Kenyon sophomore Crile Hart, the NCAA DIII record holder in the 200 IM, is seeded first heading into finals in the same event.
Based on the preliminary session, the Denison men head into finals projected to score 129 points ahead of Kenyon’s projected 113 points.
The North Penn girls won their second straight PIAA Class 3A State Championship; meanwhile, the North Allegheny won their third straight amidst a record-breaking boys meet.
The Villa Maria (Erie) girls won their first state title at the Pennsylvania 2A State Championships, while Cathedral Prep dominated the boys meet.
The Greenwich High School Cardinals won their seventh straight CIAC Open State Championship team title – and won the meet by over 100 points.
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Collegiate athletes from Division I schools, the majority of whom are from University of Missouri, duke it out with a talented cohort of age groupers on night three of Columbia Sectionals.
Pawel Sendyk comes in as the top seed for this morning’s preliminary heats of the 50 freestyle and is searching for his first Pac-12 individual title.
Niskuyana narrowly claimed the 2019 New York Public High School State Championship over Great Neck South by a six point margin.
Caeleb Dressel is set to compete in his first long course meet since Pan Pacs, and will look to redeem himself against the fast-rising and newfound sprint rival Michael Andrew.
The Miami University Redhawks lead the men’s 2019 Middle-American Conference Champions after the conclusion of night one, over the course of which they set three new school records and an overall conference record.
At the 2019 NDHSAA Boys State Championships, the Minot High School boys team commenced their state championship win streak, taking their second straight team title.
The Ursinus College women’s team claimed their sixth straight Centennial Conference championship; on the men’s side, Swarthmore upset defending champs Gettysburg for their program’s second ever conference crown.
Carson Foster, pictured above, broke a national high school record in the 200 free at the OHSAA Division I State Championships.
The University School boys team won the OHSAA Division II State Championship for the second year in a row, while the Hawken girls recorded their 21st consecutive team title at this meet.