Maddy Huggins was another Seminole to post a career best time, touching at 1:00.64 in the 100 breast for 13th place. She still holds the eighth-fasts performance in FSU history.
Swimming in the consolation heat of the men’s 100 breast, Izaak Bastian made a push in the final 50 yards, but finished second in the heat at 53.28 for 10th place overall.
Nevada Wood also etched his name in 10th on the FSU all-time top 10 list by clocking 53.78 in prelims. In finals, Wood touching 23rd just off the morning mark at 53.86.
Jesco Helling (310.75) and Darwin Nolasco (300.95) added 12th and 14th place points in the men’s platform diving competition.
Quaglieri, Kucheran, Jenny Halden and Rebecca Moynihan turned in an NCAA B standard in the 400 medley relay, placing sixth at 3:33:10.
The men’s team followed by taking seventh place behind Herbet, Bastian, Max McCusker and Peter Varjasi at 3:06.56, which is also an NCAA provisional standard.
“We had a better morning than yesterday,” Studd added. “We had some best times and had a few folks move up from their seeds at finals. We’re must match that tomorrow. We’ve got to get it done in the morning and have a strong last day.”
Prelims will start at 10 am with the 200 back, 100 free and 200 breast, with the top 24 advancing to finals. Women’s platform diving prelims will start at 12:30 pm and the top eight will advance to finals.
Heats of the 1650 free will begin at 3:30 pm David Quirie will compete in the final heat of the mile, which will be swam with finals, starting at 6 pm
The women are in eighth place with a total of 401 points, while the men sit in sixth at 504.
All sessions will be available to watch through the ACC Network Extra. The ACC network will re-air certain sessions throughout the week:
Sat., Feb. 19:8-11 am ET (Day 4 Finals)
Sun., Feb. 20:8:30am-Noon ET (Day 5 Finals)
ACCNX BROADCAST LINKS
Prelims, 10 am – https://noles.co/3GQo7JZ
Finals, 3:30 pm – https://noles.co/3sJoCk4
Finals, 6 pm – https://noles.co/3JyzVCv