Eastern Michigan beat Division-III Denison at home to get back above .500 on the season.
Emory, one of the top-ranked D-III schools, clashed with D-II powerhouse Florida Southern, with the Emory women and Florida Southern men emerging victorious.
An anonymous donation will help Manchester University hire a swim coach and begin a club team in fall of 2014, with an eye towards joining the NCAA Division III teams in the following year.
The Redlands Bulldogs began their season with some impressive early results at the UR October Invitational where they competed against Division II, III and NAIA institutions.
The Wheaton College women’s swimming and diving team opened up its 2013-14 season with an 187-53 dual meet victory over Brandeis University on Saturday afternoon at Balfour Natatorium.
The NCAA A cuts suddenly got super fast; what’s up with that and what does it mean for Division III nationals this year?
Wabash College and Penn State both got new coaches on Monday.
The Emory women won the NCAA Division III title last year, and did so with a lofty GPA as well. (Photo: Janna Schulze/SwimSwam.com)
The Emory Women’s team took home their 4th consecutive title at the 2012-2013 DIII NCAA Championships. Could we be seeing a “five-peat” in 2014? (Photo credit: JannaSchulze/swimswam.com)
Nebraska Wesleyan University announced last week that it would be adding both men’s and women’s swimming for the 2014-2015 season,…
University of Florida freshman Harrison Curley has made an interesting decision on where to transfer next season. With three years of…
Emory University led all schools with 25 All-Americans.
The Kenyon men look well on pace to start another streak tonight; they take a 47.5 point lead into the…
Stevens’ Simas Jarasundas is having a blast in his first (and probably only) NCAA Championship meet. (Photo: Janna Schulze, Video: SCAC Sports)
Johns Hopkins Sweep 800 Free Relays to Finish Day 3 of Division III Nationals; Saiz Has a Scary Moment
The Emory women and Kenyon men pushed further ahead in their quests for NCAA titles, but Johns Hopkins left the pool on the biggest high on Friday. (Janna Schulze/SwimSwam.com)