The Colorado Mesa men's swimming and diving team has yet to taste defeat in the A3 Performance Invitational at El Pomar Natatorium.
The Mavs won all five events contested Thursday and have amassed 636 points. Colorado Mines in second with 393 points.
In the 500-yard freestyle, Mesa took the top three spots with Jackson Wuthrich touching the wall first in 4 minutes, 33.54 seconds. Torsten Rau finished second and Logan Ellis was third. All three Mavs earned NCAA qualifying "B" marks.
Mahmoud Elgayar won the 200 individual medley in 1:50.93 and teammate Ethan Fox finished second, with both Mavs earning national qualifying standards.
In the 50 freestyle, Zander Minano and Austin Lane finished first and second, in 20.56 and 20.79 seconds, respectively. Both Minano and Lane qualified for nationals.
CMU swept the top four spots in the men's 1-meter diving with Ammar Hassan taking first with 577.60 points. Noah Macomber finished second, Chandler Livingston was third and Tanner Belliston was fourth. Livingston and Belliston both surpassed the national qualifying standards.
Lane, Minano and Elgayar teamed with Pedro Terres Illescas to win the 400 medley relay in 3:16.19, which was a meet record and qualified Mesa for nationals.
The Maverick women won four of the five events and lead the team standings with 519 points. Mines is second with 291 points.
Abby Selin finished third in the 500 freestyle and her time of 5:07.75 earned her a national qualifying mark. Colorado Mines' Mia Wood set a pool record, touching in 4:51.11 to break the mark of 4:56.13 set in 2016 by Alecia McGillivray.
Davy Brown led a 1-3-4 finish in the 200 IM, with Candice Rosen finishing third and Grace Payton fourth. The Mavs swept the top four spots in the 50 free, with Bret Congdon followed by Lauren White, Natalie Saul and Maddie Pressler.
Brittany Dixon finished first, Jolynn Harris second, Ali Lange third and Natalya Dahlke fourth in the 3-meter diving competition. Harris' score qualified her for nationals.
Brown, Rosen, Sam White and Lauren White led the Mavs to a win in the 400 medley relay.
Paced by three pins, Colorado Mesa defeated Midland University 32-15 at Brownson Arena.
Jennesis Martinez got the dual off to a great start for the Mavs, pinning Esther Walker in 1 minute, 43 seconds at 101 pounds. Cindy Zepeda (130) and Alma Mendoza (143) both pinned their opponents.
Marissa Gallegos won 7-0 at 123, Dalia Garibay won by technical fall at 136, and Kaylie Catalano and Mayte Villada earned forfeit victories for Mesa in the win.