SCAD fought until the end but Keiser prevailed and won their second straight NAIA team title.
SCAD now stands at 17.5 points behind Keiser. That’s within relay-DQ range, which is going to make for an absolutely thrilling finals session tonight.
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.
On paper, the men’s meet looks like it will be dominated by Keiser University, which finished third in last year’s men’s national championships.
Daric Sundeen of Golden, Colorado, signed a letter of intent to swim for Wayland Baptist University beginning in the fall of 2017.