With a Wells Fargo PCH Cup decision on the line in the final race, LMU edged Pepperdine.
LMU leads Pepperdine by a half point following the first session of the Lions Cup.
Hannah Calton took first in the 100 butterfly against UCSD and CSU Bakersfield.
LMU swimming posted 15 personal-best times over the three-day competition.
Hannah Calton, Lanna Kozlowski and Olivia Nielsen all reached evening finals on Friday.
Kjirsten Magnuson and the Lions will head to San Diego this Saturday.
The LMU swimming team swam against the LMU men's basketball in friendly competition.
The LMU Sports Network interviews three new LMU swimmers.
Hannah Calton is in her third season with LMU swimming...current President of LMU Athletes in Action...
2013-14...had a stellar freshman season, breaking and re-breaking LMU's 100 and 200 butterfly records...placed second in the 200 butterfly and fourth in the 100 butterfly at the Arena Invite in November with new program-records of 55.62 and 2:02.53, then re-broke both records two weeks later at the US Swimming Winter National Championships (2:01.82 and 55.56)...finished the season with a career-best time in the 100 butterfly of 55.57 placing seventh at the 2014 MPSF Championships and earning Second Team All-Conference honors...also recorded a career-best time in the 200 individual medley of 2:04.78, second-fastest time in LMU history...earned a third LMU record swimming the butterfly leg as part of the 400 medley relay that lowered the existing LMU record at the MPSF Conference meet...was dominant in the butterfly events throughout the season with numerous victories in dual meets against USD, Alaska-Fairbanks, Davis, Fresno St. and Pepperdine...also demonstrated versatility by winning the 200 and 500 freestyle events against Alaska-Fairbanks (pool record in the 200) and by qualifying for the Championship final at the Arena Invitational in the 200 Individual Medley...