SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- After three days of competition at the NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships, the Wayne State (Mich.) men’s team sits in third place with 220 points.

Defending NCAA champion Drury holds the team lead after three days with 463.5 points, while UC San Diego is 34 points ahead of WSU in second place (254).

Oskar Nordstrand and Kristian Larsen came in sixth (4:29.10) and 11th (4:30.75), respectively, in the 500 freestyle. Both Warriors were part of the fourth-place 800 free relay as well (6:38.70), along with Joaquin Abascal Gallegos and Kevin Galerneau.

Abascal Gallegos finished 14th in the 100 breaststroke (56.32), while Matthew Laschuk and Galerneau took 14th (1:50.85) and 15th (1:51.31) in the 200 butterfly.

With a 14th-place finish in the preliminary one-meter diving (404.35), Darrin Driesenga contributed an additional three points to WSU’s total.