Jasmine Nocentini on Training with UVA: "The team… has a very, very positive energy" – SwimSwam

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Virginia grad transfer Jasmine Nocentini showed out at her first official dual meet as a Hoo, breaking a minute in the 100 breast (59.81) Current photo via Northwestern Athletics
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Virginia grad transfer Jasmine Nocentini showed out at her first official dual meet as a Hoo, breaking a minute in the 100 breast (59.81), swimming 23.04 in the 50 free, and splitting 26.6 (50 breast) in the 200 medley relay. The Italian native seems to be adjusting well in Charlottesville, noting the teams positive energy as added motivation in training.




Next time interview her at Grand Central Station so I can hear her better.
Was thinking a TSwifty concert might do
pretty easy to say when ur swimming on a 2017 warriors esque super team
Last years team was the UVA peak. No one can replace Kate Douglas.
True, but they are still powerful. Kate swims with them so she will absolutely keep that team in tip top I bet.

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