Dayton Raiders’ Abigail Schauer will head to Ohio Northern next fall.
In a thrilling meet, the Albion men and Hope women toppled powerhouse Calvin for the title. This marks Hope’s first win since 2004 and Albion’s 3rd win in program history.
The USMMA men’s swimming & diving team won the 2019 Metropolitan Conference Championship, while the Rowan women won their second title.
Saturday night would yield clarity — the team scoring would become clearer, a number of candidates would drop out of the Swimmer of the Meet race, and NCAA qualifying times would be achieved at the 2019 NESCAC Championships.
The Ithaca College women’s swimming and diving team captured its first Liberty League title, while the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute men’s team earned its fourth straight league crown.
The Geneseo men’s swimming and diving team won its sixth straight State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) title with a total of 951.5 points.
A 1-2-3 finish in the 500 free helped spur the Williams men to a 57-point day 2 lead at NESCACs.
Williams was through the halfway point in 3:18 with a body length lead, followed by Amherst and Connecticut and Tufts in a virtual tie.
On paper, the 2019 NESCAC men’s championship appears to be a battle between Tufts and Williams.
The MIT women’s swimming and diving team rewrote its own record from a season ago with 19 student-athletes listed on the 2019 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Academic All-Conference team.
Here is our list of the championship meets in the NCAA’s Division III that take place over the next three weeks.
Eau Claire swept the individual swimming awards with Collin Miller (1:48.7 IM, 53.6 breast, 43.9 free) and Samantha Senczyszyn. But it was the La Crosse women and Stevens Point men who took home WIAC titles.
The Albright Lions collected their 12th Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Men’s Swimming title, while the Messiah Falcons won their sixth-straight MAC women’s swimming crown.
The Southwestern University men led wire to wire en route to the program’s first-ever SCAC Swimming and Diving Championship, meanwhile the Trinity University women cruised to their 16th consecutive conference title.
The Susquehanna University women and the Catholic University men claimed the 2019 Landmark Swimming & Diving Championship titles.