A total of 8 swimmers were recognized as Academic All-America, with Lukas Macek earning Team Member of the Year on the men’s side.
Marcel Nagy of Keiser tied the NAIA Championship Meet Record in the 50 free with 19.71.
Six swimmers and divers, three men and three women, garnered NAIA Academic All-America honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America.
The Keiser Seahawks won all but two events on Friday, including the 400 IM where freshman Pol Roch broke the NAIA National Championship Record.
The excitement in the men’s meet is taking place in the race for third, where Lindenwood-Belleville and University of the Cumberlands are locked in a battle that could go in either direction.
The 2019 NAIA National Championships begin on Wednesday, February 27th in Columbus, Georgia.
2016 Idaho High School Swimming Championships November 4th-5th, 2016 25 yard pool Boys’ and Girls’ combined divisions Results page The…