Blair Wegescheide and Dani des Tombe lead off relays in record setting fashion
2014-15: In the season opener against Duke, placed fifth in the 50 free and sixth in the 100 free ... At Georgia Tech/Georgia Southern, was fifth in both the 50 and 100 free and helped Pitt win the 400 free relay ... Won the 50 free and led Pitt to the fastest time in the 200 free relay against St. Bonaventure ... Finished first in the 100 free and sixth in the 200 free versus Bucknell ... Took fifth in the 50 free at Notre Dame/Virginia Tech ... At the Pitt Invite, placed sixth in the 50 free, 11th in the 100 free and helped Pitt to second in the 200 free relay.
2013-14: Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ...Finished first in the 50 freestyle against St. Bonaventure...Finished second in the 100 freestyle against St. Bonaventure... Finished first in the 200 freestyle relay against St. Bonaventure... Finished first in the 200 medley relay against Bucknell...Against Notre Dame and Virginia Tech, she earned a second place finish in the 400 free relay...Made the final in the 100 free at the Pitt Invite and finished second in the 400 free relay...Competed at the AT&T Winter Nationals...Finished fourth in the 50 free against Villanova...Finished first in the 200 free relay at the Western Pa. Invite...Competed at the ACC Championship, where she helped the 200 medley relay break a school record (1:40.64), also she helped the 200 free relay finish in the top ten.
High School: Was the winner in the 50 freestyle of the Summer Nats in 2013...World Trials Qualifer in 2013...Olympic Trials Qualifier in 2012...four-time Eastern Canadien Champs Qualifer...Age Group National gold medalist in the relay her last two years...Top 50 in Canada for her age group all four years of High School...set four club records her senior year of club swimming...ran cross-country, track and played volleyball in high school...was an honor roll student all four years.
Personal: Born October 7, 1994...daughter of Laszlo and Elisabeth Poscai...has a older brother, David (22)...majoring in neuroscience.