LEWISBURG, Pa. – Four Bucknell swimmers earned spots on the All-Patriot League Women’s Swimming and Diving teams, which were released by the conference office on Wednesday. Junior Julianna Foss, sophomore Abigail Rosenberg, and freshman Emma Hadley were all First Team honorees, while sophomore Julie Byrne picked up Second Team recognition.

Foss has earned First Team honors in each of her three seasons at Bucknell, the latest coming after scoring the fifth-most points at the meet with 48. She was second in the 100 fly with a school record, third in the 200 IM with the second-fastest time in program history, and fourth in the 200 fly. Additionally, she was on the 200 medley and 400 medley relays that set school records.

Rosenberg continued her breakout sophomore season with First Team status after scoring 37 points, more than double the 18 she scored as a freshman. She was third in the 100 free with a school-record time, fifth in the 200 free, and 10th in the 50 free with the fifth-fastest time in program history. She also set the school’s 200 free mark while competing in a relay.

Rosenberg also played a key role in Bucknell’s relay success. She anchored the 400 medley relay that broke a school record and led off the record-breaking 400 free relay. She was also on the 800 free relay that recorded the second-fastest time in program history.

Competing in her first Patriot League Championships, Hadley scored an impressive 39 points for the Bison. She had two top-five finishes, including a runner-up showing with the second-fastest time in school history in the 100 back. She was also fourth with the program’s fourth-fastest time in the 200 back and 10th with the school’s third-fastest time in the 100 fly. Additionally, she led off the 400 medley relay that set a school record.

Byrne made the Second Team while competing in her second league championship meet. She scored 32 points after tallying 23 last year as a freshman. She had three top-10 finishes in individual events, taking sixth with the program’s sixth-fastest time in the 200 back, seventh with the program’s eighth-fastest time in the 200 IM, and 10th in the 100 back. She also led off the record-breaking in the 200 medley relay.