Sunday December 2, 2007Florida Swimming and Diving Wraps up Weekend at Alabama, Georgia
Elizabeth Goldson earned a second place finish in the women’s 1,500-meter freestyle, finishing with a time of 17:16.10. She was joined by men’s swimmers Joey Pedraza, Cody Kauffman and Logan Storie, who combined for a one-two-three finish. Pedraza’s time of 15:38.25 was a season best for the Gators. Kauffman touched in with a time of 15:41.64 to earn the second best time of the year, while Storie was third with his time of 15:42.77 to rank him third on the season list. All three swims were career bests for the two freshman while Kauffman’s time was just shy of his previous personal best.
Vanderbilt led the way for
Colleen Healy turned in the best finish for the women in the 100-meter freestyle. Her time of 59.56 ranks her sixth on the UF season list. For the men it was Brett Fraser who turned in the best time, placing fifth with a time of 53.31.
200 breaststroke it was Amanda Hartley that finished best for
Freshman Julianne Lago just missed an automatic qualifying time in the 200-meter butterfly, instead settling for another ‘B’ standard in her third win of the season. Lago touched in with a time of 2:16.32 to lead the Gators. Matt Norton completed the sweep of the event, placing first for the men with a time of 2:05.70, tying for fourth best on UF’s season list.
In the 400-meter free relay it was the men who took the top spot with a combined time of 3:30.40, the second best time by a 400 FR Gator team this season. The women were second in their event with a time of 3:56.64, also a second best for the Gators this season.