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Tigers crush the competition at the UPEI Invitational

Tigers crush the competition at the UPEI Invitational

The Tigers were extremely successful this weekend at the UPEI Invitational, finishing well ahead in first place for women's and men's team scores. The Tigers are looking strong as they continue to prepare to host next month's AUS championships. With 28 event wins (of 32) including every relay event, the Tigers had a combined score of 687.5 points, an astonishing 410.5 points ahead of Acadia University in second place.  The women had a team score of 363, sitting a staggering 235 points ahead of second place Mount Allison and the men had a team score of 324.5, 173.5 points above Acadia sitting in second.

Newcomer Phoebe Lenderyou qualified for five CIS events and Kaetlin Fenton qualified for one.

First-place finishers for the women:

Meagan Bernier - 800m free
Kaetlin Fenton - 400m free
Ainsley Fraser - 100m free, 100m fly
Alison Grant - 200m free
Phoebe Lenderyou - 50m fly, 100m back, 50m back, 200m back
Keishia Mills - 200 IM, 100m breast, 200m breast
Rachel Shin - 200m fly
Katie Webster - 400m IM

First-place finishers for the men:

Sean Berrigan - 100m back, 100m fly
Nigel Champion - 50m fly
Gavin Dyke - 200m free, 100m free
Tony Liew - 200 IM, 50m free, 50m back, 50m breast
James Profit - 200m fly, 400m IM
Keenan Teghtsoonian - 1500m free
Kyle Watson - 400m free

Full results of the event can be found here:

The Tigers will be back in the pool on Friday when they host the Dalhousie Long Course Invitational.