AUBURN, Ala. -- Defending champion California matched its title haul from the first day of the NCAA Championships when the Golden Bears captured three national titles on Friday night to remain in first place at Auburn's James E. Martin Aquatic Center. Sophomore Cindy Tran led off the Golden Bears' repeat win in the 200-yard medley relay and then won her second consecutive 100-yard backstroke crown. Senior Sara Isakovic - a key member of Cal's 2009 and 2011 NCAA team championships - won her first individual national title by claiming the 100-yard butterfly.

Cal leads the meet with 311 points. Georgia is second (247), while USC and Arizona are tied for third (226). Four of the top five times come from the Pac-12 Conference, with Stanford in fifth place (222).

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Tran swam the fastest time of her career (50.31) in the 100-back final. She remains the second fastest Bear all-time in the event, trailing only Natalie Coughlin (49.97). In the B final, freshman Melanie Klaren finished 12th (52.77) and sophomore Stephanie Au placed 13th (52.83) overall. Au's 100-back prelim time of 52.69 moved her into seventh place in school history, past Klaren, whose top time is 52.74.

Cal's medley relay and junior Caitlin Leverenz - in the 400 IM - clocked American records Friday. The relay, consisting of Tran, Leverenz, senior Colleen Fotsch and senior Liv Jensen, posted a time of 1:34.24, which is also a new U.S. Open, Pac-12, school and pool record. That broke the record-time of 1:35.03 that the same quartet swam in winning the 2011 NCAA title.

Leverenz - who one night after winning the 200 IM took second in the 400 - swam a time of 3:57.89 to break her own school record in the 400 IM. Also in the 400 IM, senior Shelley Harper finished 11th in a time of 4:07.49, which ranks her second fastest in Cal history in the event. Katinka Hosszu, USC's Hungarian Olympian, won the 400 IM in an NCAA, U.S. Open and pool record of 3:56.54.

A member of Cal's winning 400-medley relay on Thursday night, Isakovic won the 100 fly in a personal-best time of 51.49 and will end her 100-fly career as the fifth-fastest Bear in school history. This marks the third time in the last four seasons that a Bear has won the 100 fly at NCAAs, as former star Amanda Sims won the 100 fly in 2009 and 2011.

Tran finished first in another race, winning the consolation final of the 100 fly to take ninth place with a personal-best time of 51.62. She ranks right behind Isakovic in sixth in the 100 fly at Cal.

• 200 medley relay California 1:34:24*
• 400 individual medley Katinka Hosszu Southern California 3:56:54*
• 200 freestyle Megan Romano Georgia 141.21
• 100 breaststroke Breeja Larson Texas A&M 57.71*
* American record also broken

Cal had four Bears swim in the 200-free A and B finals, including Jensen, who took third place overall with a personal-best time of 1:43.45. Freshmen Caroline Piehl (1:45.41) and Catherine Breed (1:45.45) finished 13 and 14, respectively. Isakovic, swimming in her second consecutive event with a third coming up in the 800-free relay, placed 16th with a time of 1:46.21. Piehl moved into 10th place in Cal 200-free history with her prelim time of 1:44.79.

Arizona's Megan Romano won the 200 free in record time, as her 1:41.21 broke the NCAA, American and U.S. Open records held by former Cal star Dana Vollmer (1:41.53) and the Auburn-pool record of 1:42.65 set by Coughlin.

The Bears did not place anyone in the 100 breaststroke or the three-meter springboard finals Friday, though freshman Yvette Kong moved into fourth place all-time at Cal with her 100-breaststroke prelim-time of 1:00.34 that placed her 19th this morning. Sophomore diver Kahley Rowell finished 35th with a score of 265.30 in the three-meter prelim.

Cal ended the night with a second-place finish in the 800-free relay, with Isakovic, Breed, Piehl and Jensen posting a time of 6:57.50. Georgia won the relay with a time of 6:55.96.

On Thursday, Cal won championships in the 200 IM (Leverenz), 50 free (Jensen) and 400-medley relay (Tran, Leverenz, Isakovic and senior Katherine Raatz).

The NCAA Championships conclude Saturday with seven events - the 1650 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breaststroke, 200 fly, platform diving and 400-free relay.