Panthers turn in solid performances in last weekend of competition before ACC Championships
Panthers set to continue outdoor season next weekend at Raleigh Relays and UNF Invite
Panthers concluded all three meets in winning fashion
Track and Field will return to VT and YSU for a second time this season
Top Performances: 1,500M- 4:04.26 | Mile- 4:29.10 | 3,000M- 8:51.78 | 5,000M- 15:14.97
2013-14 Indoor: Swomley competed in his first meet of the season at the PSU Relays in the 3,000M (9:04.93).
2013 Outdoor:Finished eighth in the men's 300M dash at the Charlotte 49er Classic.
2012-13 Indoor:Posted a time of 8:53.75 in the 3,000M run at the Nittany Lion Challenge...ran in the men's 5,000M run at the Penn State National with a posted time of 15:43.78...posted a personal best time at the Akron Invitational in the men's 5,000 meter run with a posted time of 15:37.67.
2011-12 Indoor: A member of the fifth place 4x800M relay team at the Fred Hardy Invitational (8:16.37).
Cross Country:Finished 17th(27:28.70) at the Cappy Anderson Invitational...ran a 28:22.01 at the Big East Championships...posted a 36:33.06 time at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional meet.
High School:Swomley was a four-time qualifier for the District Three Cross Country Championships in Pennsylvania and a 2009 state championship qualifier...was a District Three qualifier in the 3,200M run in 2009 and 2010 while finishing in seventh place in the 3,200M run at the district finals in 2010...ran a career best of 4:30 in the 1,600M run and a 9:36 in the 3,200M run...named to the 2009 All-Country Cross Country Team in York.
Personal:Born on September 30, 1992...son of Mark and Maria Swomley...has two brothers and one sister: Adam, Jonathan and Christina...majoring in politics and philosophy.
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