South Dakota State set three school records on the first day of The Summit League Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis.

On the women's side, the Jackrabbits' 800 freestyle relay squad of Andee Budahl, Hadlie Overhue, Julia Bodnaruk and Nicole Grimit finished in 7:28.46, which was good for second place and broke the 2012 mark of 7:34.66.  Denver took first place with a championship meet record time of 7:20.02.

South Dakota State University

Samantha Prasher, Emily Campbell, Nicole Grimit and Shauna Foor set the SDSU record in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:45.48, which was good for fifth place.

In the men's 800 freestyle relay, the Jacks' team of Garth Wadsworth, Ben Bolinske, Daniel Jacobson and Blake Yeager's time of 6:46.60 broke last year's school record of 6:47.01. The Jacks took third place in the event behind Denver and IUPUI.

The Pioneers lead the women's standings after two events with 80 points.  IUPUI is second with 66 points and SDSU is in third place with 62 points.

Denver also leads the men's standings with 80 points.  IUPUI is second with 66 points, SDSU is third with 62 points and South Dakota is tied with Eastern Illinois in fourth place with 56 points.

The Summit League Championships resume Thursday morning at the House of Champions on the campus of IUPUI.

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
TEAM STANDINGS -- DAY ONE
WOMEN
Denver 80
IUPUI  66
South Dakota State 62
Omaha 60
South Dakota 56
Eastern Illinois 56
Western Illinois 24

MEN
Denver 80
IUPUI 66
South Dakota State 62
South Dakota 56
Eastern Illinois 56
Western Illinois 34

CHAMPIONS
Women's 200 IM – Denver (1:39.54)*
Men's 200 IM – Denver (1:28.17)

Women's 800 Free – Denver (7:20.02)*
Men's 800 Free – Denver (6:34.13)

*Summit League Championship Record