Tech Men defeat Florida Atlantic; Women split with FAU and New Orleans

Jan. 13, 2007

Complete Results

ATLANTA – Junior Jason Bourgeois won the men’s 100-yard backstroke (51.18), 100 butterfly (50.66) and led off the 200 medley relay team which finished first (1:32.69) to lead Georgia Tech on Saturday against Florida Atlantic in swimming and diving action at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center.

Junior diver Stephanie England swept the one- and three-meter springboard events with scores of 249.22 and 319.80 (NCAA Zone), respectively, to lead the women.

The men’s team (1-4) defeated the FAU Owls, 179-106, while the women (2-5) dropped a 179-119 decision to FAU and defeated New Orleans 211-70.

Junior All-American diver Evan Stowers swept the men’s one- and three-meter springboard events, with NCAA Zone diving qualifying marks of 335.32 and 395.25, respectively.

Freshman Ryan Crete clocked a season-best time of 1:43.22 in the men’s 200 free to touch the wall in first place and finished first in the 500 free with a time of 4:35.96.

Senior Ryan Bishop posted a pair of first-place finishes for the Yellow Jackets. Bishop clocked a time of 3:58.40 in the men’s 400 individual medley and posted a season-best time of 56.76 in the 100 breaststroke.

Sophomores Mauricio Sousa and Noah Copeland tallied first-place finishes for the Yellow Jackets. Sousa clocked a time of 20.84 in the 50 freestyle, while Copeland posted a time of 46.32 in the 100 free.

The women’s 200 medley relay team of Caroline Jones, Alison Walker, Megan Campbell and Agatha Kwasnik finished first with a time of 1:48.62.

Junior Rob Miller clocked a season-best time of 9:33.33 in the men’s 1000 free to finish in first place for the Jackets. Senior co-captain Alex Williams swam a time of 2:09.85 in the men’s 200 breast to finish in first place for Tech.

Junior Elizabeth Stowe tallied a pair of runner-up finishes for the Rambling Wreck. Stowe posted times of 4:49.82 (500 free) and a season-best time of 10:06.60 (1000 free) for Tech.

Walker just missed tallying a NCAA `B’ standard in the women’s 100 breast (1:03.55) with a season-best mark of 1:03.78. The senior co-captain also finished runner-up in the 200 breast with a time of 2:24.14 for the Yellow Jackets.

In a diving meet versus Florida State on Jan. 3, Georgia Tech defeated the Seminoles, 10-9 on the men’s side, and 13-6 on the women’s side. England and Stowers swept the boards for the Jackets against the `Noles, who typically are the best diving team in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Men’s 3 meter (GaTech-10, FSU- 9)
1. Evan Stowers – GaTech – 338.03
2. Alex Tibrook – FSU – 331.87
3. Terry Horner – FSU – 320.92
4. Scott Derner – FSU – 315.07
5. Daniel Frebel – FSU – 267.45
6. Derek Jones – FSU – 260.93
7. Michael Bennett – GaTech – 252.15
8. Peter Doblar – GaTech – 244.65

Women’s 3 meter (GaTech-13, FSU-6)
1. Stephanie England – GaTech – 279.97
2. Hannah Krimm – GaTech – 278.78
3. Aleia Monden – FSU – 272.25
4. Katie Sirounis – FSU – 260.25
5. Carissa Hanna – FSU – 234.07
6. Melanie Cabossol – FSU – 179.84

Tech will host Emory (Division III), North Florida (women) and New Orleans (women) for Senior Day on Sunday in the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center. The meet is scheduled to start at Noon and can be followed on



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