RIVERSIDE, Calif. --- For the second straight day, California Baptist University made it a clean sweep, this time in resounding fashion, sweeping double duals from Biola and Chapman Saturday at the Lancer Aquatic Center.
On the men's side, the Lancers defeated Biola, 226-40, and Chapman, 226-37. Biola and Chapman tied each other, 98-98.
In the women's competition, CBU defeated Biola, 228-68, and Chapman, 242-58. Chapman defeated Biola, 152-40.
In the men's race, the Lancers won 14 of the 16 events. Chris Toy led the way with wins in the 50 fly (23.77) and 100 free (47.59) and also swam legs on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay, both of which were won by the Lancers.
Matthew Chong (100 IM - 55.95 and 100 breast - 59.71) also won twice as did Vicente Andrade (100 back - 51.53 and 50 back - 24.95). Andrade also swam a leg on the 200 medley relay.
Mitchell Spezzaferri (500 free - 4:57.12), Tai Nuntapramote (100 fly - 51.57), Sergio Molina (50 breast - 26.96) and Brian Haney (200 free - 1:49.05) also picked up wins for the Lancers.
Trevor Graifman won both the 1-meter and 3-meter boards.
Led by Mary Hanson, the Lancers won 14 of the 16 events on the women's side. Nine different swimmers won an event. Hanson had a winning hand in four, winning two individual races and swimming legs on both 200 medley relay and 200 free relay.
Megan Leckey won a race and was also on both relay teams. Hazel Castillo won two events and a relay.
Jamie Flynn won both the 1-meter and 3-meter boards for the second straight day.
Hanson won the 500 back (25.88) and 100 individual medley (1:00.63). Castillo won both the 50 fly (28.32) and the 100 fly (59.86).
Adriana Quezada (1,000 free -10:55.60), Brittany Blankenship (200 free - 2:02.64), Molly Larson (50 breast - 31.39), Gina Rhue (100 back - 1:01.63), Stefanie Olson (500 free - 5:23.17) and Leckey (50 free - 25.48) rounded out the winners for the Lancers.