TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida State women’s swimming and diving team enjoyed an all-around successful season in 2018-19. The Seminoles secured one of the best records in program history, showed improvement at the ACC and NCAA Championships in addition to excelling in the classroom and in the community.
“It was an outstanding year from all areas of the program,” head coach Neal Studd said. “The academics, community service, meet record and post season scoring; I’m very proud of what the ladies achieved in and out of the pool this season.”
The NCAA Championships
Molly Carlson on platform at the ACC Championships
The ACC Championships
McKenna Keith returns to action for Senior Day.
The Regular Season
Natalie Purnell wins the the Golden Nole swimming award
Outside of the Pool
The individual Golden Nole winners are presented to the student-athletes on each team who have portrayed the ideals of intercollegiate athletics. Head Coaches selected these Seminoles by evaluating athletic and academic success as well as their contribution to service to the university and community.
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