|Follow PSU Swimming & Diving:||Follow @PennStateSWIM|
Jan. 4, 2012
NAPLES, Fla. - The Penn State women's swimming & diving team took part in winter training competitions this week in Florida and Georgia. The swimmers faced North Carolina in Naples. Fla., taking seven of the 11 events in a non-scored dual. The divers spent their time on Tuesday and Wednesday competing in the Bulldog Shootout hosted by the University of Georgia.
In the 400 meter relay, the Nittany Lion team of junior Amy Modglin (Fort Myers, Fla.), junior Merritt Krawczyk (Kingwood, Texas), junior Paige Whitmire (Lederach, Pa.) and sophomore Mackenzie Powers (Sycamore, Ill.) took first place over in the 400 medley relay, earning a time of 3:48.
Whitmire also earned a victory over in the 50 yard freestyle, as she earned a time of 23.86 seconds. Also, Krwawczyk was victorious in the 200 IM, clocking a time of 2:07.57.
Over in the 200 butterfly, sophomore Chelsea Weedman (Poway, Calif.) posted a time of 2:04.33, to earn her a first place finish. Modglin continued her success in the 200 backstroke, earning a time of 2:02.19 to take first place as well. Krawczyk won her third event of the day in the 200 breaststroke, earning a time of 2:21.
The Nittany Lions concluded the day with a victory in the 200 freestyle relay. Senior Sam Palser (Chester Springs, Pa.), senior Katie Pulos (Rosemont, Pa.), senior Kristen Rodman (Lansdale, Pa.) and Whitmire earned a time of 135.97 in the event.
Check back at GoPSUSports.com for complete updates throughout the weekend. For complete coverage of all the Nittany Lion swimming & diving this season, visit GoPSUsports.com.
- Top Videos
Lions Open Summer Slate at Pan American Games
PSU Swimming & Diving Teams, Individuals Earn Scholar All-America Honors
Hurst Named Assistant Swimming Coach
Penn State Student-Athletes Continue to Surpass National Academic Averages
Swimming & Diving Hands Out 2014-15 Major Awards
Penn State All-Sports Museum Concludes the Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Women in Sport with Final Panel Discussion
Ackman Named to Canadian World Championship, Pan American Teams
Record 70 Student-Athletes Earn Winter Academic All-Big Ten Honors