In the diving events, Sobel was named to the All-NEWMAC First Team and tabbed the Diver of the Year after winning both the one-meter (563.60) and three-meter (540.60) events. Teammate Matt Fitzgerald finished second in both events behind Sobel as he was named to the all-conference second team in the one-meter (482.15) and the three-meter (465.65) boards.
As for Avdoulos, he picked up top-coach honors for the fourth time in the last five years, including last year. Under his direction, the Pride had the top three finishers on both boards, including Sobel, who swept the competition en route to being named the top diver in the conference.
Greg Pearsall picked up All-NEWMAC First Team accolades in the 50 free after he touched first in 20.46. Pearsall also earned second-team honors after finishing second in the 200 free in 1:41.89 and the 100 free in 45.53.
Brian Way earned All-NEWMAC First Team honors in both the 200 IM (1:54.35) and 400 IM (4:06.13) as he claimed first in both races. In the 500 freestyle Andrew Blakesley was named to the all-conference second team as he placed second in 4:41.12. Rounding out the individual accolades, after placing second in the 100 breast in 58.94, Ryan Mackstutis was recognized as a member of the All-NEWMAC Second Team.
Three of Springfield's freestyle relay's earned All-NEWMAC Second Team honors over the weekend. The 200 freestyle freestyle relay team of Pearsall, Mackstutis, Blakesley, and Matt Manoni finished second in 1:23.08, while SC's 800 free relay also earned second-team accolades as 800 freestyle relay as Anthony Bruno, Blakesley, Way, and Pearsall finished in second in 6:53.35. Finally, the 400 free relay of Bruno, Blakesley, Manoni, and Pearsall picked up second-team honors after touching in 3:04.00.