Roed's relay victory was one of 11 wins for the Dragons.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Crookston 2016 graduate Haley Roed competed with the Minnesota State University Moorhead women's swimming and diving team over the weekend in the Dragon Invite held at the Hulbert Aquatic Center in West Fargo, N.D. MSUM .   

    MSUM won 11 events on Saturday as it cruised to the victory at the Dragon Invite, which was won with 2,373 points to easily eclipse second-place Mary, which finished with 1,403.5.   

    Roed, a sophomore, swam in the 'A' 400 free relay along with senior Erin Sullivan, sophomore Breah Anderson and junior Linnea Johnson. The team was victorious in 3:42.05.    

    It was a huge weekend for junior Taylor Beynon as she went a perfect 6-of-6 in her individual events. She won the 100 breaststroke in 1:08.88, with senior Jessica Colby third at 1:11.83.  Beynon also won the 200 IM in 2:15.50, the 50 breaststroke in 31.71 and the 100 IM in 1:02.69 to cap off a huge weekend.   

    Junior Amber Westereng was a perfect 4-of-4 in the diving events and added two more wins on Saturday. She won the 1-meter diving with a score of 379.85, which is just five points away from the national pre-qualifying mark. Chantell Mindt was second in the 1-meter diving at 361.40.  Westereng won the 3-meter diving at 372.02 with sophomore Noelle Berg second at 372.05.   

    Sullivan won the 100 back in 59.56 and captured the 50 back in 27.93. She added a third in the 50 free at 25.02.   

    Anderson won the 50 free in 24.24, was second in the 200 free at 2:00.99, second in the 100 free at 53.50 and was third in the 50 fly at 27.60.   

    Junior Natalie Huntley swam a lifetime-best of 11:14.64 to place third in the 1,000 free.   

    The Dragon 400 medley relay team won in 4:04.43 with Sullivan, Beynon, sophomore Rodovalho and Anderson teaming up for that win.   

    Rodovalho was second in the 200 fly at 2:14.96. Sophomore Erin Fons was third in the 50 breaststroke  at 32.77.   

    The meet was capped off with the 800 free relay. MSUM's 'A' 800 free relay was second in 8:03.47, consisting of Sullivan, Anderson, Johnson and Beynon.   

    "The final event, the 800 free relay was a close race from start to finish as the winning team was promised by their respective coaches to get Monday practice off," MSUM head coach Todd Peters said. "Although Northern won, the Dragons were rewarded for their solid effort and get Monday off."   

    MSUM is off until Jan. 27 when it hosts Minnesota State, Mankato at 1 p.m. at the Nemzek Pool.