FEDERAL WAY, Washington – Kelli Callahan claimed two more Northwest Conference titles, and first-year Logger Brett Kolb claimed a title during the third day of the NWC Championships in Weyerhaeuser Aquatic Center Saturday night.
Callahan successfully defended her 400-IM NWC crown by winning the race in 4:26.70, which stands as the new meet record. Callahan finished the 200-freestyle in 1:52.33, which is her third NWC title this weekend. She won the 200-IM Friday night.
Kolb earned the men's 200-freestyle championship by touching the wall in 1:41.52. Dylan Reimers placed third in the event to earn All-NWC First Team (1:42.70).
Connor King earned All-NWC Second Team in the men's 400-IM, as he placed seventh with a time of 4:21.12. Eli Champagne also earned an All-NWC Second Team bid in the men's 100-butterfly, timing in at 51.21.
Aza Verhoeven was fourth in the women's 100-backstroke, good for an All-NWC Second Team bid (58.21).
Through 24 total events, the Logger women are in fifth place (257 points), and the men are in fourth (272).
The NWC Championships conclude Sunday, Feb. 10.