Keiser women won their first-ever NAIA national title on Saturday night in Columbus, Georgia.
The penultimate session of swimming wrapped up in Columbus, Georgia, at the 2022 NAIA National Championships.
The Keiser Seahawks lead in both the men’s and the women’s contests at the conclusion of Day 3 at 2022 NAIA National Championships.
The morning session of Day 3 played into Keiser’s strengths, but there were notable performances from a number of teams, including Milligan.
Keiser, seeking a fourth consecutive NAIA national title, is expected to win the 2022 championships by over 360 points.
Keiser’s Jan Suchan is top seed in the 200 back on Day 4 at 2020 NAIA National Championships, where the Seahawks are shooting for their 3rd straight title.
SCAD cut Keiser’s lead almost in half but the Seahawks are still expected to win the team title at 2020 NAIA National Championship.
Jared Ingram of Keiser is among the finalists on Day 3 at 2020 NAIA National Championship in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Keiser and SCAD both had strong mornings and are poised to maintain their positions at the top of the standings after the Day 3 prelims session.
Keiser won both relays and 2 of the 3 individual swimming events to move past SCAD in the standings on Day 2.
Marcel Nagy of Keiser tied the NAIA Championship Meet Record in the 50 free with 19.71.
Keiser brings a lot of depth to the 2020 NAIA National Championships and will look to hold off 2019 runner-up SCAD. The meet begins Wednesday in Knoxville.
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.