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Stojanovska Garners All-America Accolades at Women's NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships

March 20, 2004

Complete Results

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Freshman Vesna Stojanovska swam a personal-best time of 2:11.02 in the 200-meter butterfly to finish in 10th place at the Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships tonight. Stojanovska becomes the first women’s swimming and diving athlete to claim such honors, doing so in the same pool that Tech recorded its first men’s All-American (Shilo Ayalon, 2001). With that swim, the Yellow Jackets finish in 33rd in the nation with seven points.

“I was really proud of the way Vesna swam, said head coach Seth Baron. “She finished second in her heat and led at the midway point. To finish in the top 25 in the country with a program that is just starting out, is pretty impressive. The whole teams is proud of what Vesna has accomplished and look forward to the future of this young program.”

Stojanovska finished 37th in the 200-meter freestyle (2:01.58) on Friday and in a tie for 23rd place in the 400-meter freestyle (4:10.90) on Thursday.

The entire results for the Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship meet can be found at

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