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
(1:31.70) and an NCAA record in winning the 200-yard butterfly (1:40.75). 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
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
(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),
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.