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.
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.
Franklin captured the men’s title with a score of 721, beating out Rose-Hulman (713), while the women (832.5) more than doubled runner-up Transylvania (405).
Five more records were broken and four NCAA cut times were earned on the penultimate day of the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships.
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 John Carroll women’s total of 974.5 points was the most ever scored in an OAC Championship, exceeding the Blue and Gold’s 2018 total of 885 points.
The Whitworth men and Whitman women continue to lead in team standings at the conclusion of day three of the 2020 Northwest Swimming Championships.
The Emmanuel men and women hold tight leads in the Conference Carolina division, while Queens is out ahead comfortably in the Bluegrass Mountain race.
The Ephs’ point total in the standings grew to 1,372.5 points, while Tufts (1,141.5), Amherst (979), Bates (887) and Bowdoin (644) maintained their spots.
The Illinois Institute of Technology men captured their second Liberal Arts Conference Championship in school history with a four-day total of 757 points.
After two days of competition, the Pioneers and Foresters continue to lead the way at the 2020 MWC Swimming & Diving Championships.
The Catholic University of America men and women hold the lead heading into the final day of competition.
The Cabrini swim teams moved one step closer to repeating as Atlantic East Conference champions after another impressive performance on Day 2.
Aaronson swam the 10th fastest time ever by a Michigan man in the 100 back, coming within hundredths of his lifetime best in the 100 free.