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

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Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

Thursday night’s session of the 2019 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships saw four new Division II records fall down with Marius Kusch and Polina Lapshina leading the pack. Kusch became the fifth fastest performer in the 100 fly with his win as he also is quicker than anyone in all of the NCAA.

Lapshina took down the record in the 100 fly and also led off Queens’ 400 medley relay with an NCAA record in the 100 back. The Royals from Queens also broke the women’s 400 medley relay record by almost two seconds.

Swimming World’s Peter Bick is on deck at the meet in Indianapolis capturing photographs from the meet. Splash through the galleries below.

Highlights:

  • W 200 Free Relay- Queens, 1:30.19
  • M 200 Free Relay- Queens, 1:18.37
  • W 400 IM- Hannah Kastigar, Northern State, 4:11.15
  • M 400 IM- Matthew Holmes, Florida Southern, 3:47.48
  • W 100 Fly- Polina Lapshina, Queens, 52.16 (NCAA Record)
  • M 100 Fly- Marius Kusch, Queens, 44.32 (NCAA Record)
  • W 200 Free- Randi Yarnell, Western State, 1:47.28
  • M 200 Free- Alex Kunert, Queens, 1:33.56
  • W 1m Diving- Nadia Mulder, West Chester, 467.75
  • W 400 Medley Relay- Queens, 3:35.70 (NCAA Record)
  • M 400 Medley Relay- Queens, 3:08.15

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