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Images from the 2017 Women's Collegiate Triathlon National Championship

Three Arizona State University women swept the individual podium on Sunday at the Women’s Collegiate Triathlon National Championship at Tempe Town Lake, as the Sun Devils successfully defended their team title on home soil. Freshman Hannah Henry took the individual win, followed by sophomore Charlotte Ahrens in second and freshman Kyla Roy in third.

Eighty-one women hit the start line, a record field for the third official National Championship since triathlon became an NCAA Emerging Sport for Women in January of 2014. In total, 11 varsity teams and 10 club teams were represented at all three divisions. Athletes covered a sprint-distance course featuring a 750-meter swim, draft-legal 20-kilometer bike and 5-kilometer run.

ASU took the team title for the second consecutive year with six points, followed by Queens (17), the University of California at Berkeley (39), the University of Colorado at Boulder (48) and North Central College (86). ASU was also the top Division I school, Queens earned the Division II title, and North Central College claimed the Division III crown. The individual division champions were Henry of ASU (DI), Knoll of Queens (DII) and Grace Miller of North Central College (DIII). Click here to read the full race recap.