It’s that time of year again, when teams start resting up, shaving down and digging out the fast suits. Here’s a listing of conferences, with competing teams, dates, location and some information on the rivalries to watch in Division III this season.
The Drury Men are hoping to reign in a Tenth-Consecutive NCAA Championship, but many are trying to block their path.
The Drury Women are poised to repeat as NCAA Champions with many teams nipping on their heels.
Marcin Tarcynski and the well-rounded Golden Bear men sit atop the mid-season power rankings.
The Cal women are absolutely unreal this season, led by Liz Pelton, who placed in the top 2 of three different events at NCAA’s last year. How does everyone else stack up?
With Megan Romano and Allison Schmitt gone, Shannon Vreeland will look to lead Georgia to another NCAA title. (Photo credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)
The women’s tri-meet hosted by Brown left the Brown Bears fighting for a first place finish down to the last relay against Northeastern and Massachusetts.
Penn senior Rhoads Worster won the 100 back and 100 fly in Saturday’s dual meet against the UConn Huskies.
The men’s Ivy League season begins in earnest this weekend with Brown, Cornell, Penn, and Yale all in dual meets….
If Michigan wants to defend their 2013 NCAA Men’s Championship, they’ll need to find a sprint backstroker.
The world better watch out for what Augie Busch and the Virginia Cavaliers are bringing to the pool deck. Their impressive triumph over the Naval Academy and Yale proves they’re taking no prisoners this year.
In a scoreless meet to raise breast cancer awareness, the University of Buffalo host Cornell in a meet that proves Buffalo is packing heat and ready to race.
After watching the Michigan Wolverines walk away with the NCAA title a year ago, true freshman Ryan Murphy will look to bring the NCAA team title back to Berkeley.
A look ahead to the 2013-14 season of women’s swimming and diving in the Ivy League. FEATURED IMAGE: Eva Fabian, 2013 Open Water World Championship medalist, owned the Ivy distance evens as a freshman at Yale.
Of all the exciting things that came from Tennessee in the 2012-2013 season, Molly Hannis may have been the most exciting.