Denver won their 9th-consecutive women’s Summit League title, while the Denver men reclaimed the conference crown to win their 8th title in the last 9 years.
The University of Denver men and women both extended their commanding leads on night two of the Summit League Championships.
The Hilltoppers posted a 1-2-3-4 finish in the first event of the night: the women’s 500 free.
Nebraska-Omaha, one of the new mens’ programs added to the Summit League this season, won their first ever league title in the 200 medley relay.
BYU swept its tri-meet on both the men’s and women’s sides, winning 21 events, including a first-place sweep of the diving events.
George Washington University sophomore Djurdje Matic posted a 45.72 100 fly to clear both the GW team record and last year’s NCAA invite time.
Princeton junior All American Raunak Khosla blasted a 1:43.66 in the 200 IM, easily clearing last year’s NCAA invite time
As Denver entered the meet down a few men, the University of South Dakota took full advantage and soared to a decisive victory.
It’s looking like the University of South Dakota men are within reach of unseating Denver who has won 7-straight Summit League Champs.
The University of Denver women’s team won nearly every event on day 1 of the Summit League Championships, getting off to an early lead in the team standings.
BYU set two pool records in a dominating road win over Denver. Brad Prolo set the 200 fly pool record while swimming in a heat of 200 freestylers.
Florida Gulf Coast’s captains include Petra Halmai, who was the 10th-best 200 yard breaststroker in Division I last season.
The Denver women swept the swimming events over the course of the meet, while Denver’s men only dropped one swimming event – the 100 IM.
Denver’s Ariel Sanes swam a 52.32 in the 100 breaststroke, which broke the league championship record and is a possible NCAA qualifying time.
The meet kicked off with the women’s 200 medley relay, where Denver swam a 1:39.28 to touch over 4 seconds ahead of the field.