LA MIRADA, Calif. --- To finish their 2011-12 season, both California Baptist University swim teams used solid day four showings to securely wrap up second place in the PCSC Championships, trailing only DII No. 1 UC San Diego.
The CBU men's team tallied 460 points on Saturday to finish with a total of 1422, outscoring third place Concordia by 289 points. Meanwhile, compiling 439 points on Saturday alone, the CBU women's team finished over 535 points ahead of Fresno Pacific with a final score of 1268.5.
Individual honors also highlighted the day for CBU divers. Seniors Jamie Flynn and Trevor Graifman were both named PCSC divers of the year in their individual categories. Their coach, Jeff Cuoto, was also named PCSC female diving coach of the year.
"It was a big fourth day finish for us today and we closed out our season with big swims," Head Coach Rick Rowland said. "It was a big day four our seniors."
Among those seniors were Adriana Quezada and Chris Toy, who both set personal records on their way to first place finishes. Quezada finished as conference champion in the 1650 freestyle with a time of 17:16.68. In the men's 100 yard freestyle, Toy came out on top and recorded a 45.59 seconds finish. Patrick Cardillo also finished fifth in the 100 with a time of 46.21.
Five Lancers finished in the top 10 of the women's 200 butterfly, including the top two spots. Kyndal Terwilliger, in her first PCSC Championships, won with a time of 2:03.78, continuing a family tradition as the 200 butterfly champ. Quezada finished second at 2:04.40 and Hazel Castillo came in at fourth at 2:07.21.
Mary Hanson was the runner-up in the women's 100 yard freestyle, finishing at 51.24 seconds, lest than a half of a second ahead of third place.
The relay team of Norra Stroh, Hanson, Rachael Stoffel and Hannah Braun finished third in the women's 400 yard freestyle relay, setting a new school record with a time of 3:29.58. Less than half of a second separated first through third in the standings.
In the men's 400 freestyle, Toy, Cardillo, Nichols and Tai Nuntapramote finished second with a 3:03.10.
Braun also finished third in the women's 200 yard backstroke, recording a 2:05.55.
Lancers finished third through fifth in the men's 1650 freestyle, with Derek Wedel leading the way at 16:15.01. Mitchell Spezzaferri and Blake finished with times of 16:18.07 and 16:35.57, respectively.
Nuntapramote also earned a bronze in the men's 200 yard butterfly finals, with a time of 1:52.11.
"80 percent of our team members had personal lifetime best swims today," Rowland said.