COLLEGE STATION, Texas (EETV) - Auburn Swimming and Diving wrapped up the SEC Championship meet Sunday finishing with 16 top three finishes over the 5-day meet. The Tigers also added two individual titles and four women's relay podiums.

The women's 400 free relay team of Aly Tetzloff, Julie Meynen, Ashton Ellzey and Erin Falconer would capture the gold, the schools 14th in this event. They gave Auburn its first title in the 400 free relay since 2012.

The men's 400 free relay team of Zach Apple, Peter Holoda, Liam McCloskey Hugo Gonzalez took the Tigers to a second place finish in the event with a total time of 2:48:58.

Gonzalez got his third individual podium finish of the meet as he placed third in the men's 200 back with a 1:40:82.

Tetzloff also made another podium appearance finishing third in the 100 free with a then personal best of 47.96. She had also finished second in the 50 free and third in the 100 fly earlier in the meet.

Holoda and Apple both made podium appearances in the 100 free as Holoda went a personal best 41.78 to finish second and Apple a then personal best 41.91 to take third. With his time Holoda is now the fifth fastest performer in school history.

As for diving, Alison Maillard finished tied for fifth on the platform, just missing her personal best by 5.5 points on each list. Erin Norton placed eighth with a score of 229.20.

The Auburn women's team finished fifth and the men came in sixth.

Up next for the team is NCAA championships.

The divers will compete in the Zone diving championships on March 5-7 at the University of Tennessee.

The women's NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships begin March 14 in Columbus, Ohio, and the men's begin March 21 in Minneapolis.



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