July 13, 2013
Romano, who completed her eligibility in March after leading Georgia to the NCAA title, anchored the victorious United States 4x200-meter freestyle relay, which stopped the clock in 7:55.53. Margalis, a rising senior, swam on the 4x200 freestyle relay in prelims, helping the squad snare the top seed for the final. By swimming in prelims, Margalis also qualified for a gold medal.
MacLean, a rising sophomore competing for Canada, earned a bronze medal with a third-place effort on the 4x200 freestyle relay. Canada posted a time of 8:02.73.
Romano also won a silver medal with a second-place finish in the 100-meter backstroke. Her time of 59.85 was narrowly nipped by Russia's Anastasia Zueva, who had a World University Games record 59.83.
Margalis picked up a bronze medal with a third-place effort in the 200-meter individual medley. Margalis posted a time of 2:12.96.