The University of Akron women’s swimming and diving team continued its dominance of the Mid-American Conference championships with several outstanding performances in the second day of the four-day tournament at Bowling Green.

The Zips have the overall lead with a score of 315.50, followed by Buffalo with a score of 198. Eastern Michigan is in third place with a score of 197.50, Bowling Green sits in fourth with a score of 160 and Miami rounds out the top five with a score of 147.

Freshman Madison Myers set a meet record in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 1:58.98, almost a full second ahead of Buffalo’s Brittney Kuras’ 2013 record. Paloma Marrero finished in third and Ashley Niznik placed fifth in the race.

Hannah Raspopovich placed second in the 50 freestyle, Alice Hottensmith was second in the 1-meter diving and the 200 freestyle relay team of Myers, Ragen Engel, Raspopovich and Sadie Fazekas placed first with a time of 1:30.06.

The Zips also broke several records on Wednesday night, led by the 200 medley relay team of Myers, Raspopovich, Fazekas and Niznik, which set the MAC record, program record and pool record in the event with a time of 1:37.28.

The 800 freestyle relay team of Engel, Fazekas, Laura Savariau and Myers finished second but set a new program record with a time of 7:15.75.

The MAC championships resume for Day Three on Friday morning at Bowling Green.