Plantation’s Krissa Robinson on board with Florida State, three other PST swimmers make commitments

Plantation Swim Team had four swimmers ceremonially sign on with college swimming and diving programs today, most notably butterflier Krissa Robinson with Florida State.

Robinson has been 56.09 in the 100 fly and 2:03.32 in the 200, and should make a solid addition to the Seminoles roster for next season in the tough ACC.

Joining her were teammates Chloe Adams, Sophia Oliva and Delali Amoah.

Adams is a mid-distance freestyler, holding a top time of 52.68 in the 100 and is also the daughter of Olympic gold medalist Tiffany Cohen. She signed with the University of Maine.

Oliva will swim for the newly-formed Division II West Florida team, which wrapped up its first season just a few months ago. She’s a sprint freestyler mainly, with top short-course times of 24.50 and 53.36 in the 50 and 100 frees.

Amoah heads to Soka University of America in California, where she’ll compete in the NAIA. Amoah is a breaststroker who also competes in the IMs.

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