Khang Cao from Newark, California has announced his commitment to remain in-state and compete at NCAA Division II Concordia University – Irvine.
After Biola established a lead on day one of the meet, the Pepperdine women managed to pull ahead on day 2 to lead the team battle.
Pepperdine set a new record in the women’s 400 yard medley relay, taking out the previous time which had been set back in 2007.
Her winning time of 1:01.30 was just a few tenths shy of her lifetime best, which she set as she placed 3rd at last season’s NCAA Division 2 Championships.
Fresno Pacific’ freshman Denisz Der won the 200 IM. They made it 2 event wins in a row as Iskender Baslakov won the 50 free in 20.27.
The Cal State East Bay women and Concordia men each collected their first-ever Pacific Collegiate Swim and Dive Conference championships on Saturday.
For the men, UC Santa Cruz held onto its lead at the top of the standings by 37 points. while Cal State East Bay pushed its lead to 32 points on the women’s side at the PCSC Championships.
On the women’s side, Cal State East Bay posted seven top-eight finishes, including three wins to surge up the standings and take a 23-point lead over Fresno Pacific. For the men, UC Santa Cruz held onto its place atop the standings with seven top-eight showings to keep a lead over Concordia and FPU.
Following the first day of action at the PCSC Championships, Fresno Pacific leads the women’s pack while UC Santa Cruz sits atop the men’s standings with three days left before the champions are crowned.