GENEVA, Ohio -- It's a familiar scene for Drury: heading down the stretch into the final day of competition at the NCAA Division II national championships with the lead.

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Both Drury squads are atop the team standings going into Saturday's last day, as the DU men continued to steamroll the competition - holding a 406.5  to 257.0 lead against second-place Florida Southern.

Drury has all but wrapped up its 10th consecutive national championship with the huge lead they'll take in against second-place Florida Southern on Saturday.

And they took a big step toward making it a DU sweep - which would make it five times in the last six years, with only Wayne State's single-point victory against the women in 2012 providing the blemish - by coming fast out of the gates on Friday.

It was a relatively quiet night for the DU men, who continued to beat the field with their depth. Highlight races included a sixth from freshman Fahad Alkhaldi in the 500 free, a 2-3 finish from Jordi Montseny and Sean Feher in the 100 back, a sixth from Kacper Pelczynski in the 100 breast, and a fourth from Stanislav Kuzmin in the 200 fly before the men's 800 relay team finished fifth.