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Tech Women Swim Past No. 23 Tennessee to Finish Second at Georgia Tech Invitational

Nov. 21, 2004

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ATLANTA – Sophomore All-American Vesna Stojanovska broke the school record in the women’s 200-yard butterfly (2:01.89) to lead the Georgia Tech women’s swimming and diving team to a second-place finish at the Georgia Tech Invitational on Sunday afternoon in the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center. The women edged No. 23 Tennessee 783 to 750 points and finished behind No. 3 Florida (869.5), while the men finished third with 838.5 points, behind third-ranked Florida (1055.5) and NC State (889).

“This has been a great three days of competition,” said head coach Seth Baron. “We had multiple school records on the women’s side and had NCAA `B’ cuts on both sides. Anytime you beat a nationally ranked program like Tennessee, it’s always exciting. The team and coaching staff are pleased with the performances and we have to continue to work towards ACC’s and NCAAs.”

Freshman Elizabeth Stowe etched her name in the Tech record book this afternoon in the 1650 freestyle with a record-setting time of 17:02.96 to lead the women in the event. Junior All-American Sam Morgan tallied a first-place finish in the men’s 1650 free with a season-best time of 15:36.80 to lead the Jackets. Senior Matt Figh and freshman Rob Miller tallied second- and fourth-place finishes for Tech in the mile with times of 15:47.60 and 15:52.58, respectively.

Freshman Stephanie England and Evan Stowers led the men and women divers with sixth- and eighth-place finishes on the platform, tallying scores of 341.90 and 357.65.

Junior Ashley Kracke and senior Jeremy Raines led the Rambling Wreck in the 200 backstroke. Kracke finished third in the women’s 200 back with a season-best time of 2:03.16, while Raines posted a fourth-place finish in the men’s 200 back with a time of 1:54.30. Junior Jacob Wilson finished sixth with a time of 1:56.84.

Junior Liz Foster, sophomore Natanya Harper and senior Jennifer Christenson tallied top-eight finishes for the Jackets in the women’s 100 free. Foster led the way with a sixth-place finish (52.71), Harper finished seventh (52.83) and Christenson posted a season-best time of 53.07 to finish eighth.

In the men’s 100 free, junior Teemu Kettunen swam a season-best time of 45.78 to finish third, while senior Marc Maier finished seventh (47.11) and junior Jason Howard finished eighth (47.21).

Senior Lisa Hancock was instrumental in the Jackets stinging the 23rd-ranked Lady Vols with a second-place tally in the women’s 200 fly, finishing with a season-best time of 2:04.57. Senior Matt Figh finished seventh in the men’s 200 fly with a time of 1:53.79.

Sophomores Ryan Bishop and Alex Williams posted seventh- and eighth-place finishes for Tech in the men’s 200 breaststroke with times of 2:09.17 and 2:10.64, respectively.

The Yellow Jackets will not compete again until after the New Year when Tech hosts Clemson on Jan. 22 in the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center.

Florida – 1055.5
NC State – 889
Ga Tech – 838.5
Florida Atlantic – 452
Miami – 99
Georgia – 97
Kentucky – 78
Tennessee – 67

Florida – 869.5
Ga Tech – 783
Tennessee – 750
NC State – 598
Miami – 411
Florida Atlantic – 359.5
Kentucky – 90
Georgia – 32



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