No. 2 Georgia, No. 3 Texas A&M, No. 8 Florida at SEC championships

ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia made an early splash in the 2014 Southeastern Conference Championships, medaling in four events and setting four school records.

The No. 3 Lady Bulldogs lead the field with 187 points, while Florida is second with 139. 

Ann-Perry Blank became the first Georgia women’s diver to take gold in the 1-meter diving at the SEC Championships. Her score of 325.50 is also the highest 1-meter diving score in a championship event in Georgia history, shattering the previous mark of 315.70.

Laura Ryan placed third with a score of 320.50.

In the 200 medley relay, the team of Olivia Smoliga, Melanie Margalis, Lauren Harrington and Chantal Van Landeghem placed first and set a new Georgia record of 1:35.52. That also eclipsed the Gabrielsen Natatorium record.