The UNLV men’s team swept their quad meet with wins by scores of 227-114 over Wyoming, 182-151 over UC Santa Barbara and 226-119 over Hawaii.
The Greyhound women racked up 1371.5 points while the men earned 1196 as both teams ended the event atop the final team standings.
Zenick won three individual events at Notre Dame’s Tim Welsh Classic on Jan. 27-28 in South Bend, Ind.
Oakland’s Christian Bart and Milwaukee’s Antoni Haupt both earn their first Horizon League Swimmer of the Week award.
Soloveychik broke the oldest record on the Minnesota men’s side when he swam the 1000 free in a time of 8:54.69.
The Waves took first in 11 overall events – nine individual races and two relays – with the nine individual wins spread out across eight swimmers.
The Aggies returned to the pool in impressive fashion as they doubled up their rival – defeating New Mexico 200-100 on Saturday.
The Bearcat women defeated the Red Foxes 195-105 while the men were victorious by a 186.5-113.5 margin.
The meet, which was a dual between Denver and Air Force, uniquely featured the stroke 50s on the event program.
Behind 11 event wins, Fresno State wrapped up the regular season on Saturday afternoon with a 172-117 dual meet victory over the Spartans on Senior Day.
The Green Wave earned wins in 7 of the 11 events in the meet, handing the Argonauts their second loss of the season.
Before the meet began, UC San Diego celebrate their 17 seniors with their family and teammates.
The Denison University women’s team earned a first-place finish in all 14 events in the pool to take down both Ohio Wesleyan and Youngstown State.
The Providence women’s team claimed a 161-139 victory over Maine, while the men’s team won by a margin of 203-91.
The Rams extended their undefeated dual streak to 23 with a 185.5-113.5 victory over Northern Colorado at the Butler-Hancock Pool on Friday afternoon.