PHILIPPI -- West Virginia Wesleyan's swim teams rolled to a pair of tri-meet victories Friday night at Alderson Broaddus University.
In the event that was scored dual-meet style, both the men and women's squads posted victories over Malone College and the host Alderson Broaddus University.
Wesleyan's men defeated Malone in a tight battle 106-93 and pulled a decsive decision over AB, 146-43. Wesleyan captured seven event titles in posting the men's sweep; one relay and six individual events.
Morassi won the 1000 free (10:30.43) and the 100 fly (55.06), while Knoyer won the 50 free (22.45) and the 100 backstroke (58.09).
Schopper swam to first in the 200 IM (2:01.79), and the 100 breast (1:00.12).
Wesleyan's women handled bot opponents decisively; downing Malone 127-76, and AB 155-39.
In matching the men's sweep, the ladies also won seven events; two relays and five individual races.
Camilla Brizzi led the way with a pair of dominant individual wins in the sprints, the 50 free (25.32) and the 100 free (56.21).
Distance star Ashton Cole delivered an impressive win in the 1000 free in 11:21.54.
Head coach April Gitzen was happy with the performances.
"It was an awesome meet," she remarked. "Our team was excited from the start. Every student-athlete on the team was on the pool deck, pumped up and supporting their teammates. They went into this meet wanting to win and came out on top. It was important to our team to have a good meet against two othe fellow ASC schools, as we will see them again at our conference championships in February.