Several other Wave divers shined at the event. Junior Emily Andrews finished third in the three-meter and seventh in the one-meter, sophomore Emily Hevert placed seventh in the one-meter and ninth in the three-meter and sophomore Gina Warren placed sixth in the three-meter competition.
Graduate student Maura Bolger was the highest-finishing swimmer, placing second in the 200-yard butterfly. She also placed fifth in the 500-yard freestyle, swimming the fourth fastest race in that event in Pepperdine history. Sophomore Nicole Okuna finished fourth in the 100-yard butterfly, with a time of 56.5 seconds, the second fastest all-time for the Waves. She already holds the school record in that event, and all of the top-five times ever achieved. She also finished seventh in the 200-yard butterfly at the championships.
Also at the meet, sophomore Ketrina Lemmen finished third in the 100-yard backstroke and sixth in the 100-yard freestyle, senior Meghan Melton placed fifth in the 200-yard freestyle and senior Lindsey Krusen finished seventh in the 200-yard butterfly.