The Florida State Seminoles are gearing up for the 2017 Women’s NCAA Championships, which kick off tomorrow night in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Senior Anton McKee was among the Bama swimmers picking up multiple individual wins at the meet.
The Florida State Seminoles have been on the rise with new Head Coach Neal Studd, and they’ve continued to improve into the 2017 portion of this season.
Following day 1, FSU and FGCU were locked in a tie on the women’s side, with the meet to be decided on Saturday. The Noles broke through to lead the quad, taking wins over FGCU, West Florida, and Florida Southern.
Through day 1 of the meet, FSU and FGCU are tied at 83.5 points, while both teams lead UWF and Florida Southern.
Indian River played host to Florida State and Florida International for a unique format women’s meet on Tuesday, December 15th.