Michigan survived a close matchup to earn its 12th national championship in DI action. In Division II, Drury grabbed a record-setting ninth consecutive crown. After two years of finishing in second, Kenyon stepped back up to the top earning the program's 32nd title. Take a look back at all three with videos, features and photos as NCAA.com continues its looks back at the 2012-13 season.

 

Michigan wins 12th title

Michigan went wire-to-wire to win the program’s 12th national championship and first since 1995. Connor Jaeger won his second individual title in three days ... Read More

Results Photos Highlights Feature: Hail to the victors

Drury takes home national championship

Drury finished its run at the NCAA Division II championships with a record-setting ninth consecutive crown. The Panthers were followed by second-place Florida Southern and third-place Incarnate Word ... Read More

Results Photos Highlights 

Kenyon regains championship throne

Kenyon captured the 2013 Division III Men's Swimming and Diving Championship, dethroning back-to-back defending champion Denison. The Lords won the final event, the 400 freestyle relay ... Read More

Results Photos Highlights Feature: Lords are king again