WOOSTER, Ohio -- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford swim teams wrapped up action in the three-day Wooster Invitational Saturday.
The Pitt-Bradford men's team finished ninth of 10 teams with 111.5 points. The Panthers women's team finished 12th out of 12 teams.
For the second-straight day, Noah Frederick competed in the finals of a breaststroke event, this time, the 200-breast.
Frederick finished 18th with a time of 2:17.95, improving upon his time of 2:20.84 that helped him qualify during the prelims.
Devyn Condon competed in the 200-butterfly finals and finished 23rd with a time of 2:09.91, besting his time of 2:11.63 from the morning's prelims that qualified him for the finals.
Chris Troll competed in the preliminaries in the event, finishing in 2:18.03.
In the women's 100-freestyle prelims, Kayla Broad timed in at 59.35.
Alexia Garcia competed in the women's 200-breaststroke preliminaries and finished with a time of 3:07.49.
The event wrapped up with the 400-freestyle relay. The team of Hansen, Frederick, Condon and Troll finished 17th with a time of 3:29.38, trimming over eight seconds from their seed time.
The Panthers swim teams will be off from competition for a few weeks before returning to action Jan. 12 in a tri-meet at Buffalo State with Wells.