record setting day to close naia nationals
School record setting performances highlighted the final day of the NAIA Swimming and Diving National Championships in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Jeremy Erbsen smashed the 200-backstroke school record in the preliminary round, then improved the time in tonight's consolation final, placing fifth with a time of 1:56.13. Lucas Hill matched the performance with a fifth-place finish in the 200-fly consolation final, breaking the school record with his preliminary time of 1:57.85.
Chrissie Younggren and Kemp Smith both had great swims in the finals of the 1,650-free - Younggren setting a school record with a time of 19:04.08, placing 20th, with Smith recording a time of 17:28.50.
The Coyote men finished with 30 team points, placing 15th overall, with the Lady Yotes recording six team points, placing 17th overall.