The Tars men totaled 135 points to finish fifth, nearly 100 points ahead of sixth place Miami. Florida won with 1273 points while Florida State took second with 919. On the women's side, Rollins scored 16 points to take sixth. UF beat FSU 1141.5 to 763.5 atop the leaderboard.
Michael Weinstein led the way for Rollins, placing high in an individual final and in three relays. He was 13th in the 100-yard backstroke in a time of 56.03. William Tarkenton was 15th in the event in 58.90 while Taylor Wright was 16th in 1:01.46.
Weinstein joined Garrett Graham, David Relihan and Taylor Powers to place eighth in the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:41.47. Tarkenton, Luis Orbegosa, David Tereshchenko and Wright were right behind in eighth place in 1:48.71. Weinstein, Wright, Powers and Daniel Mazur were ninth in the 400-yard freestyle relay, stopping the clock in 3:21.31. Orbegosa, Tereshchenko, Eric Solloway and Brian Sanborn took 10th in 3:33.42.
In the 800-yard freestyle relay, Wright, Sanborn, Mazur and Weinstein placed ninth in 7:38.67. Solloway, Powers, Orbegosa and Tarkenton were 10th in 8:04.74.
Individually, Sanborn took 15th in the 400-yard IM in 4:27.69 while Mazur was 16th in 4:28.56. David Relihan finished 15th in the 100-yard butterfly in 54.77 while Tereshchenko was 16th in 1:03.43. Solloway finished 15th (1:56.06) and Jordan Moos was 16th (2:19.00) in the 200-yard freestyle. The Tars scored huge points in the 100-yard breaststroke as Graham was 14th (1:06.17), Powers 15th (1:06.79) and Orbegosa 16th (1:07.35).
The Rollins women scored all of their points in the three relays. The team of Calli Singleton, Molly Spencer, Audrey Kula and Maddie Minetree finished 15th in the 200-yard medley in a time of 1:55.14.
In the 800-yard freestyle relay, Jenny Nilson, Chandler Armistead, Christine Bianco and Kula posted a 15th place finish in a time of 8:09.94. Christine Sigaty, Kelsey McKnulty-Kowal, Kayla Stuckey and Grace Alexander were 16th in 8:48.31.
Nilson, Bianco, Minetree and Kula teamed to finished 15th in the 400-yard freestyle relay in 3:48.14 while Armistead, Rocio Henriquez, Stuckey and Jessica Spiegel were 16th in 3:52.02.
Rollins regular season starts Saturday, Oct. 27 when they will host Saint Leo in Sunshine State Conference action. Fans can follow Tars swimming all season long at RollinsSports.com.