Saturday's successful meet held special significance for the senior members of the men's and women's swimming and diving squads. It was the final home meet of their careers at TCU.
"It's always good to go out on top," said senior swimmer Jason Hauck. "I've been swimming and participating in meets here for four years, so it's sort of strange knowing I'm not going to be coming back, but it's a good way to go out."
The men's and women's swimming and diving teams will face off in a match with Mountain West Conference implications Saturday in the University Recreation Center.
The men will face Centenary College of Louisiana, while the women will oppose conference rival San Diego State and Centenary.
Both the men's and women's teams performed well against conference opponent Utah last week in a home meet. The men won their match 145-92 to improve to an overall record of 2-5, including a 1-4 mark in conference.
The H20 frogs ended their home season on a high note, as the men and women's team notched sizable victories.
The women won two matches, defeating conference opponent San Diego State 85-55, and Centenary College of Louisiana by a score of 80-51 in a three-team meet.
Head swimming coach Richard Sybesma said the women had a good meet overall, winning 14 out of 16 events.