For the second straight year, Cal owns the pool.
The California Golden Bears women have won national championships two years in a row, and the men joined them with their second straight title. Cal wasn't expected to win it this season after finishing second to the Furd in the Pac-12 championships.
Thomas Shields won the 100 yard butterfly (44.76 seconds, school record), 100 yard backstroke (44.86 seconds, school record).
Marcin Tarczynski captured the 200 IM with a school record time of 1:41.97.
Will Hamilton won the 200 yard butterfly, with Shields finishing second.
The 400 medley relay (3:03.24) also captured first behind the swims of senior Mathias Gydesen, senior Nolan Koon, Shields and freshman Messerschmidt, and it was the third year in a row Cal has finished first in the event.
Cal finished in a tie for second in the 400 yard free relay.
Trevor Hoyt finished second in the 200 yard breaststroke.
Liivamagi finished in third place in the 100 yard breast with a time of 51.93 seconds.