The NYU men and Johns Hopkins women both swept at the in a Division 3 tri meet with The College of New Jersey.
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Denison almost swept fellow D3 powerhouse, Kenyon, but the Kenyon women came on strong at the end to take the team win.
Zuhayr Pigot, a former swimmer for the D1 UNC Tarheels and former member of the Suriname World Championship swimming team, made a big splash in his first NCAA competition since 2015.
Old Dominion Athletic Conference competitors Bridgewater and Randolph came together after their dual meet to give a Bridgewater swimmer a “Birthday Swim”.
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference has gained 8 new teams for the 2017-2018 season, consisting of 3 women’s and 5 men’s teams.
After her outstanding performance in her collegiate debut at Springfield College on Saturday, MIT women’s swimming and diving freshman Deborah Wen (Honolulu, Hawaii) has been named as the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Women’s Diver of the Week, as announced by the league yesterday.
Julia St. John of Bishop Watterson High School and Ohio State Swim Club has announced her verbal commitment to Denison University.
Meet Stats November 3rd, 2017 McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion, Columbus, Ohio Full Meet Results Team Scores Women’s Scores: Ohio State def….
Newcomers Nick Hogsed and Freya Rayner each won a pair of races for Ohio State.
Kenyon was stopped just short of beating Michigan State by an unexplained exhibition swim in the final relay of the meet.
Northwestern and Rutgers swept UIC and University of Chicago in what was essentially a double-triple dual meet.
Tracy Menzel, a 2009 graduate and four-year member of the Ladies swimming and diving program, will return to Kenyon College as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s teams.
Westin Fishel from Columbus, Ohio has announced his intention to remain in-state and swim for John Carroll University beginning in the fall of 2018.