South Dakota State and South Dakota won their first conference titles in diving at The Summit League swimming and diving championships in Indianapolis.

Jackrabbit Connor Florand broke the Summit League record in his championship performance on the one-meter board with a score of 326.75. Florand now owns both conference diving records as he set the three-meter mark in Thursday's prelims. His title is also the first-ever diving championship for the Jacks.

Coyote freshman Greysen Hertting won the Summit League’s one-meter title on Thursday.  Her 293 points are the fifth-most in championship history.  Hertting is the third Coyote to win a Summit League individual title and the first diver to do so.

University of South Dakota

Pre-season favorite Denver leads the team standings.  On the women's side, the Pioneers have 686.5 points.  SDSU is second with 365 and USD fourth with 291 points.  In the men's competition, Denver has 708 points, the Jacks are third with 389 points and the Coyotes are in fifth place with 273.

The final day of cometition is set for Saturday at IUPUI.

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
TEAM STANDINGS -- DAY THREE
WOMEN
Denver 686.5
South Dakota State 365
IUPUI 340
South Dakota 291
Omaha 237.5
Eastern Illinois 167
Western Illinois 92

MEN
Denver 708
IUPUI 392
South Dakota State 389
Western Illinois 303
South Dakota 273
Eastern Illinois 192