Utah roared back over the second two days, winning all four relays and two individual events, both by Jim Giottonini in the 100 butterfly and backstroke, to take its fifth straight Western Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships title at the University of Hawaii over the weekend.
Brigham Young University finished in fourth place, nudged out of third by New Mexico by 13 points.Utah totaled 518.5 to second-place Air Force's 434.5. New Mexico had 347.5, BYU 334, Hawaii 264 and Wyoming 204.5.
Ute Arne Miles tied for the 200 IM in a pool-record (1:50.17), Giottonini set a backstroke pool record (48.6), and Ute Rupert Bryce won the 200 breaststroke. Tomislav Karlo was BYU's only winner, setting a school record in the 200 backstroke (1:50.53).