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Continuing Live Blog Coverage from CCSA Championships
The 2014 CCSA Swimming & Diving Championships will draw to a close today, with the evening finals starting at 6 p.m. at Allan Jones Aquatic Center. Tonight's session begins with the seeded final of the 1,650 freestyle.
Liberty, aiming for its first-ever conference swimming & diving championship, leads the overall team standing with 471 points. Five-time defending champion Florida Gulf Coast is currently second with 453. The CCSA champion will be crowned following tonight's session.
The Lady Flames had a fantastic morning session, earning 15 finals swims (13 in A finals and two in B finals). Additionally, 1,650 swimmers Heather McCorkel, Kristin Van Deventer and Hannah Wakeley have an opportunity to score points.
Tonight's finals will feature pool-side, live blog coverage as the Lady Flames compete in Knoxville. Look for coverage to begin shortly before the 6 p.m. finals start with an interactive blog, where all are invited to interact with questions and comments.
Day 4 – Finals (6 p.m.)
1,650-yard Freestyle-Last heat of time finals (Kristin VanDeventer, Hannah Wakeley)
200-yard Backstroke (A - Emily Duff, Natalie Chambers, Kendall Hough, Victoria Tschoke; B - Jennifer Garzinski)
100-yard Freestyle (A - Kendall Hough, Cori Gary, Chloe Thomas, Meghan Babcock)
200-yard Breaststroke (A - Emilie Kaufman, Morgan Noonan)
200-yard Butterfly (A - Hannah Wakeley, Bethany Kennon, Jess Reinhardt; B - Ranndi Grubbs)
Three-meter Diving (Women)
400-yard Freestyle Relay "A"
Individual events will be scored as follows: 20-17-16-15-14-13-12-11-9-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
Relay events will be scored as follows: 40-34-32-30-28-26-24-22-18-14-12-10-8-6-4-2