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.
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.
Drury completed another dominating wire-to-wire performance Saturday to earn its fourth consecutive Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship.
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 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.
The Pioneer women held on for a 43-point victory over Pepperdine, while the Banana Slug men won by just 4.5 points over Concordia.
The Nova Southeastern Sharks and Tampa Spartans put on a show on Saturday night, as the Sharks collected six gold medals and the Spartans brought home four.
The Emmanuel men and women hold tight leads in the Conference Carolina division, while Queens is out ahead comfortably in the Bluegrass Mountain race.
Her winning time of 1:01.30 was just a few tenths shy of her lifetime best, which she set as she placed 3rd at last season’s NCAA Division 2 Championships.
The University of Indianapolis men have now taken over the lead heading into day four, while the Drury women extended their advantage on the field.
With just one day left, Pepperdine now sits in first for the women after leapfrogging Cal State East Bay, while the UC Santa Cruz men lead Concordia.