For the women, it was the fourth consecutive league title and 13th in 15 years. Kailey Campbell, Claudia Chemen and Katie-Lee Wilson were each recognized with all-conference honors.
It was the fifth championship in six years for the men’s team and 17th in the past 19 for the program. Anthony Marchesani and Garrison Mendoza made the all-conference list.
Both teams earned bids to the NAIA Championships.