Emory University senior Andrew Wilson was part of five NCAA Division III men's swimming and diving record-breaking performances at the Miami University (OH) Invitational.
On Thursday, he broke his own school record in the 200-yard individual medley that he set at the 2015 NCAA Division III Championships with a time of 1:45.57. It also represented a new Division III mark, surpassing the previous top time of 1:46.00 set by Denison's Jack Lindell.
The same night, he joined classmate Christian Baker, freshman Sage Ono, and junior Oliver Smith to break the Division III record in the 400-yard medley relay. Their time of 3:13.0 bested the mark of 3:13.49 set by Williams in 2015.
In Friday's competition, Wilson, Ono, Baker, and Smith set another Division III record, this time in the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:26.74. The previous mark was 1:27.54 set by Kenyon at the 2015 NCAA championships.
Later, and for the second consecutive night, Wilson set an individual Division III record with his 51.14 seconds time in a first place finish in the 100-yard breaststroke. Wilson eclipsed his own DIII mark of 51.72 that he set at the 2015 NCAA Championships.
Wilson closed out his impressive Miami Invitational on Saturday, setting his third Division III individual record and fifth overall over the three days, taking first in the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:51.15. He broke his previous Division III top mark of 1:52.97 that he set at the 2015 NCAA Championships.