First up is the ECAC section. Pittsburgh has the event record, 1:35.19, from 1999. Virginia built a big lead early and won in 1:36.00. Results are posted here.
In the Championship of America, Texas A&M will take another shot at LSU. A&M ran a blazing 1:30.96 in Friday’s heats.
LSU led for the first three legs, but Texas A&M came flying out of the final exchange and powered on to win in 1:31.21 — the 5th best time in meet history. LSU was second in 1:31.77. Results are posted here.