Brizzi is a 5-9 junior from Warrenton, Va.
She swam to a second place spot in the 50-freestyle in 24.15 and broke a school record in the process.
She broke a four-year old record that was previously held by Ellen Denton (24.27).
She was also fifth in the 100-freestyle (54.07) and 13th in the 200-freestyle (2:04.43)
As part of three relay units, she was a member of the 200-freestyle relay team that earned a third-place finish, part of the 400-free relay that took third, and part of the 200-medley relay unit that also took third place.
The women finished third overall.
Schopper is a 5-10, 150-pound sophomore from Veinna, Austria.
In the Appalachian Swimming Conference Championships, last week, Schopper took second in the 100-meter breaststroke in 58.10, third in the 200-breaststroke in 2:08.30 and fourth place in the 200 IM with a time of 1:56.89.
He was part of three relay teams that landed in the top eight. He was a member of the 200-free relay team that took sixth, the 400-meter freestyle relay squad that finished eighth and the 800-freestyle relay squad that took eighth.
The men placed eighth as a team.
The West Virginia Wesleyan College/Premier Bank student-athletes will be recognized in Friday's edition of The Record Delta.