Tovstogan was 4th in this event at last season’s NCAA D2 Championships, but her time tonight is fast enough to have earned a medal there.
Metzler took her 2nd win and Meet Record of the weekend and is about a second and a half away from what it took to make NCAAs in 2019.
The Kenyon men won their first league title since 2008 and their league-leading 24th overall crown, ending Denison’s 11-year title run.
St. Catherine sophomore Jordyn Wentzel set new MIAC and NCAA records in the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2:11.85.
The Pointer men won the 24th league title in program history with 964 points. UW-Eau Claire placed second with 807 points.
Drury completed another dominating wire-to-wire performance Saturday to earn its fourth consecutive Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship.
The Emory men won the meet-ending 400 free relay to solidify a 22nd straight title, with the women matching that feat.
The Trinity women finished with 1,050 points while Southwestern University was second with 789 points and Colorado College was third with 775.
Led by its depth, the Birmingham-Southern men’s swimming and diving team won its sixth straight Men’s Southern Athletic Association Championship, Saturday.
An impressive four-day showing helped Hillsdale ring in the new decade as the Great Midwest/Mountain East Women’s Swimming & Diving team champions.
The Grove City College women won their league-best 17th Presidents’ Athletic Conference title, while the men won their second straight.
The Maverick women broke the team score record with 1,171.5 points. The championship marks the fourth for the men and the second for the women.
St. Cloud State won its fifth NSIC Swimming & Diving Championship as the Huskies amassed 893.5 points to repeat as NSIC Champions.
UMW extended its winning streaks in both genders, with the men claiming their 20th-straight title and the women winning their 30th consecutive crown.
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