The top swimmers are quality. The 400 IM time(4:17) is flat out great. The backstroker at :55, 200 free 1:50, 500 Free 4:53, 100 fly :56.0, 200 IM 2:03 are very respectable times. These swimmers are putting decent times but if you look at the results we only have one scorer per event compared to Toledo or Ohio who have four or five swimmers scoring per event.
Unfortunately, it's DIII quality.
Zimmer's time in the 400 IM was the only time Akron had that met the provisional [B] qualifying standard which is way slower than the automatic qualifying time.
Automatic qualifying times are great, her time is OK.
Cross's time in the 100 back sniffed, but did not meet the B standard so her time is almost OK.
The other times you mentioned aren't even close to the DI B standards, but they would be OK if we just participated in DIII.