Competing against three NCAA Division II programs, St. Thomas Swim-Dive placed second of five teams on the women's side and second of three teams on the men's side at the two-day Andregg Invite.
The competition concluded Saturday at Anderson Pool.
St. Cloud State won the women's division with 1,139 points followed by the Tommies (717), St. Catherine (680.5), UW-Eau Claire and Minnesota State Moorhead (479).
St. Cloud State won the men's chase with 1,168.5 points followed by the Tommies (1081.5), and UW-Eau Claire (911).
St. Thomas had three firsts and three second on the women's side: Ashley Christensen won the 100 breaststroke (1:06.30) and Gretchen Behrens won the 1650 free (18:12/81) on Friday, and Anna Astrup won the 100 fly on Friday (58.30).
The women also got runner-up finishes from Astrup in the 200 fly (2:14.14); Erin Rudd in the 100 backstroke (2:10.82); and the 400 medley team in 4:01/16 with Kirsten Nelson, Christensen, Astrup and Liz Thull.
The Tommie men won the 400 medley relay in 3:32.05 with John Gahnz, Noah Faldet, Nate Stone and Riley Garrett. They also got seconds from Stone in the 200 fly (2:00.92) and Faldet in the 100 breaststroke (59.08), and on Friday in the 800 free relay in 7:13.57 with Andrew Akerman, Adam Boerner, Sam Johnson and Stone.
Anna Astrup won the 100 fly and had a fourth-place finish in 200 Individual Medley to lead the Tommie Swim-Dive teams in Friday's session at the Andregg Invite at Anderson Pool. The competition continues Saturday at Anderson Pool.