Oct. 24, 1999
PULLMAN, WASH. — The Florida State women’s swim team went 1-1
this weekend in a tri-meet with the Washington State Cougars and
Minnesota Golden Gophers in Pullman, Wash. The Lady Seminoles topped
Washington State 48-46 and fell to Minnesota 54-41.
Liska Dedekind, Kristen Keelan, Kathleen McCubbins and Christine
Williams started the meet with a second place finish in the 400 Medley
Relay (3:52.30) before the Lady Seminoles won three events in a row.
Junior Tanya Gurr won the 200 Free in a time of 1:53.16 with Christy
Cech winning the 50 Free (24.06) and senior Anne Blachford winning the
200 IM (2:07.35). Freshman Shannon Goff took the 4th spot in the 200 Fly
(2:08.54) before Cech added a win in the 100 Free (51.95) with Gurr
finishing third in the event (52.85). Sophomore Amber Goodwin added
points with a win in the 200 Back (2:05.51) with Betsy Bagy finishing
5th in the event (2:07.15). Freshman Leah Lane took the 5th spot in the
500 Free (5:15.15) followed by a second place finish from Keryn Krenauw
in the 200 Breast (2:19.18) with Keelan finishing 5th in the event
FSU went into the 400 Free Relay nine points behind the Cougars
but the team of Blachford, Karin Holmstedt, Gurr and Cech brought in the
deciding points with a win in the 400 Free Relay in a time of 3:27.85 to
give the Lady Seminoles a win over Washington State. FSU also took the
4th and 5th place finishes in the event.
The Lady Seminoles are 3-1 on the season. Florida State will
return to action on Saturday, October 30 as the men’s and women’s teams
host the Auburn Tigers at 11:00am.