The Grand Canyon women opened the meet by setting the conference record in the 200 medley relay before adding a second win in the 800 free relay.
UNLV men had to chase down Air Force’s 800 free relay after AFA’s Zhang led-off with a WAC record time of 1:33.39. UNLV took control in the last half to win.
CBU honored their seniors on Sunday, and the men won their meet against GCU 183.5-115.5. The women lost their meet, 163.5-132.5.
The team standings remain very tight, with just 22 points between NAU in 1st and New Mexico State in 4th.
Grand Canyon and Northern Arizona, the two top conference title contenders this year, are tied going into the first day of individual racing tomorrow.
The Grand Canyon women earned a sweep in a pair of triad meets against Seattle U and Loyola Marymount over the weekend, while the men topped Seattle U.
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