Liu is already fast enough to contribute significant individual points at the national level for JHU.
Sargent is best in the IM, and her 400 IM is her primary event. With her best time of 4:30.72, she’s not far off of what it typically takes to qualify for the Division III National Championships
The Middlebury men and women recently came back from their bout of winter break training in Pompano Beach, Florida. The…
The Brandeis University men’s and women’s swim teams recently completed their training trip in Palm Beach, Florida from January 2nd-8th….
Wabash College junior Kevin Sheridan has been named the North Coast Athletic Conference Men’s Swimming and Diving Athlete of the Week for his performance in the Little Giants’ home victory Friday night over Illinois Wesleyan University.
Kenyon V. Oakland Jan. 12, 2019 Rochester, MI Meet Results Kenyon Recaps Men Women Oakland Recap Final Scores Men: Oakland…
The Queens women and Indianapolis men top the first CSCAA Division poll of 2019.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps swimming and diving teams earned a sweep of the weekly diving awards from the SCIAC, with Kendall Hollimon and Jacque Desmond.
Catholic University junior swimmer Chris Crafa died unexpectedly this week. The team announced and mourned his loss in a press release Thursday.
In January, 10 exceptional former student-athletes, including recent Kenyon College graduate Julia Wilson (Bethesda, MD/Sidwell Friends), will be honored as the 2019 Today’s Top 10 Award winners at the NCAA Convention.
Director of Athletics Anthony J. Azama has announced Washington University in St. Louis has partnered with Nevco and Swiss Timing to bring a state-of-the-art video board, LED scoreboard and timing system to Millstone Pool, home of the WashU men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.
Perrenial contender Kenyon College inched closer to the top if the DIII ranks in the CSCAA’s December addition.
Courtesy: WPI Athletics Results MIDDLETOWN, Conn. — Junior Dave Chen (Niantic, CT) won three individual events and the 400-yard freestyle…
Freshman Katherine Pawlak posted a second-place time in the 50-yard freestyle as WPI defeated host Wesleyan in women’s swimming & diving action Saturday.
The UNI Swimming and Diving team defeated Coe College on Friday. Katie Taylor had three individual first-place finishes for the Panthers.