Arizona's Kevin Cordes broke the U.S. short-course and NCAA records in the 100-yard breaststroke Friday night, and Michigan remained atop the team standings after the second day of the NCAA men's swimming and diving championships.
Cordes won the final in 50.74 seconds to break the American record of 50.93 that he set in the preliminary heats at IU Natatorium. California's Damir Drugonjic set the previous NCAA record of 50.86 in 2009.
Michigan had 336 points. Two-time defending champion California was second at 301.5, followed by Arizona with 234.5.
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