The NCAC, home to D3 powerhouses Denison (above) and Kenyon, has announced that they will be canceling all fall sports during the 2020 fall semester.
The proposal waives the current bylaw parameters and allows schools to define the season by a certain number of days, rather than weeks.
Former assistant Brad Langford has been named the new head coach of Centenary, replacing Butch Jordan, who will remain with the program as an assistant.
The announcements leave the upper ranks of Divison III scarce should any competition be happening around the country in the early winter sports season.
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Catholic University has announced the hiring of Barton College head coach Tyler Ziegler, who will return to Catholic U, this time as head coach.
SwimSwam’s running list of all the college swim & dive, synchronized swimming and water polo teams that have been cut or canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
While we’ve seen programs make the switch from Division II to Division I, this will be the first transition from Division III in modern history.
While the NCAC has said that it will allow limited competition in the fall, Kenyon administrators have chosen a more restrictive route.
3-time NCAA champion Louise Hansson (above) was among 53 swimmers & divers nominated for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year honor.
Megan Woods has committed to swim for DIII Misericordia University and will begin her collegiate career fall 2021. She will join the Cougars’ class of 2025.
The SCAD women’s swimming & diving team are the defending NAIA National Champions. They now won’t begin training until late November at the earliest.
Louisville and Virginia led all Division I women’s teams with 16 First-Team Selections, while Texas led on the Division I men’s side with 17.
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