The CBU men lost to UC San Diego by a score of 113-180, but were able to conquer Simon Fraser once again, 152-128.
Matthew Chong placed first for CBU in the 100 breast and clocked a respectable time of 1:02.22.
Michael Perry won the 50 free and posted a time of 21.40, his time was just enough to hold off 10 other swimmers.
Joshua Hanson won the 400 IM and finished with a time of 4:06.72.
Kendall Rummel placed third in both the 1M dive (200.85) and the 3M dive (220.27) for the Lancers.
UC San Diego defeated Simon Fraser, 169-119.
Similar to the men's team, the CBU women had multiple first place finishes, but they failed to take down the Tritons. UC San Diego out swam the Lancers and won by a score of 183-103.
Patricia Hapsari continued her recent streak and was able to win the 200 free. Hapsari finished with a time of 1:53.14 and outlasted five other swimmers. Hapsari also touched the wall first in the 100 free and finished with a time of 52.21.
Miranda King took first place for CBU in the 3M dive and tallied up an impressive score 205.65. King also received a 188.47 in the 1M dive and placed third.
"Four meets in eight days is tough", said CBU Head Coach Rick Rowland. "We had a few tired swims but overall our post-Christmas training fitness is there and we swam well against a top five ranked UCSD swim team."
CBU travels to Los Angeles on Jan. 26 to take on CS Bakersfield and Loyola Marymount.