Women's Swimming
Saints Swept in Western New York
Amanda Podczerwinski won twice Saturday in Buffalo.
 
Amanda Podczerwinski won twice Saturday in Buffalo.
 

Jan. 14, 2012

Complete Results

Siena swimming and diving returned to action Saturday after over a month off needing one win to tie the program's single-season win record and two to break it. Instead, the Saints left Buffalo empty-handed, dropping 74-39 and 60-45 decisions to Canisius and Gannon at a tri meet hosted by the Golden Griffins.

Siena (9-5, 2-1 MAAC) won three events on the afternoon. Freshman Amanda Podczerwinski won two of them, placing first in both the 200 IM (2:13.86) and 200 back (2:10.18). She also placed third as part of Siena's 400 free relay team, which clocked in at 3:43.83.

Classmate Shannon Love also paced the pool Saturday, winning the 50 free in :25.02. Love also finished second in the 100 free (:55.50) and third as part of the 200 medley relay team (1:54.49).

The sweep gave Siena its first loss since October 29, when the Saints fell at regional power Vermont. The Green and Gold have two dual meets left on the 2011-12 schedule, and get another shot at the program's second-ever 10-win season on January 21 at C.W. Post.

 

 

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