The Savannah College of Art and Design won its second consecutive NAIA national title on Saturday in Columbus, Georgia.
The College of Idaho continued to significantly outperform the seedings on the final morning in Columbus.
SCAD showed its depth by placing at least one swimmer in every championship final on Friday.
Defending champion SCAD Savannah enters the championship with the highest total individual qualifiers with 18.
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.
Northern Arizona finished off the two-day invitational in first place over New Mexico State and Arizona Christian University. A diving only event took place on Day 3.
Last season, Arizona Christian sent it’s first-ever female swimmers to the NAIA National Championships. Next year, the school will add a men’s program.
Freshman Liberty Howell had an impressive anchor leg for the Missouri State 800 free relay.