2016 Sunshine State Conference Swim Championships Day 3 Recap

2016 Sunshine State Conference Swim Championships Day 3 Recap
2016 Sunshine State Conference Swim Championships Day 3 Recap

2016 Sunshine State Conference Swim Championships Day 3 Recap

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ORLANDO, Fla. – The name to know on Saturday during Day Three of the 2016 Sunshine State Conference Championships was Thiago Sickert. The Nova Southeastern Junior opened up during the morning session, breaking the championships record in the 200 butterfly during prelims. The Brazilian was not done there, improving on his record time with an A Cut mark of 1:46.05 in the finals.

Entering the final day of competition, Florida Southern remains on top in the women’s team standings with 666.5 points, distancing itself from second place Nova Southeastern, which has 564 points. Tampa (441.5), Lynn (340) and Saint Leo (315) claim spots three through five, respectively.  Florida Tech (194) leapfrogged Rollins (172) for sixth place.

For the men, FSC remains in the lead with 594.5 points. Nova Southeastern is not far behind with 560.5 points, while Tampa sits in third with 495.5 points. Florida Tech holds on to the fourth position at 430 points, with Saint Leo directly behind  in fifth with 355.5 points. Rollins claims the sixth and final spot, having accrued 146 points.

Day Three Prelims

Record performances:

For the second consecutive day, Nova Southeastern’s Sickert established a new championships record during the morning session. The Spanish native easily grabbed the top seed for the finals, flying to a time of 1:46.24, an A Cut mark.

Day Three Finals

Record breaking performances:

Just like in the morning session, the lone record breaking performance came from the Sharks’  Sickert.  Having already set the championships record and established an A Cut time in the morning, Sickert improved on the time to grab gold, coming in at 1:46.05.


Women’s 500 Freestyle Medalists:                                                                     
1. Crenshaw, Alli   SR   Florida Southern   4:57.99
T2. Ayers, Makayla   FR   Tampa   4:59.42
T2. Allin, Georgina   JR   Nova Southeastern   4:59.42

Men’s 500 Freestyle Medalists:
1. Bis, Daniel   SO   Saint Leo   4:26.42
2. Woodrow, Blake   SO   Nova Southeastern   4:29.57
3. Marin, Jesus   SR   Florida Southern   4:30.30

Women’s 100 Backstroke Medalists:
1. Reynolds, Lauren   SR   Florida Southern   56.02
2. Wahlstrom, Emma   JR   Nova Southeastern   56.13
3. Raz, Dar   JR   Florida Tech   56.34

Men’s 100 Backstroke Medalists:
1. Palacios, Marco   JR   Florida Southern   47.30
2. Trenda, Pawel   SR   Saint Leo   47.97
3. Gimenez, Diego   JR   Florida Southern   47.99

Women’s 100 Breaststroke Medalists:
1. Matthews, Rebecca   SR   Lynn   1:02.39
2. Westman, Malin   SO   Nova Southeastern 1:02.67
3. Degrace, Haley   FR   Florida Southern   1:03.34

Men’s 100 Breastroke Medalists:
1. Lobanov, Anton   SO   Nova Southeastern   52.65
2. Kim, Sean   FR   Florida Southern   53.52
3. Jasso, Luis   SO   Florida Southern   54.55

Women’s 200 Butterfly Medalists:
1. Horsman, Victoria   FR   Tampa   2:04.42
2. DeVeny, Courtney   SO   Nova Southeastern   2:06.02
3. Long, Sophie   SO   Tampa   2:06.97

Men’s 200 Butterfly Medalists:
1. Sickert, Thiago   JR   Nova Southeastern   1:46.05
2. Garrastazu, Raul   SR   Florida Southern   1:48.25
3. Nunez, Antonio   JR   Florida Southern   1:48.79

Women’s 800 Freestyle Relay Medalists:
1. Florida Southern   7:30.60
2. Nova Southeastern   7:32.80
3. Tampa   7:36.85

Men’s 800 Freestyle Relay Medalists:
1. Nova Southeastern   6:33.41
2. Tampa   6:35.41
3. Florida Southern   6:35.75

Team Scores after Day 3

Men – 
Florida Southern – 594.5
Nova Southeastern – 560.5
Tampa – 495.5
Florida Tech – 430
Saint Leo – 355.5
Rollins – 146

Women –
Florida Southern – 666.5
Nova Southeastern – 564
Tampa – 441.5
Lynn – 340
Saint Leo – 315
Florida Tech – 194
Rollins – 117

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