2019 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships: Day One Finals Photo Gallery

Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

The first night of finals from the 2019 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships saw two new NCAA records fall as well as a meet record with both 1000 records falling and the Queens women setting the meet record in the 200 medley relay.

Swimming World’s Peter Bick was on deck to capture some of the action from the first night of the meet.


  • W 1000 Free- Georgia Wright, West Chester, 9:45.86 (NCAA Record)
  • M 1000 Free- Alex Kunert, Queens, 8:56.76 (NCAA Record)
  • W 200 IM- Bailee Nunn, Drury, 1:57.97
  • M 200 IM- Marius Kusch, Queens, 1:42.53
  • W 50 Free- Polina Lapshina, Queens, 22.34
  • M 50 Free- Brody Heck, Queens, 19.47
  • M 3m Diving- Ammar Hassan, Colorado Mesa, 593.10
  • W 200 Medley Relay- Queens, 1:38.58
  • M 200 Medley Relay- Queens, 1:25.22

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