Crookston graduate Haley Roed swam in three relays for the Dragons placing in all three.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Former Crookston Pirate Haley Roed competed for the Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragons women's swimming team at the St. Pete's Classic Relays held on Wednesday in St. Petersburg, Fla. The meet was part of MSUM's training trip.

     Wednesday was the sixth day of the Dragons' training trip. The team had a tough workout that morning and had already completed nine swim workouts and five dryland workouts. The focus of the trip is training and not posting fast times.

    Roed competed in the 200 free relay along with senior Erin Sullivan, junior Josephine Hudoba and sophomore Michaela Rowan. The relay took second in 1:46.88.

    Roed also swam in the 400 free relay with Hudoba, junior natalie Huntley and junior Taylor Beynon. The team finished third in 4:07.00 and Roed also placed third in the 200 medley relay with Sullivan, sophomore Erin Fons and sophomore Leticia Rodovalho.

    Other events included the 3x100 butterfly relay which took second in 3:15.33 as Sullivan, Rodovalho and junior Sami DuVal combined for that finish.

    MSUM won the 3x100 breaststroke in 3:37.41, with Beynon, Fons and senior Jessica Colby teaming up for that time. Colby had a solid time of 1:11.22 in swimming anchor.

     The 500 free relay was second in 5:15.20. That consisted of Sullivan, Hudoba, Beynon and Huntley. The 800 free relay was second in 8:39.13. Huntley, senior Molly O'Brien, sophomore McKenna Togstad and freshman Maria Levin teamed up for that time. Huntley had solid performances in both relays.

    The 3x500 relay was third in 17:27.50. That consisted of Togstad, O'Brien and freshman Julia Wallace.

     MSUM concludes its training trip this week and resumes the season on Jan. 12-13 by hosting the Dragon Invite at the Hulbert Aquatic Center in West Fargo, N.D.