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Pumputis Makes History, Earns Third All-American

Day 4 Results                                                 

AUSTIN, Texas – Sophomore Caio Pumputis made history at Georgia Tech as he became the first swimming and diving student-athlete to be a three-time All-American at the same NCAA Championships on Saturday at the Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center.

Pumputis paced the Yellow Jackets with a school-record 1:50.70 200 breast final time to earn his third top-eight All-American honor of the week after earning it in the 200 IM and 100 breast.

Sophomore Christian Ferraro also earned honorable mention All-American honors with a 1:42.99 finish in the 200 fly consolation finals after a 1:41.37 prelims.

Senior diver Matt Casillas dove in the platform, finishing 31st with a score of 280.60 overall. Senior Rodrigo Correia also finished 31st in the 200 back prelims with a time of 1:42.17.

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