Jacobi wins three in FSU rout of Miami

Florida State picked up a home win against in-state rival Miami Friday night, winning 12 of 16 events en route to a 174-113 win.

Madison Jacobi picked up three wins on the night, easily outpacing the competition in all three.

Jacobi went 9:52.82 to win the 1000 free by over 30 seconds to open the meet. She also went 2:05.02 in the 200 back and 4:53.99 in the 500 free.

Tiffany Oliver extended the Seminole freestyle dominance to the shorter distances, winning the 50 (23.34) and 200 (1:51.49). Kaitlyn Dressel won the 100 in 51.09 to complete the free sweep for FSU.

The only swimming events Miami picked up wins in were the 100s of the three odd-strokes. Heather Arseth won the 100 fly (56.54), Amy Wiley the 100 breast (1:05.75) and My Fridell the 100 fly (55.85). The Hurricanes also got a 1-meter diving win from Cheyenne Cousineau, who scored 301.13.

FSU won on the other board with Katrina Young‘s 343.35 and added wins from Sami Pochowski in the 200 breast (2:14.23) and McKayla Lightbourn in the 200 IM (2:07.13).

The Seminoles took home both relay victories with ease. The team of Bianca Spinazzola, Pochowski, Chelsea Britt and Tiffany Oliver went 1:43.75 in the 200 medley, getting a 22.54 from Oliver on the anchor leg, and the 200 free team of Oliver, Dressel, Julia Henkel and Pochowski put up the fastest time with a 1:34.19.

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