The last Saluki to qualify for the NCAA's was seven-time All-American Rob Siracusano who finished competed in four NCAA meets and finished fifth at the 1994 World Championship Trials.
Pallmann, Skelton,Vukobrat and Kolar all earn All-Conference recognition.
Till Pallmann won his second championship title of the meet with a win in the 200-freestyle Friday.
The Salukis lead Ball State and Evansville; Missouri State leads with 245 points.
Three Salukis picked up two individual wins on the day.
2012-13 (Sophomore): Second-team All-MAC selection...First-team Academic All-MAC selection...Won 10 events...Finished second in the three-meter dive at the MAC Championship...Swept the one- and three-meter dive in five meets...Posted fifth-best score in school history in the three-meter dive at the MAC Championship...Best three-meter score in school history other than Rob Siracusano.
2011-12 (Freshman): Won the three-meter dive in a dual meet with Ball State and finished second in the one-meter dive...Finished ninth in both the one- and three-meter dives at the MAC Championships...Qualified for zone diving championships and finished near 30th on both boards.
Prior to SIU: 2011 state champion diver...Three-time All-American...Placed in the top 10 in state three times...Son of Kimberly and Kirk Skelton...Born July 1, 1992, in St. Charles, Mo...Went to same high school as two-time Olympic medalist Katherine Reutter.