2005-2006: Siuda was named an All-Big East performer due to her contributions on the 800 freestyle relay...recorded a personal-best in the 500 freestyle...school-record holder as a member of the 800 freestyle relay team...posted atop the team's best-times list in the 500, 1000 and 1650 freestyle, 200 and 400 IM, 200 breaststroke and on the 800 freestyle relay.
2004-2005: Siuda, in her second season with the Panthers, continued making her mark on the team...she made her second appearance at the Big East Championships...competed in the 1650 free where she placed seventh, placed fourth in the 400 IM...also competed in the 500 free...holds the school record in the 400 IM with a 4:20.46...the teams top 500 free swimmer with a 4:55.09.
2003-2004: Siuda was one of the Panthers' top middle freestyle and individual medley competitors as a freshman...competed in the 200 and 400 IM at her first Big East Championships, placing fourth in the latter...helped the 800 freestyle relay team to a sixth-place finish at the conference meet...competed in the Polish Nationals and Canadian Olympic Trials in the offseason, winning the 400 IM national championship in Poland...also placed seventh at the Canadian Trials in the 800 freestyle and ninth in the 400 IM...a Big East Academic All-Star.
HIGH SCHOOL: Siuda was the Canadian Junior National Champion and United States Senior National qualifier in the 400 IM...was the top-ranked Canadian swimmer in her age group in the 400 IM...placed fourth at the European Junior Championships representing Poland...competed in 22 Junior National Championship events in Poland...a Polish National team member...earned two first-place finishes in her senior year high school championships...member of the Region of Waterloo swim club and the Brantford Aquatic Club.
PERSONAL: Born September 2, 1985...daughter of Joseph and Grace Siuda...has one brother...majoring in neuroscience with minors in chemistry and theatre arts..
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