St. Thomas Men's and Women's Swim-Dive swept dual meets Friday and Saturday on the road.
The Tommie men won 10 of 16 events and topped St. John's 179-121, then came back at Carleton and won nine of 16 events and outscored the Knights, 170-126.
The Tommie women won eight events and topped St. Ben's 179-121, then came back at Carleton and won 10 of 16 events and outscored the Knights, 181-118.
Against St. John's, Adam Boerner won the 1000; Sam Johnson swept the 200 and 500 frees; Noah Faldet won the 100 breaststroke; Lucas Manke won the 200 fly; Riley Garrett won the 50 free; John Gahnz won the 200 back; Nate Stone won the 100 free; Nathan Welle won the 400 IM; and the Toms took first in the 200 medley relay with Gahnz, Faldet, Jake Appino and Garrett.
Against Carleton, Andrew Godfrey won one- and three-meter diving; Boerner won the 1650; Faldet won the 100 breaststroke; Gahnz won the 100 and 200 back; Stone won the 200 and 500 free; and Andrew Ackerman won the 200 fly.
For the women against St. Ben's, Anna Astrup won the 100 and 200 fly and swam on the winning 200 medley with Kirsten Nelson, Ashley Christensen and Liz Thull; Christensen won the 200 breast; Thull won the 200 free and 100 fly; and Gretchen Behrens won the 500 and 1000 free.
Against Carleton, Kasey Ericson won the 200 and 500 free; Astrup, Thull, Anna Berdahl and Christensen won the 200 free relay; Astrup won the 200 IM; Thull won the 100 fly; Christensen won the 200 breaststroke; Erin Rudd won the 200 back; Behrens won the 1650 free; and Peyton Ekman swept one- and three-meter diving.
St. Thomas plays hosts to the Andregg Invite next Friday and Saturday.