Dunn completed his trophy cache Saturday by successfully defending his 2006 title in the 1650-yard freestyle in 15:24.81. The senior had previously won the 500-yard freestyle on Thursday and the 400-yard individual medley on Friday.
Kenyon's Joseph Gosselar won two events in this year's championship meet, successfully defending his 200-yard breaststroke title Saturday in 1:59.38 to lead a one-two-three finish for the Lords in that event. The senior had also won the 100-yard breaststroke on Friday.
Kenyon's title defense was by 219 points over second-place Denison University. The Lords scored 570 points to 351 for Denison, 318 for Emory University and 305 for Williams College. The Kenyon win earned for Lords coach Jim Steen his 14th coach of the year award.
Also on Saturday, Carnegie Mellon University's David Krzeminski won the 200-yard butterfly in 1:49.54, Grove City College's Caleb Courage defending his 100-yard freestyle in :44.36, Denison's Adam Ulrich took the 200-yard backstroke in 1:48.00, and Denison took the 800-yard freestyle relay in 2:59.63.
In diving, Occidental College's Jon and Robert Dohring repeated their one-two finish in Thursday's one-meter springboard in Saturday's three-meter event. Jon, named the diver of the meet, won Saturday with a score of 531.00, 6.20 points ahead of his twin brother.
Occidental diving coach Roland King was named the diving coach of the year.
The Division III men's championships were hosted by the University of Houston and the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority. The Division III women's championship meet was held March 8-10, also at the UH Campus Recreation and Wellness Center, with Kenyon also winning that team championship.