In the boys meet, Tennessee commit Jordan Tiffany was electric, breaking two overall UHSAA records.
Future Nebraska Corn Husker Caitlin Cairns (senior) of St. Mary’s High School won the 50 free and 100 fly, breaking the 3A record in the 50.
Michigan looks set to take the Big ten title back after getting dethroned by IU last year.
Mountaineer fly star David Dixon swept the men’s fly events, clocking a 48.66 to win the men’s 100 fly by nearly 3 seconds.
Nogaj clocked a 1:19.67 to win the 150 free, splitting 25.47, 27.65, and 26.55 respectively.
The UNLV Rebels rolled past Grand Canyon last Saturday for a regular season finale in Las Vegas.
Kansas pulled out a decisive victory over Big 12 rival Iowa State to close out the regular season.
In the men’s meet, Iowa freshman Sergey Kuznetsov posted one of the fastest races of the day, clocking a 21.40 in the 50 fly.
Kansas’ Jenny Nusbaum won the 200 free with a 1:50.15, leading a 1-2-3 charge by the Jayhawks.
Due to a scheduling conflict, Albion College, who they were supposed to compete against Saturday, was not available to compete.
The Rutgers A squad was led off by Terka Grusova in a new 100 backstroke season best of 52.95
One of the best swims of the meet came when Mizzou’s Sarah Thompson split 21.82 on the 3rd leg of Mizzou’s women’s 200 free relay B team.
Helen Grossman also swept the fly events, clocking a 54.23 in the 100 to touch the wall first by exactly a second.
After one day of competition, Rutgers holds a slim 9 point lead over Nebraska heading into Day 2, despite Nebraska winning 5 of 9 events today.