INDIANAPOLIS -- Emory is in search of their fifth-consecutive national title. The Eagles extended their lead in the team standings at the NCAA championships on Thursday, totaling 273 points during the first two days to lead second-place Johns Hopkins (232), third-place Kenyon (213) and fourth-place Denison (208).

2014 DIII Swimming & Diving Championships
Championship Gallery
Final Day Video Recap
Final: Kenyon comes from behind, captures 33rd title
Final: Emory wins fifth consecutive title, seventh overall
Women's: Final Results | Team Scores
Men's: Final Results | Team Scores
Saturday's Heat Sheets
Day 3 Video Recap
Day 3 (M): Pool gets competitive during Day 3
Day 3 (W): Emory enter final day, leads by 112.5
Day 2 Video Recap
Day 2 (M): Downhill from here, Denison leads at midpoint
Day 2 (W): Emory extends lead, searches for fifth title
Day 1 Video Recap
Day 1 (M): Weik wins national title, leads Denison
Day 1 (W): McDermott spurs Emory to lead
Emory registered all-America finishes in both women's relays during Day 2, with sophomore Ellie Thompson, freshman Annelise Kowalsky, freshman Marcela Sanchez-Aizcorbe and senior Nancy Larson placing fourth in the 400-yard medley relay with a time of 3:45.23, and the 200 freestyle relay team of freshman Claire Liu, freshman Marissa Bergh, junior Dana Holt and Larson claiming fifth with a time of 1:33.33.

Junior Megan Beach was one of four individual all-America finishers for Emory on Thursday, claiming second place in the 400 individual medley with a time of 4:20.34. Junior Michelle York added an all-America honor in the event with an eighth-place finish (after swimming a time of 4:26.30 in the preliminaries), while senior Brooke Woodward claimed an honorable mention with a 12th-place finish in a time of 4:26.81.

Emory's other two individual all-America finishes during the second day came in the 200 freestyle, where junior Larson finished seventh (1:50.71 in the preliminaries) and Bergh claimed eighth (1:50.85 in the preliminaries). Finishing 10th and 13th in the 200 freestyle to earn honorable mention certificates were sophomore Carolyn Bonfield (1:51.50) and senior Courtney McDermott (1:51.80), respectively, while Sanchez-Aizcorbe (ninth, 56.26 seconds) and junior Nina Zook (12th, 56.45 seconds in the preliminaries) each claimed honorable mentions in the 100-yard butterfly.

Adding an all-America honorable mention in theone-meter dive was senior Sarah Greene, who finished in 10th-place with a score of 397.70.

Through two days, the Emory men and women have combined to earn all-America honors in all six relays (including the two National Championships), 10 individual all-America certificates, and record 13 honorable mention finishes. The Eagles have also set school records in four separate events.