Patricia Hapsari continued her dominance by winning the 200 free for CBU. Hapsari's time of 1:52.64 was enough to defeat 12 other swimmers. Hapsari also finished first in the 100 free and posted a time of 51.47.
Kyndal Terwilliger also had a strong day for the Lancers. Terwilliger finished second in the 200 fly (2:11.15) and third in the 100 fly (59.84).
Molly Larson finished in fifth out of 13 competitors in the 100 breast and clocked a time of 1:09.28.
Miranda King placed second for the Lancers in the 1M dive (171.85) and second in the 3M dive as well (179.40).
Kari Carlson took third place for CBU in both diving events.
Sergio Molina finished first out of seven swimmers in the 100 breast and clocked a time of 57.17 for CBU. Molina also took first for CBU in the 200 breast (2:05.43).
Joshua Hanson touched the wall first for the Lancers in the 200 fly and posted an impressive time of 1:54.18.
Nolan Brown finished second in the 100 back (52.86) and was just .13 seconds behind the first place finisher.
Michael Perry's time of 21.86 was just a half second behind the first place finisher in the 50 free. Mitchell Wurm of Cal State Bakersfield took first place.
The most impressive swim for the Lancers was the 200 IM. Hanson (1:53.73), Molina (1:58.29) and Kevin Sellars (1:59.20) took first through third and defeated six other swimmers.
Kendall Rummel took second place in both the men's 1M dive (214.00) and the 3M dive (240.00) for CBU.
CBU finishes up their season on Feb. 13 at the PCSC Championships in Long Beach.