The women continue to lead after the second day of the SCIAC Swimming & Diving Championships while the men are in second overall. The women have 650 points to Redlands' 488.5 not including the 1 meter diving final. The men trail Redlands 631 to 565.
CMS had seven SCIAC Champions on the day two. Matt Gannon (SO, Valencia) won the 400 individual medley and Tyler Owens (JR, Camarillo) won the 100 butterfly for the men. Women's winners included Lisal Smith (SR, Davis) in the 400 individual medley and 100 breaststroke, Monica Emanuel (JR, Walnut Creek) in 1 meter diving and the 200 medley [Jessica Harrang (SO, Sammamish, WA), Smith, Kevyn Klein (JR, Northridge), Lauren Kristensen (SR, Saugus)] and 800 free [Jordan Stewart (SO, Minnetonka, MN), Monica Brazelton (FR, Santa Clara), Danielle Peebles (SO, La Mesa), Kristensen] relays. Smith won the 400 IM for the fourth straight year becoming only the fourth woman to win an event four times. The 200 medley relay set CMS and SCIAC records with a time of 1:48.65.
CMS also had seven second place finishes. On the men's side they included John Sloat (SO, Lafayette) in the 200 freestyle, Mark Emanuel (SR, Walnut Creek) in 3 meter diving and the 200 medley [Gannon, Ryan Toohey (SO, Rocklin), Owens, Shea Manning (SR, Fairfax Station, VA)] and 800 free [Alex Hill (JR, Phoenix, AZ), Manning, Michael West (FR, Palm Springs), Sloat] relays. On the women's side they included Stewart in the 400 individual medley, Klein in the 100 butterfly and Harrang in the 100 backstroke.