Dhuyvetter was joined by Jacelyn Hanson, Anna Egli and Rachel Phinney on the winning 200-medley relay in 1:59.53. The meet came down to the final event of the night where Chantal Nack, Ratchel Thate, Madison Bacon and Danielle Nack turned in a winning time of 3:38.22 in the 400-free relay.
Chantal Nack also won the 200-freestyle (1:56.07) and 500-freestyle (5:11.04) while Danielle Nack won the 200-individual medley (2:08.40) and 100-butterfly (55.38). The duo also combined with Bacon and Phinney to win the 200-free relay (1:39.41).
West's Louise Dhuyvetter, Gretchen's younger sister, was the diving winner with 207.80 points.
The win improves the Scarlets to 8-0 and makes them the front runner to win the Big Nine dual-meet title.