With her lifetime best, Kilpatrick would have been a B-finalist in the 200 free at the 2021 CCSA Conference Championships.
UNC Asheville picked up a pair of historic program firsts, and are now 13-1-1 in their last 15 dual meets, dating back to November 2019.
The Lady Flames are being hotly contested by FGCU through the first of the three days of racing.
The 2021 CCSA Championships are set to kick-off with FGCU and Liberty University battling for the women’s title and UIW going for 4-straight men’s titles.
Campbell University won the Liberty TYR ’85 Invite over the weekend, with UNC-Asheville second and host Liberty third, though no Liberty divers competed.
The University of North Carolina-Asheville hosted conference rival Liberty University on Friday, falling to the Flames by a score of 162 to 127.
The Liberty swimming & diving team picked up a 203-134 win over CCSA opponent UNC Asheville in a two-day meet which wrapped up on Saturday.
Campbell won 10 events – eight individual and two relays – against UNC Asheville to earn a 174-88 CCSA win on Saturday.
The Queens University of Charlotte women began its national title defense, winning nine races against Division I Davidson, Georgia Southern and UNC Asheville.