With 136 total points, the men finished with a 33 point advantage over runner-up Concordia, while the women, with 91 points, finished behind DI Loyola Marymount and 18 points ahead of third place finisher Fresno Pacific.
Through 24 events, the Lancers scored top three times in 17 races, including four first place finishes.
To sweep the 300 yard backstroke relay, Mary Hanson, Hannah Braun and Norra Stroh posted a time of 2:56.29 to win the women's race, while Patrick Cardillo, Taylor Kile and Robert Nichols finished at 2:42.51 for their first place finish.
In the women's 1500 yard freestyle relay, Kyndal Terwilliger, Braun and Adriana Quezada finished with a 16:01.44 time, over five seconds ahead of the runner-up.
The Lancers also took first and third in the men's 400 yard individual medley relay, where Brian Haney, Matthew Chong, Cardillo and Roman Garrec finished with a time of 3:43.75. Mitchell Spezzaferri, Bryce Arata, Shane Blake and Austin Aberle finished third with a time with 3:56.44.
CBU also placed second in six races, including Chris Toy, Garrec and Tai Nuntapromote's 2:38.09 in the men's 300 yard butterfly relay and Hanson, Gina Rhue, Quezada and Rachael Steffel's 4:02.04 in the women's 400 yard medley relay.
The Lancer men's and women's swim team takes to the pool again on Sat., Oct. 22 at the Redlands Swimming Invite beginning at 9 a.m.