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Miami Continues Run at All-Florida Invite

Miami Continues Run at All-Florida Invite

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The University of Miami swimming team continued its run at the All-Florida Invitational Saturday at the Stephen O’Connell Center on the University of Florida campus.

Miami’s top entry in the 200 medley relay, comprised of junior Roxanne Yu, freshman Annie Kyriakidis, freshman Alaina Skellett and sophomore Manon Viguier, opened the night’s final round with a time of 1:46.99.

Kyriakidis then competed in the 400-yard IM, finishing in 4:35.98.

Skellett improved from the morning’s preliminary round to the night’s finals in the 100 butterfly, shaving nearly three seconds to touch the wall in 57.44. Yu also competed in the 100 fly and finished in 58.89.

One of Miami’s top contributors Friday, freshman Carmen San Nicolas had a strong finish in the 200 freestyle, finishing the event in fourth in a time of 1:51.85. Viguier, another of Miami’s top point-getters on the weekend, finished right behind San Nicolas with a time of 1:52.56.

Kyriakidis (1:07.35) and fellow freshman Laurynn Harvard (1:09.97) both swam the 100 breaststroke, while Yu (57.44) and Skellett (57.56) both swam the 100 backstroke.

Miami’s top group in the 800 free relay, comprised of senior captain Julie Suarez, Viguier, San Nicolas and freshman Sydney Knapp, ended the night with a time of 7:34.87 good for third place in a talented field.

The All-Florida Invitational concludes Sunday in Gainesville.