NAIA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships

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The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics holds a yearly championship in men's swimming and diving.

Champions[edit]

Year Location Champion
1957 Edwardsville, Illinois East Carolina (N.C)
1958 Muncie, Indiana North Central (Ill.)
1959 Muncie, Indinana East Carolina (N.C.)
1960 Muncie, Indiana North Central (Ill.)
1961 Detroit, Michigan North Central (Ill.)
1962 Detroit, Michigan North Central (Ill.)
1963 Bartlesville, Oklahoma North Central (Ill.)
1964 St, Paul Minnesota Macalester (Minn.)
1965 La Crosse, Wisconsin Macalester (Minn.)
1966 Conway, Arkansas Macalester (Minn.)
1967 Buffalo, New York Claremont-Mudd (Calif.)
1968 Eastern Michigan
1969 Downers Grove, Illinois Eastern Michigan
1970 La Crosse, Wisconsin Claremont-Mudd (Calif.)
1971 Clarion, Pa Eastern Michigan
1972 Marshall, Minnesota Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1973 Pittsburg, Kansas Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1974 Downers Grove, Illinois Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1975 Marshall, Minnesota Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1976 Marshall, Minnesota Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1977 Marshall, Minnesota Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1978 Portland, Oregon Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1979 Huntsville, Alabama Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1980 Whitewater, Wisconsin Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1981 Liberty, Missouri Drury (Mo.)
1982 Burnaby, B.C. Drury (Mo.)
1983 Arkadelphia, Arkansas Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1984 Arkadelphia, Arkansas Central Washington
1985 Indianapolis, Indiana Drury (Mo.)
1986 Spokane, Washington Central Washington
1987 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Central Washington
1988 Orlando, Florida Drury (Mo.)
1989 Brown Deer, Wisconsin Drury (Mo.)
1990 Canton, Ohio Drury (Mo.)
1991 Federal Way, Washington Drury (Mo.)
1992 Canton, Ohio Drury (Mo.)
1993 San Antonio, Texas Drury (Mo.)
1994 Federal Way, Washington Drury (Mo.)
1995 San Antonio, Texas Puget Sound (Wash.)
1996 San Antonio, Texas Puget Sound (Wash.)
1997 Federal Way, Washington Puget Sound (Wash.)
1998 Federal Way, Washington Simon Fraser (B.C.)
1999 Federal Way, Washington Simon Fraser (B.C.)
2000 Burnaby, B.C. Simon Fraser (B.C.)
2001 Burnaby, B.C. Simon Fraser (B.C.)
2002 Burnaby, B.C. Seattle (Wash.)
2003 Lawrence, Kansas Simon Fraser (B.C.)
2004 Lawrence, Kansas Simon Fraser (B.C)
2005 St. Peters, Missouri Simon Fraser (B.C.)
2006 St. Peters, Missouri California Baptist
2007 San Antonio Texas California Baptist
2008 San Antonio, Texas California Baptist
2009 St. Peters, Missouri California Baptist
2010 St. Peters, Missouri Fresno Pacific
2011 St. Peters, Missouri Fresno Pacific

Records[edit]

YARDS

Event Time Swimmer School Year
50 freestyle [1] 19.83 Nick Schuttinger Oklahoma Baptist University 2013
100 freestyle 43.94 David Hibberd Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2011
200 freestyle 1:36.87 Nick Schuttinger Oklahoma Baptist University 2013
500 freestyle 4:24.63 Alex Graudins SCAD 2012
1650 freestyle 15:23.97 Alex Graudins SCAD 2012
100 backstroke 47.61 Daniel Ramirez Oklahoma Baptist University 2013
200 backstroke 1:45.61 Ryan Searles SCAD 2012
100 breaststroke 53.06 Bryan Haile California Baptist University 2009
200 breaststroke 1:59.10 Sergio Molina California Baptist University 2011
100 butterfly 47.30 Nick Schuttinger Oklahoma Baptist University 2013
200 butterfly 1:46.62 Javier Hernandez Lindenwood 2011
200 individual medley 1:47.55 David Hibberd Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2011
400 individual medley 3:53.67 Kevin Sellars California Baptist University 2010
200 medley relay 1:27.66 Ramirez, Penny, Sullivan, Lassley Oklahoma Baptist University 2013
400 medley relay 3:15.27 Kosov, Tanasovski, Bernard, Marie-Rose Fresno Pacific 2012
200 freestyle relay 1:19.50 Ramirez, Schuttinger, Sullivan, Lasley Oklahoma Baptist 2013
400 freestyle relay 2:57.83 Maciunial, Schuttinger, Maciuniak, Ramirez Oklahoma Baptist 2013
800 freestyle relay 6:39.17 Sossa, Cantrelle, Nelson, Schuttinger Oklahoma Baptist 2012

METERS

Event Time Swimmer School Year
50 freestyle 22.32 Ryan Laurin Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2001
100 freestyle 49.33 Graham Duthie Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2001
200 freestyle 1:49.33 Graham Duthie Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2001
400 freestyle 3:56.72 Graham Duthie Simon Fraser (B.C) 2001
1500 freestyle 15:59.45 Malcolm Crimp Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1981
100 backstroke 55.59 Felix Sutanto California Baptist University 2002
200 backstroke 2:01.31 Felix Sutanto California Baptist University 2002
100 breaststroke 1:03.73 Mike Wylie Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2000
200 breaststroke 2:19.26 Audy Oktavian California Baptist University 2002
100 butterfly 55.47 Sandy Henderon Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2000
200 butterfly 2:03.67 Klaus Haertel Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2001
200 individual medley 2:03.65 Libor Janek Cumberland (Ky.) 2000
400 individual medley 4: 26.01 Libor Janek Cumberland (Ky.) 2001
200 medley relay 1:42.59 Gerry Martselos, Mike Wylie, Graham Duthie, Ryan Laurin Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2001
400 medley relay 3:46.90 Felix Sutanto, Joshua Louvier, Matt Sprankle, Matt Berry California Baptist University 2002
200 freestyle relay 1:30.73 Ryan Laurin, Aaron Lightman, Graham Wood, Graham Duthie Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2001
400 freestyle relay 3:46.39 Gerry Martselos, Mike Wylie, Klaus Haertel, Graham Wood Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2001
800 freestyle relay 6:46.13 Klaus Haertel, Tom Gaschler, Graham Wood, Graham Duthie Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2001
One-meter diving (11 Dives) 587.35 Grant Brehaut Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2004
Three-meter diving (11 Dives) 561.75 Grant Brehaut Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2005

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.naia.org/fls/27900/1NAIA/Championships/CoachesCorner/SwimDive/SD_Manual.pdf

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