2015 DIII National Championships: Ups/Downs Day 1

NCAA D-III National Championships

  • Dates: Wednesday, March 18th – Saturday, March 21st, 2015
  • Location: CISD Natatorium, Conroe, TX
  • Defending Champs: Kenyon Men / Emory Women
  • Meet Schedule/Time Line
  • Live Results
  • Live Video (if available): Available

Note: Ups refer to swimmers in the A final, who can finish no lower than 8th barring a DQ, and Downs refer to swimmers in the B final, who can finish no higher than 9th and no lower than 16th (again, barring a DQ on the low end).


  1. 20
  2. 17
  3. 16
  4. 15
  5. 14
  6. 13
  7. 12
  8. 11
  9. 9
  10. 7
  11. 6
  12. 5
  13. 4
  14. 3
  15. 2
  16. 1

After the first day of prelims, a number of teams have multiple athletes in the top sixteen. On the women’s side Emory, Denison, Kenyon and Johns Hopkins have a number of athletes returning to compete in the finals in every event, including the relays. On the men’s side Kenyon, Denison and Emory have plenty of firepower to set the stage on fire tonight. This morning’s performances included a new NCAA record set by Andrew Wilson of Emory. 

Day 1 Ups / Down
Women’s 500 Freestyle 200 IM 50 Freestyle 200 Medley Relay
Amherst  1 Up  Down
 Bates  1 Up
 Chicago  Down
 CMS  Down
 CMU  Down
 Connecticut  Down
 Denison  2 Up/1 Down  1 Up/1 Down 3 Up  Up
 DePauw  1 Up/1 Down
 Emory  3 Up/1 Down  3 Up/2 Down  2 Down  Up
 Gustavus  Up
 IWU  1 Up
 JHU  1 Down  2 Down  1 Up  Up
 Keene St  1 Up
 Kenyon  1 Up/1 Down  1 Down  2 Down  Up
 Middlebury  1 Down
 MIT  2 Down
 NYU  Up
 Rochester  1 Down
 St Thomas  1 Up  Down
 SUNY Geneseo  1 Down  Up
 Trinity U  1 Down
 UWEC  1 Up
 Wash U  1 Down  1 Down  Down
 Wheaton IL  Up
 Williams  1 Up/1 Down  2 Up  Up
Men’s 500 Freestyle 200 IM 50 Freestyle 200 Medley Relay
 Amherst  Down
 Bates  Down
 BSC  1 Down  1 Down
 Chicago  1 Down
 CMS  1 Up  1 Up  Up
 CMU  Down
 Coast Guard  1 Up
 College of NJ  1 Down  Up
 Connecticut  Down
 Denison  1 Down  1 Up/2 Down  1 Up  Down
 DePauw  2 Down  Down
 Emory  2 Up  1 Up/1 Down  1 Down  Up
 Gettysburg  1 Up  Up
 Johns Hopkins  1 Up  1 Up  Down
Keene St  1 Up
 Kenyon  1 Up/1 Down  2 Up/1 Down  1 Up/2 Down  Up
Mary Washington  1 Up
 MIT  1 Down  1 Down  Up
 NYU  1 Down  1 Down  Up
 Pomona-Pitzer  1 Down
 Redlands  1 Up
 Rowan  1 Up
 St Thomas  1 Down
 Trinity U  1 Up
 Union  1 Down
 USMMA  1 Up
 W&L  1 Up
 Wash U  Down
 Widener  1 Down
 Williams  2 Up  1 Down  Up

Finals start up again tonight at 6 PM.


  1. Andrew MAJESKE says:

    Kenyon has the edge, but perhaps not a comfortable one with denisons 5 divers. Seaver and Perez didn’t carry their tapers well, and kenyon could have used another scorer in the 50. Some great match ups though, and big expectations for the rest of the meet. Caldwell dropping to a 20.1 is big news for his 100 (sub 44 for sure) and 200 ( new d3 record). The race b/w greenhalgh and Conover in the 1650 should be epic–weiks record might well go down with those guys pushing each other. The 2IM and 500 races tonight might require a record time to win also.

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Hannah Saiz fell into a pool at age eleven and hasn't climbed out since. She attended Kenyon College, won an individual national title in the 2013 NCAA 200 butterfly, and post-graduation has seen no reason to exit the natatorium. Her quest for continued chlorine over-exposure has taken her to Wisconsin …

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