Queens swim coach Jeff Dugdale flanked by Royals swimmers Dion Dreesens, left, and Caroline Arakelian hold the men’s and women’s championship trophies from the 2016 NCAA Division II National Championships, held March 9-12 in Indianapolis, Ind. Queens repeated as men’s and women’s champions, and Dreesens was named the men’s most outstanding swimmer.
Queens swim coach Jeff Dugdale flanked by Royals swimmers Dion Dreesens, left, and Caroline Arakelian hold the men’s and women’s championship trophies from the 2016 NCAA Division II National Championships, held March 9-12 in Indianapolis, Ind. Queens repeated as men’s and women’s champions, and Dreesens was named the men’s most outstanding swimmer. Bill Kiser
Queens swim coach Jeff Dugdale flanked by Royals swimmers Dion Dreesens, left, and Caroline Arakelian hold the men’s and women’s championship trophies from the 2016 NCAA Division II National Championships, held March 9-12 in Indianapolis, Ind. Queens repeated as men’s and women’s champions, and Dreesens was named the men’s most outstanding swimmer. Bill Kiser

Queens Royals repeat sweep of men’s and women’s swim team titles

March 16, 2016 01:45 PM