Simon Fraser University sunk host University of Victoria in the opening dual swim meet of the season.
The Clan men won 11 of 15 events against the Vikings, while the SFU women's team nearly tripled UVic 329-112 last Saturday.
Nicole Cossey set a new dual meet mark of 26.41 in the 50-metre freestyle, bettering the old 2003 record set by New Westminster's Amber Dykes by more than one-tenth of a second. Cossey also won the 50m butterfly.
Carman Nam won three events for the Clan, earning victories in the 200, 400 and 800m free.
Freshman Brianna Bailey took first place in both the 100 and 200m breaststroke.
Alex Schofield, Courtney Triano, Katrina Sharpe and Mariya Chekanovych of Burnaby also earned wins at the meet.
On the men's side, Julian Monks led the Clan team with three victories. Monks won the 50m butterfly, while also taking top spot in the breaststroke. He set a new Clan dual meet record in the 200m breast, winning in a time of 2: 19.09, while bettering the long-standing 1993 mark set by Jason Meyer by five seconds.
Dimitar Ivanov was another three-event winner, placing first in the 50 and 200m backstroke and 200m individual medley. Ivanov's 200m back time broke Andrew Lennstrom's 1995 record time by almost two seconds.
Travis Kam also won three races in his first-ever collegiate meet. Kam placed first in the 50 and 100m free, while also setting a new school mark in the 100m back. Kam's 57.41 time bettered the old record set by Kurt Ouchie in 1999.
Other Clan winners included Adam Kautz and Alexandre Duguay.
This Saturday, SFU will host the Clan Cup International swim meet at the Paul and Margaret Savage pool. Races begin at 9: 30 a.m.