Shaune Fraser in National Collegiate Athletic Association

Shaune Fraser in National Collegiate Athletic Association

At the 2009 Men's NCAA Division I Championships, he set a school record in winning the 200-yard freestyle

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Shaune Fraser Cayman Island Swimmer Olympic Medalist

(1:31.70)[4] and an NCAA record in winning the 200-yard butterfly (1:40.75).[5] Fraser earned twenty-seven All-American accolades in his four years as a Gator swimmer, one fewer than the maximum number possible, and the most of any male swimmer in Gators history.

Career Best Times

(Yards)

50 Free: 19.30            (2009 NCAA Championships)

100 Free: 42.41         (2009 NCAA Championships)

200 Free: 1:31.70      (2009 NCAA Championships)

500 Free: 4:26.21      (FSU, 11/20/07)

100 Back: 49.77         (IRSC, 1/31/09)

200 Back: 1:50.29      (South Carolina, 11/8/08)

100 Fly: 48.35            (Minnesota, 10/13/07)

200 Fly: 1:40.75         (2009 NCAA Championships)

200 IM: 1:42.45          (2009 NCAA Championships)

400 IM: 3:55.07          (Purdue, 1/4/08)

2007-08:  Earned seven All-America honors at the NCAA Championships in Seattle … Finished fifth in the 200 fly

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Shaune Fraser and Brett Fraser

(1:44.06), fifth in the 200 free (1:33.53), 10th in the 200 IM (1:45.56) … Defended his title in the 200 free (1:34.23) at the SEC Championships in Tuscaloosa setting a pool and SEC record in the process … Also finished second in the 200 IM (1:44.96) and touched third in the 200 fly (1:44.38) … Earned two first place finishes versus FAU as part of the 200 MR (1:30.33) and in the 100 back (49.87) … Took first in the 100 fly at Tennessee … Was second in the 200-meter free (1:52.77), third in the 100-meter free (52.34) and fourth in the 100-meter fly (56.61) versus Auburn … Claimed first in the 200 fly (1:46.87) against Purdue and returned the next day to take first in the 200 free (1:38.23) … Touched first in the 200 free (1:37.50) and second in the 500 free (4:26.21) in the win versus Florida State … Placed first in the 100 free (45.50) at Kentucky … Finished first in the 100 free (52.22) at Georgia.

2006-07: Brought seven All-America honors home from the NCAA Championships in Minneapolis … Raced to fifth-place finishes in the 200 IM (1:44.93) and 200 fly (1:44.08), as well as an 11th-place showing in the 200 free (1:34.96) … Placed second as part of the 800 FR (6:17.82), seventh with the 400 FR squad (2:55.08) and 11th as a member of the 200 MR squad (1:26.91) … Also earned All-America status in 200 FR by helping the Gators qualify for the championship final … Took the SEC Championships by storm in his first career appearance, earning three conference titles and seven All-SEC honors … Placed first in the 200 free (1:35.05),

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Shaune Fraser Swimmer

first in the 200 (1:44.98) … Took runner-up honors in the 200 IM (1:44.75) … Played an integral role in Florida's relay lineup at the conference meet, helping the 800 FR to its sixth-consecutive league title (6:22.31), the 400 FR (2:55.56) and the 400 MR (3:13.11) to runner-up showings and the 200 MR to a third-place finish (1:27.41) … Earned seven All-SEC honors at his first conference championship meet … Registered a win in the 200 (1:36.91) in Florida's defeat of Tennessee … Won the 200 fly (1:46.00), and took runner-up honors in the 500 free (4:28.84) in the tri-meet sweep of Alabama and South Carolina … Won the 100 free (45.61) and claimed runner-up honors in the 50 free (21.07) against Indian River CC  … Won three individual events against Florida State, taking top honors in the 200 free (1:38.04), 100 fly (48.78) and 200 fly (1:47.69) … Picked up his second NCAA provisional qualifying time in the 200 fly against Texas, finishing second (1:47.42) … Won the 200 fly with an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 1:46.93 against Minnesota (10/27) … Claimed a win in the 200 free (1:38.74), as well as a runner-up finish in the 100 free (45.43) against Georgia …Made his collegiate debut with a win in the 200 fly (1:48.46) and a runner-up finish in the 200 free (1:38.11) at Michigan.