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 Keiser Seahawks won all but two events on Friday, including the 400 IM where freshman Pol Roch broke the NAIA National Championship Record.
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.
Keiser University and Savannah College of Art & Design got out to strong starts on the first day of individual events at 2019 NAIA Men’s Nationals.
SCAD Savannah jumped out to an early lead in the women’s meet, while Keiser University led the men’s contest after the first day of racing at 2019 NAIA National Championships.
The 2019 NAIA National Championships begin on Wednesday, February 27th in Columbus, Georgia.
Coleman Kredich, sandwiched between his twin older brothers Ben (left) and Miles (right), will continue a VERY long family tradition with his verbal commitment to Duke University for the 2019-20 school year.
The Keiser University Seahawks won their first national title on Saturday night, dominating the 2018 NAIA Men’s National Swimming and Diving Championships from start to finish.
Keiser had another strong morning on Day 4 of the 2018 NAIA National Championships, and is now firmly in position to win its first NAIA national title.
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.
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.
Knoxville, Tennessee free/flyer Miles Kredich will be a SCAD Bee next year.