NAIA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships

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NAIA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships
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Founded 1957
Region  United States
 Canada
Current champions Oklahoma Baptist (4)
Most successful club(s) Simon Fraser (17)
Website NAIA.com

The NAIA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships comprise the annual swim meet held to determine the national champions of men's NAIA collegiate swimming and diving in the United States and Canada. It has been held each year since 1957.[1]

The most successful program are Simon Fraser, with 17 NAIA national titles.

Oklahoma Baptist are the reigning national champions, having won their fourth national title in 2015.

Results[edit]

NAIA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships
Year Site Championship Results
Winner Points Runners-Up Points
1957
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Illinois
Edwardsville, IL
East Carolina 54 Southern Illinois 50
1958
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Indiana
Muncie, IN
North Central (IL) 88 Central Michigan 54½
1959
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East Carolina 71 North Central (IL) 68
1960
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Southern Illinois 150½ North Central (IL) 87½
1961
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Michigan
Detroit, MI
North Central (IL) 111 Detroit Tech 78
1962
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North Central (IL) 124 Detroit Tech 75
1963
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Oklahoma
Bartlesville, OK
North Central (IL) 101 Macalester 65
1964
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Minnesota
St. Paul, MN
Macalester 94 Eastern New Mexico 90
1965
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Wisconsin
La Crosse, WI
Macalester 71 Eastern New Mexico 55
1966
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Arkansas
Conway, AK
Macalester 250½ Eastern New Mexico 188
1967
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New York (state)
Buffalo, NY
Claremont–Mudd 185 Bemidji State
Macalester
168
1968
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Minnesota
St. Cloud, MN
Eastern Michigan 326 Claremont–Mudd 279
1969
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Illinois
Downers Grove, IL
Eastern Michigan 312 Claremont–Mudd 252
1970
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Wisconsin
La Crosse, WI
Eastern Michigan 339 Claremont–Mudd 316
1971
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Pennsylvania
Clarion, PA
Eastern Michigan 325 Simon Faser 223
1972
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Minnesota
Marshall, MN
Simon Fraser 332 Claremont–Mudd 217
1973
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Kansas
Pittsburg, KS
Simon Fraser 378 West Liberty State 277
1974
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Illinois
Downers Grove, IL
Simon Fraser 434 Occidental 218
1975
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Minnesota
Marshall, MN
Simon Fraser 515 Central Washington 191
1976
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Simon Fraser 419 Central Washington 201
1977
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Simon Fraser 424 Central Washington 249
1978
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Oregon
Portland, OR
Simon Fraser 461 Wisconsin–Eau Claire 214
1979
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Alabama
Huntsville, AL
Simon Fraser 449 Wisconsin–Eau Claire 271
1980
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Wisconsin
Whitewater, WI
Simon Fraser 422 Drury 382
1981
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Missouri
Liberty, MO
Drury 483 Denver
Simon Fraser
304
1982
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British Columbia
Burnaby, BC
Drury 456 Denver 301
1983
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Arkansas
Arkadelphia, AR
Simon Fraser 408 Drury 342
1984
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Central Washington 292 Drury 285
1985
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Indiana
Indianapolis, IN
Drury 368 Central Washington 350
1986
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Washington (state)
Spokane, WA
Central Washington 381 Drury 335
1987
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Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI
Central Washington 443 Drury 404
1988
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Florida
Orlando, FL
Drury 494 Wisconsin–Eau Claire 329½
1989
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Wisconsin
Brown Deer, WI
Drury 632½ Puget Sound 410½
1990
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Ohio
Canton, OH
Drury 634 Wisconsin–Stevens Point 376
1991
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Washington (state)
Federal Way, WA
Drury 631½ Oral Roberts 630
1992
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Ohio
Canton, OH
Drury 779½ Simon Fraser 493
1993
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Texas
San Antonio, TX
Drury 602½ Puget Sound 487
1994
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Washington (state)
Federal Way, WA
Drury 813½ Puget Sound 507
1995
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Texas
San Antonio, TX
Puget Sound 607 Simon Fraser 575
1996
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Puget Sound 602½ Whitworth 401½
1997
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Washington (state)
Federal Way, WA
Puget Sound 572 Simon Fraser 460
1998
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Simon Fraser 545 Puget Sound 516
1999
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Simon Fraser 795 Puget Sound 508½
2000
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British Columbia
Burnaby, BC
Simon Fraser 605½ California Baptist 346½
2001
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Simon Fraser 548½ California Baptist 537
2002
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Seattle 487 California Baptist 444
2003
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Kansas
Lawrence, KS
Simon Fraser 575 California Baptist 542
2004
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Simon Fraser 562 California Baptist 487
2005
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Missouri
St. Peters, MO
Simon Fraser 639 California Baptist 580
2006
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California Baptist 752 Lindenwood 272
2007
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Texas
San Antonio, TX
California Baptist 937½ Lindenwood 499
2008
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California Baptist 573 Simon Fraser 503
2009
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Missouri
St. Peters, MO
California Baptist 693 Fresno Pacific 489
2010
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Fresno Pacific 659½ California Baptist 488½
2011
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Fresno Pacific 698½ California Baptist 582
2012
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Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma Baptist 757 Fresno Pacific 752
2013
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Oklahoma Baptist 881 Concordia (CA) 448½
2014
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Oklahoma Baptist 900 Olivet Nazarene 485
2015
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Oklahoma Baptist 798½ Olivet Nazarene 575½

Records[edit]

YARDS

Event Time Swimmer School Year
50 freestyle [2] 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

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