-2. FSU will head to Gainesville on Friday, November 19 to take on the
Florida Gators at 4pm.

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