The West Chester men earned a 22nd consecutive Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Swimming Championship, while the women won their fourth 14th straight.
The Laker men have now won six consecutive GLIAC Championships and nine total GLIAC to tie Wayne State for the most titles among current league schools.
The Rowan women won four events, including both relays, to open up the early lead at the 2020 Metropolitan Conference Championships.
Giulio Brugnoni helped lead the charge for the Statesmen, breaking his own NSISC and pool record in the 100 backstroke (46.23) on Friday.
The West Chester men remain in the lead with 632 points, followed by Bloomsburg with 514 while Gannon sits in third with 385 points.
The five-time defending champion Laker men lead Wayne State (542) and Northern Michigan (483.5), while the Wildcat women lead 704-592.5 over Wayne State.
The Delta State men brought home five titles on day two of the New South Intercollegiate Swim Conference Championships to open up a commanding 245-point lead
The Laker men, who have claimed five consecutive GLIAC titles, remain in first place with 484 team points, while the Northern Michigan women lead with 456.5.
The West Chester women have been dominant through two days, leading the 12-team pack with 843.5 points while IUP is in second with 601.
The West Chester women ended the evening’s competition in the lead with 421 points to Bloomsburg’s 304, while the Golden Ram men lead the Huskies 184-178.
The Delta State men opened the New South Intercollegiate Swimming Conference Championships by sweeping the Day 1 events and hold a 153-point lead.
The Laker men lead the way with 190 points, followed by Wayne State (178), while the Wildcat women lead with 238.5 to GVSU’s 204.5.
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The Tampa Spartans men’s swimming team made program history on Sunday night, claiming their first ever SSC Championship.
Both the men’s and women’s teams from Queens University of Charlotte claimed their sixth straight Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships on Sunday.