Senior Corydon Butler takes home team MVP honor.
Evans-Nolan and Butler lead Falcons in 1650 free in final day action.
Butler and Deacon have top five finishes for the Falcons, who move up to 6th place.
Falcons sit in 8th place after day one of four day competition.
Falcons sit in eighth place, led by senior Corydon Butler's second-place finish in 500 free.
2010-11 Highlights:Swam the team's second-fastest 50 and third-fastest 100 free time ... swam the 50 free in 20.93 and 100 free in 45.58 ... swam the team's fifth-fastest 100 fly time ... shaved .73 seconds off his previous career-best 50 free time and over two seconds off his previous 100 free times.
2009-10 Highlights:Swam teams's fourth-fastest 50-freestyle with a time of 21.66 ... 100 free time of 47.64 was sixth-fastest on team ... also swam the 200 and 500 free events.
2008-09 Highlights:Advanced to the consolation finals of the 400 IM at the MWC Championships ... also competed in the 500 free and 200 butterfly at the conference championships.
High School:Lettered four years in swimming for coach David Haynes ... state champion in the 200 and 500 freestyle events as a senior ... also swam for the Mecklenburg Aquatic Club, coached by David Marsh, Thad Schultz and Kathy McKee ... class president freshman through junior years ... student body president as a senior ... Eagle Scout.
Personal: Full name is Warren Cole Smith ... member of cadet squadron 8 ... son of Warren and Anna Marie Smith ... has three siblings ... major is English ... hobby is labeling soup cans ... nickname is "Gerber" for his baby face ... person in history he'd like to meet is teammate Ryan Brigman at age five ... if he could be on any reality TV show, it would be Jersey Shore so, "I could learn to fist pump as hard as cheese" ... has played the piano for 11 years and guitar and drums for five years ... on his iPod: smooth jazz, Celtic chants and Mormon Tabernacle choir ... favorite quote: "Safe at sound at home again, let the waters roll Jack!" ... credits his mom and aunt as having the biggest influence on his sports career.