The Hope College junior picked up a pair of titles Thursday night in the 500-yard freestyle and as the lead-leg of the 400 medley relay.
The first came in the 500, as she dropped seven seconds off her prelim time of 5 minutes, 10.74 seconds for a two-second victory at finals, clocking in at 5:03.12.
The second came in the final event of the evening as she led the 400 medley relay off with a 56.71 backstroke split. Her teammates finished off the race in similarly blazing fashion for a time of 3:51.10.
Peel capped a busy day anchoring the Flying Dutch 200 freestyle relay team, finishing off the third-place effort with a split of 23.06, bringing the team home in a new school-record time of 1:35.20.
Also performing well representing the Lakers was Albion College freshman Drew Fogel, who clocked in at 4:40.19 in the 500 freestyle, good for fourth place overall. The swim dropped five seconds off his prelim time of 4:45.03.
Former Lakers were all over Thursday’s final session. Grant Stille finished 12th in the 50 freestyle at 21.54 for Kalamazoo College, after turning in a 21.51 in prelims, while Keon Rick clocked in at 22.36 for 16th place after a 21.99 in prelims.
The MIAA championships continue today through Saturday at the Holland Community Aquatic Center.