Flanked by Queens swim coach Jeff Dugdale (center), Royals swimmers Dion Dreesens (left) and Caroline Arakelian (right) hold the men’s and women’s championship trophies from the 2016 NCAA Division II National Championships, held March 9-12, 2016, in Indianapolis, Ind. Queens repeated as men’s and women’s champions, and Dreesens was named the men’s most outstanding swimmer. In addition, Queens swimmer Patricia Castro-Ortega (not pictured) was named the women’s most outstanding swimmer for the second straight year. CREDIT: Bill Kiser/Special to the Observer
Flanked by Queens swim coach Jeff Dugdale (center), Royals swimmers Dion Dreesens (left) and Caroline Arakelian (right) hold the men’s and women’s championship trophies from the 2016 NCAA Division II National Championships, held March 9-12, 2016, in Indianapolis, Ind. Queens repeated as men’s and women’s champions, and Dreesens was named the men’s most outstanding swimmer. In addition, Queens swimmer Patricia Castro-Ortega (not pictured) was named the women’s most outstanding swimmer for the second straight year. CREDIT: Bill Kiser/Special to the Observer BILL KISER
Flanked by Queens swim coach Jeff Dugdale (center), Royals swimmers Dion Dreesens (left) and Caroline Arakelian (right) hold the men’s and women’s championship trophies from the 2016 NCAA Division II National Championships, held March 9-12, 2016, in Indianapolis, Ind. Queens repeated as men’s and women’s champions, and Dreesens was named the men’s most outstanding swimmer. In addition, Queens swimmer Patricia Castro-Ortega (not pictured) was named the women’s most outstanding swimmer for the second straight year. CREDIT: Bill Kiser/Special to the Observer BILL KISER

Queens repeats sweep of men’s, women’s DII swim and diving team titles

March 14, 2016 06:57 PM