Florida Tech Swimmer Daniel Aizenberg Earns Second Medal at Final Day Of SSC Championships

panthers finished the meet in 5th place

Florida Tech men’s swimming team concluded the 2022 Sunshine State Conference Swim Championships on Sunday at the Long Center. (Florida Tech image)

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA – Florida Tech men’s swimming team concluded the 2022 Sunshine State Conference Swim Championships on Sunday at the Long Center.

Tech finished the meet in fifth place with a total of 322.5 points.

Daniel Aizenberg medaled for the second consecutive day, thanks to his 1:47.22 time that earned him third place in the 200 Back final. During the morning prelims, he broke the school record for the event with a time of 1:47.18.

Seth Kibler placed ninth in the 1650 free A final with a time of 15:57.09, while Joshua Davis finished 18th with a time of 16:47.27.

Jandre Moll won the 100 free B final with a time of 44.96, which was .02 ahead of his closest competition. John Fonnotto won the 200 back B final with a 1:50.44 finish, which kept him .34 ahead of second place.

Kyle Gibson won the 200 breast B final with a 2:02.47 time that was nearly two full seconds ahead of his closest competitor. Alexander Kidd finished fourth in the 200 back B final with a time of 1:52.36.

The team of Moll, Farran Barker Nathaniel Allen and Aizenberg grabbed sixth in the 400 free relay A final with a time of 3:00.52. The group of Max Martino, Remington Greko, Jacob Coutant and Joao Nascimento took third in the B Final with a time of 3:05.09.

UP NEXT: This concludes the regular season portion of the Panthers’ schedule. They now await word for qualification for the NCAA Championships on March 9-12 in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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