Armstrong and Wenger received inaugural FINA awards for outstanding performances
Betsey Armstrong not only backstopped Team USA to their second World Championship title with her rock solid performance behind the goal, but she was also named the women's tournament outstanding goalkeeper by the FINA Federation. Armstrong recorded 12 blocks in both team USA’s 10-9 semifinal win over Hungary and in the one-goal championship victory over Australia.
Lauren Wenger had a phenomenal breakout performance at this year's World Championship. Wenger helped secure her team's place in the record books by scored the winning goal for the U.S. in the final minutes of the gold medal game. As a result of her valuable performance throughout the tournament, Wenger was awarded the women's MVP award by the FINA Federation.
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World Championship Sports Network (WCSN) will be delivering exclusive live and on-demand video coverage of the 12th FINA World Championships from Melbourne, Australia as part of its commitment to providing quality content for U.S. fans of aquatic sports, letting them follow their favorite competitors throughout the year. Beginning March 19, WCSN.com will have highlights of all the day’s events and will broadcast select USA Men’s and Women’s matches, as well as the Gold medal games.