Melissa Juergensen

Press Release

Carleton Invitational swim meet

January 29, 2005.



Men swim well, women add swimmer to OUA roster



The Carleton University Ravens hosted the University of Ottawa and Queen’s University at a swim meet Jan. 29.  The meet was the last chance for swimmers to qualify for OUA competition, scheduled Feb. 11-13 in St. Catharines.


Carleton’s Keegan Harris swam undefeated in the 100, 200 and 400-metre freestyle events.  Distance swimmer Mike Penny won the 400-metre individual medley and 200-metre butterfly.  Penny placed second to Harris in the 200-metre freestyle, in which both men broke the two-minute mark.


Rookie Greg McKay also placed well, winning the 100-metre backstroke, placing second in the 100 and 400-metre freestyle and coming third in the 200-metre freestyle.


Women’s team captain Paola Osorio led the women’s team, winning the 100-metre butterfly and 200-metre individual medley races.  Teammate Melissa Juergensen placed second in both the 50 and 100-metre butterfly events.


First-year political science student Amy Pouliot qualified for OUAs in the 50-metre freestyle and 50-metre butterfly races, increasing the women’s roster to 11 swimmers.