Stowe Leads Jackets on Final Day of Women's ACC Championships

Feb. 17, 2007

Complete Results

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Junior Elizabeth Stowe clocked a NCAA `B’ standard time of 16:34.94 in the 1650-yard freestyle to finish in fourth place and lead Georgia Tech to a ninth-place finish (138 pts.) on Saturday night at the Women’s Atlantic Coast Conference Swimming and Diving Championships at Koury Natatorium.

Freshman Caroline Jones posted a time of 2:05.83 in the 200 backstroke to finish in 20th place for the Yellow Jackets.

Junior Stephanie England became the first Yellow Jacket to earn all-conference honors on the women’s side, doing so on the three-meter board on Friday night. England, a native of Titusville, Fla., finished third and will compete in the NCAA Zone Diving Championships in a couple of weeks in Athens, Ga.

The Men’s ACC Swimming Championships will take place next week, Feb. 21-24, in Chapel Hill.

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