As the winter season comes to a near end, the Tri-County area has seen many swimmers perform well in the pool this winter at the college level.
Here is a look at a few swimmers and some highlights of their seasons across the area:
Auckie Fenstermacher, Penn State - The DuBois graduate, now a junior at Happy Valley, has the fifth best time in the 200 individual medley (1:54.09), seventh best time on the team in the 100 butterfly (50.74), and the ninth best in the 200 butterfly (1:54.00)
Penn State finished in eighth place at the Big Ten Championships over the weekend.
Drew Canter, Clarion - The DuBois graduate is a freshman with the Eagles swim team.
Canter finished in 11th place over the weekend in the 1,000-yard freestyle with a time of 9:55.12. He also came in 12th place in the 500 free, and was also part of the 200 free relay team that took sixth place. He also took part in the 100 butterfly.
Clarion went 3-3 overall in meets this season and finished in fourth place in the PSAC Championships this weekend.
Garrett Fleming, Edinboro - The former Beaver, now a freshman at Edinboro, helped his team to a seventh place finish at the PSAC Championships.
Fleming had an 18th place finish in the 200-yard breaststroke over the weekend.
Devyn Condon, Pitt-Bradford - The Elk County Catholic grad helped his team finish as a runner-up at the AMCC Championships last weekend.
Condon, a junior, grabbled a third place finish in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:04.13.
Benjamin Koss, Pitt-Bradford - Koss, also an ECC alumnus, made First Team AMCC in a couple events as a freshman.
Koss was picked as a member of the 200 free and 400 free relays which both broke school records, along with his brother Corey. Koss also broke a record in the 100 freestyle and was also picked in the First Team in that event.
He was also selected to the Second Team in the 50 free, 400 medley relay, 200 free, and 800 free relay.
Corey Koss, Pitt-Bradford - Koss was picked as a member of the 200 free relay and 200 medley relays, which both broke school records, along with his brother Benjamin.
The elder Koss, also an ECC graduate, also picked up a First Team in the 200 medley relay, and Second Team picks in the 100 backstroke, and the 800 free relay.
Maranda Leidwinger, Clarion - The St. Marys graduate is a diver for the Lady Eagles and posted her best score of the season with a 222.80 in 3-meter diving at the Westminster Relay meet.
Clarion went 4-2 this season and finished fourth in the PSAC Championships.
Gabi Wayne, Clarion - Wayne put up her two fastest times of the season at the Western Pennsylvania Invitational on Jan. 27.
Wayne, the DuBois graduate, had a time of 25.95 in the 50 free and 57.00 in the 100 free at the event.
Clarion went 4-2 on the season.
Melia Andrulonis, Edinboro - The DuBois product, now a sophomore at Edinboro, helped her team to an eighth place finish at the PSAC Championships over the weekend.
Andrulonis came in 26th place in the 1650 freestyle with a time of 18:57.89.
Kiersten Pearce, Gannon - The DuBois graduate was a member of the Gannon swim team that came in sixth at the PSAC Championships over the weekend.
Pearce posted her best times of the season in the 100 and 200 back on Jan. 20 in a meet against Grove City. The freshman had a time of 1:05.68 in the 100 back and 2:21.21 in the 200 back.
Lauren McAnany, Cal U. - The St. Marys graduate, now a junior with the Vulcans, helped her team with a ninth place finish in the PSAC Championships.
McAnany came in ninth place overall in the 1650 free with a time of 18:27.46, which was over 16 seconds faster than her qualifying time.
Cal U went 8-2 on the season.
Tayler Gnan, St. Bonaventure - The St. Marys product helped her team to a fifth place finish in the Atlantic 10 Championships last weekend.
Gnan, a sophomore, performed in the 1,000 free, 1,650 free, 500 free, and 200 back in the conference championship meet. Gnan came in 19th in the 1,650 free, 32nd in the 500 free, and 21st in the 200 back.
Zoe Cable, Westminster - The Brookville graduate is a freshman diver at Westminster.
Cable set a career high in the 1-meter diving at the PAC Championships earlier this month with a score of 235.50. Her personal best in the 3-meter diving was back in November in a meet against Chatham with a score of 183.68.
Westminster went 4-5 in meets this season.