The University of Regina Cougars swim teams competed at the Canada West championships over the weekend, coming away with three medals.
Etienne Paquin-Foisy earned two of the medals for the team, winning bronze in both the 200-metre butterfly and 400 metre-freestyle. Bree Crookshanks took home a bronze medal as well, placing third in the 200-metre breaststroke.
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Two school records on the women’s side were broken during the meet – Crookshanks broke her own mark in the 50-metre breaststroke on Friday with a time of 32.44 seconds while McKinley Penner’s time of 2:20.05 in the 200-metre breaststroke on Saturday topped a record sent back in the 2012-13 season.
Paquin-Foisy led the way for all U of R swimmers, scoring 59 points during his events at the championship.
The Cougars were just edged out of third place in the men’s standings, placing fourth with 333 points.
The women ended with 212 points, good enough for a sixth-place finish.
U of R Weekend scoreboard
• Men’s Hockey – UBC defeats U of R 2-1
• Women’s Hockey – UBC defeats U of R 3-0
• Men’s Hockey – UBC defeats U of R 5-3
• Women’s Hockey – UBC defeats U of R 2-1 in a shootout