On Day 2 of the NCAA Women's Swimming Championships, Katinka Hosszu earned her fourth individual NCAA title by setting a new NCAA record in the 400yd IM with a time of 3:56.54. It is her second straight national title in this event. Her main opponent was Caitlin Leverenz, the Cal junior who beat her to the wall in the 200 IM. This time, Hosszu was able to keep Leverenz from building an insurmountable lead in the breaststroke and then easily overtook her in the freestyle to earn the victory. In other competitions, Victoria Ishimatsu finished seventh in the 3-meter dive with a score of 342.75, earning her All-American honors. A new school record was set in the 800yd freestyle relay, with a time of 6:59.12, earning USC a fourth place finish. USC is currently tied for third with Arizona with 226 points. Georgia is in second with 247, and Cal has a commanding lead with 311. The championships will conclude tomorrow on ESPN3.com at 5 PM.