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Stojanovska and Stowe Conclude Competition for Jackets at NCAA Championships

March 19, 2005

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Sophomore Vesna Stojanovska finished 24th in the 200-yard butterfly and freshman Elizabeth Stowe finished 35th in the 1650-yard freestyle to lead Georgia Tech at the 2005 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships on Saturday.

Stojanovska, a native of Skopje, Macedonia, clocked a time of 2:00.77 in the 200 fly. Stowe, a native of Lawrenceville, Ga., swam a time of 16:48.26 in the 1650 freestyle.

Junior Sam Morgan and freshman Rob Miller will swim at the Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships at the University of Minnesota, March 24-26, in Minneapolis.

-GT SWIMMING & DIVING-

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