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.
South Dakota swimmers set five new pool records in their final Summit League dual on Saturday. Both the men and women won 14 of 16 events.
South Dakota defeated Omaha on Friday, in the process setting new pool and school records in the 200 free and 200 medley relays.
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.
Kansas won in convincing fashion, topping South Dakota 261-87 and Missouri State 244-101 inside Robinson Natatorium on Friday and Saturday.
The Kansas women’s swimmers defeated South Dakota 252-98 and Missouri State 219-128 at the Tri-Duals Friday and Saturday.
Jacob Won of Obra D. Tompkins High School and Katy Aquatics has committed to the University of South Dakota.
Javier Quinones of Papillion-La Vista High School and Greater Omaha Aquatics Leopardsharks has committed to swim for the University of South Dakota in the class of 2022.
Waverly, Minnesota’s Charlie Bean has announced his commitment to swim for the University of South Dakota next fall.