Annie Wigginton was 18th for the women in 23:51, followed by Elizabeth Miller (26th, 24:28) and Salvisa native Loran Crowell (27th, 24:30).
Colorado College won the men’s title for the second straight year with 57 points; Rhodes was the women's winner.
At Danville, Centre closed the regular season on a six-match winning streak after beating Piedmont and Sewanee on Saturday.
Centre (17-17) defeated Piedmont 25-22, 25-12, 25-19, then beat Sewanee 25-10, 25-11, 23-25, 25-10.
Rebecca Pugh had 11 kills, Hannah Greer had 25 assists, Ashton Hupman had four blocks and Pugh and Laura Hench had 14 digs each against Piedmont. Pugh had 11 kills, Hupman had 10 kills and Stephanie Woeste had four aces against Sewanee.
The Colonels also defeated Transylvania 25-23, 25-21, 25-18 on Friday, ending the Pioneers’ nine-match winning streak. Woeste and Catherine Janszen had eight kills each, with Woeste also adding seven blocks.
Swimming & Diving
At Louisville, the Centre men's and women's teams finished last among four teams in the Midwest Classic, but Centre coach Dean Brownley said he was pleased with the results.
The Colonels competed against DePauw, Washington (Mo.) and Washington & Lee in a meet that Centre coach Dean Brownley said was the first such meet during his career, and he said he was pleased with the way his swimmers competed.
“There were four teams that have all been in the top 25 in the nation for the last couple of years. Outside of the winter invitational meets and conference championships, we will not see that many good teams together in one place very often,” Brownley said. “I was very happy with how competitive that we were considering that we have 19 freshmen and 12 sophomores. The team is really doing a good job of hitting the weights hard and training in the pool at a higher level than we have before.”
Clark Weber set a school record in the women’s 1,000-yard freestyle with a time of 10 minutes, 50 seconds. She finished second in the race and broke the old mark of 10:51 set by teammate Sandra Gregor in February, and she was also second in the 500 freestyle.
Lauren Gates won the 100 freestyle in 54.90 and was second in the 200 individual medley in 2:14. The women’s 400 freestyle relay team was third in 3:44.62.
Brent Bowman was fourth in the men’s 1,000 freestyle in 10:34.
Washington won the men’s and women’s competitions.
At Maryville, Tenn., Travis Bolton scored for Maryville with 19 seconds left in the second overtime to deal Centre a 3-2 loss Saturday.
Ben Van Nevel tied the game for Centre (11-3-2) in the 85th minute by scoring off an assist by Ryan Garvey. Jack Goblirsch also scored a first-half goal off an assist by Austin Hall, tying the game at 1-all in the 39th minute.
The Colonels got 21 shots, nine more than Maryville (10-5-1).
At Danville, Centre reached the 10-win mark for the fourth consecutive season and the fifth time in six years by beating Sewanee 2-1 on Friday.
Chelsea Klein scored her team-leading 10th goal in the first half for Centre (10-4, 4-3 SCAC), and freshman Alexis Hebert scored the game-winner — and her first collegiate goal — in the second half after Sewanee (4-11, 1-7) tied the game.
Anna Fuller and Barbara Parks had assists for the Colonels, and goalkeeper Patty Cowley had six saves.
The Centre men’s and women’s teams finished the fall season ranked ninth and 11th, respectively, in the GolfWorld Division III rankings.
Emily Bachert leads the the Division III Women’s Golfstat Cup standings, and Chris Morris is second in the men’s standings.