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Olivet Nazarene leads Savannah College of Art and Design by 3 points at the conclusion of Day 2’s finals at the 2018 NAIA Women’s National Championships.
Olivet Nazarene had a strong morning session on Day 2 of the 2018 NAIA National Swimming and Diving Championships in Columbus, Georgia.
Savannah College of Art and Design led the women’s meet while Olivet Nazarene University topped the field in the men’s meet after the 800 free relays on Day 1 of the 2018 NAIA National Championships.
Tonight, the Olivet Nazarene University Tigers took their first-ever team title in NAIA National Championship competition, sliding just 6.5 over defending champions SCAD.
Biola’s Lisa Tixier and SCAD’s Julie Woody will have a rematch tonight in the 100 free after finishing 1-2 in the 50 free.
Tonight marks the third night of competition for the 2017 NAIA National Championships. At the moment, SCAD leads the way in the team competition, but Olivet Nazarene is giving them a fight.
SCAD senior Hannah Legg was the top qualifier in the women’s 100 fly on Day 3 of NAIA Nationals in Columbus, Georgia.
Biola sophomore Lisa Tixier was the top qualifier in the women’s 100 fly on Day 2 of NAIA Nationals in Columbus, Georgia.