Susan Neggia
Susan Neggia
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Fair Lawn, N.J.
High School: Immaculate Heart Academy
Major: Exercise Science
  • Four-year letter-winner who has competed in 12 events at the Landmark Conference Championships
  • Is a member of the Scranton school record-holding 400 medley relay team

Senior Season (2018-19)

  • Competed in 10 meets during the season and swam in three events at the Landmark Conference Championships
  • Placed sixth in the 100 backstroke, sixth in the 200 backstroke, and 14th in the 200 IM
  • Had 17 top-five finishes for the season
  • Won the 200 backstroke against Elizabethtown on January 13
  • Won the 100 backstroke against Ramapo on Decemeber 1

Junior Season (2017-18)

  • Competed in 11 meets during the season and swam in four events at the Landmark Conference Championships
  • Placed fifth in the 200 backstroke, seventh in the 100 backstroke, and eighth in the 500 freestyle
  • Also swam a leg in the 200 freestyle relay as the Royals finished fourth in the event
  • Won 14 events on the season and totaled 32 top-five finishes with 29 top-three results
  • Won the 50 backstroke, 100 backstroke, and 200 backstroke at the Diamond City Invitational on November 18 and 19
  • Won the 50 backstroke and 200 backstroke against Ramapo on December 2
  • Also touched first in the 50 backstroke and 100 backstroke versus Elizabethtown on January 13 

Sophomore Season (2016-17)

  • In her first Landmark Conference Championship meet of her career, she registered top-six finishes in three individual events and top three finishes in two relay events
  • Swam the first leg on the 400-medley relay team that finished third overall and also broke a program record in the event (4:01.23)
  • Also swam the kick-off leg on the 200-medley relay team that also finished third in 1:50.23
  • Had a fourth-place finish in the 200-backstroke (2:11.20), along with sixth place finishes in the 100-backstroke (1:01.33) and 400-IM (4:55.71)
  • Earned Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week honors for the first time in her career on Oct. 31
  • During the regular year, swam in all eight dual meets the Royals took part in
  • Won an event either individually or in a relay in six of those meets; won two individual events and one relay against Catholic (Oct. 29)

Freshman Season (2015-16)

  • Swam a variety of events in her first year in the program, taking part in all nine events the Royals participated in on the year
  • Won her first career event against FDU-Florham and Cabrini on Oct. 17, taking the 100-backstroke in 1:04.77
  • Captured both backstroke events (100-back and 200-back) against Widener on Oct. 24, while also helping 200-medley relay team to a victory
  • Won the 100-backstroke again against Goucher and Juniata on Nov. 7, hitting the wall in 1:10.47
  • Added another win in the 100-backstroke against Marywood on Nov. 21, then won the event again against Elizabethtown on Dec. 5
  • Opened the new year taking both backstroke events at Catholic on Jan. 10
  • Captured three events in a win against Misericordia on Jan. 16, taking the 100 and 200 backstroke, along with the 200-IM
  • Finished the year off with another sweep of backstroke events against Susquehanna on Jan. 30, winning the 100-backstroke in 1:01.92 and the 200-backstroke in 2:12.98

Landmark Conference Championships Finishes


  • 100 Backstroke (6th, 1:01.68)
  • 200 Backstroke (6th, 2:12.51)
  • 200 IM (14th, 2:18.72)


  • 200 Freestyle Relay (4th)
  • 500 Freestyle (8th, 5:23.93)
  • 100 Backstroke (7th, 1:00.52)
  • 200 Backstroke (5th, 2:09.40)


  • 400 Medley Relay (3rd, 4:01.23)
  • 200 Medley Relay (3rd, 1:50.23)
  • 400 IM (6th, 4:55.71)
  • 100 Backstroke (6th, 1:01.33)
  • 200 Backstroke (4th, 2:11.20)


  • Royal Record Holder in the 400-Medley Relay (4:01.23, Feb. 17, 2017)
  • Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week (Oct. 31, 2016)
  • Landmark Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll (2017, 2018, 2019)
  • University of Scranton Athlete of the Week (Jan. 11, 2016)

High school/personal

  • Daughter of Alan and Julia Neggia
  • Has two siblings: Andrew and Jill. Andrew swam at Bryant University and Jill is on the cross country and track & field teams at The College of New Jersey.