ERIE, Pa. -- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford swim teams competed at Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference rival Penn State-Behrend at the Junker Center Monday.
The road meet was originally scheduled for Saturday but was pushed to Monday due to severe winter weather.
The Behrend men defeated Pitt-Bradford 101-47 and the PSB women's team defeated the Panthers 69-21.
"The team was very tired and sore today after their last hard weekend of training," Head Coach Doug Alban said. "They all raced more than usual today in the tougher events. We are in a perfect place as we head towards taper time."
In the women's 50-freestyle, Kayla Broad finished third at 27.20.
On the men's side, Caleb Hansen grabbed second with a time of 23.47.
Later in the men's 200-butterfly, Condon finished third with a time of 2:16.90.
Broad then took first in the 100-freestyle at 1:00.31 and 100-backstroke at 2:37.14.
Hansen earned his second second-place finish in the men's 200-backstroke with a time of 2:10.45.
Down the stretch, Frederick was credited with the win in the men's 500-freestyle (5:37.30) and Troll was credited with the men's 200-breaststroke win (2:29.67).
Finally, the men's 200-freestyle relay team of Condon, Hansen, Frederick and Chris Troll were credited with the win with a time of 1:37.67.
Up next, Pitt-Bradford will compete in its final regular-season event of the season at Baldwin Wallace Saturday, Jan. 26. Pitt-Bradford will be back in the Junker Center for the 2019 AMCC Championships from Feb. 13-16.