The meet came down to the wire with the Cougars ultimately posting a 147-131 victory.
The Cougars started things off right by taking first place in the opening event, the 200-meter medley relay. Sarah Boyle, April Coyne, Gracie Herlong and Meredith Smith teamed to post a hard-fought 2:06.64 to touch in first place.
Sarah Kim took second place in the 800-meter freestyle with a 9:42.82 time.
Haley Horkey claimed first place in the 200-meter freestyle at 2:12.23. She also took second place in the 50-meter freestyle (:28.70).
The Cougars claimed the top two spots in the 100-meter backstroke with Boyle (1:07.78) and Smith (1:08.60).
Boyle won the 200-meter backstroke as well, posting a 2:30:24. She was also the victor in the 100-meter butterfly (1:08.14).
Smith won the 100-meter freestyle with a 1:00.90 time.
Coyne posted the best time in the 100-meter breaststroke by touching in at 1:17.90 and won the 200-meter breaststoke (2:48.80) as well.
Herlong also took second place in the 200-meter butterfly (2:28:84), narrowly missing first place. She was second in the 400-meter freestyle (4:42.11) as well.
The Cougars return to action on Saturday, Jan. 29 with both the men and women in action against Limestone at the Stern Center at 1 p.m. The Cougars will celebrate Senior Day and honor the careers of their special class of seniors.