Mary Washington totaled 1064.5 points throughout the four-day meet en route to its 19th straight CAC men’s swimming championship at St. Mary’s.
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The Williams College women won their 6th-straight NESCACs title on Sunday, and 18th out of the last 19.
A pair of champions were claimed on Sunday in the MIAC Conference, including the Gustavus men, who hadn’t won in more than a decade.
The Cal State East Bay women and Concordia men each collected their first-ever Pacific Collegiate Swim and Dive Conference championships on Saturday.
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The Kenyon Ladies took home the NCAC crown for the second year in a row. On the men’s side, the Kenyon Lords narrowly lost to Denison, extending the Big Red’s win streak to 11 years.
The Nebraska Wesleyan Men’s Swim Team captured their first ever Liberal Arts Championship title. On the women’s side, meet host Coe College won their program first LAC title as well.
The Williams College women have an even bigger lead heading into the final day of the 2019 NESCAC Championships than they did in their dominant 2018 performance.
For the men, UC Santa Cruz held onto its lead at the top of the standings by 37 points. while Cal State East Bay pushed its lead to 32 points on the women’s side at the PCSC Championships.
The 2019 MIAC Championships continued with MIAC records by St. Kate’s swimmers Maggie Menso, and Jordyn Wentzel, while on the men’s side, Gustavus had a dominant day as they threaten to knock off defending champs St. Thomas.
A 1-2-3 finish in the 500 free helped lift Williams College to a commanding lead after day 2 of the 2019 NESCAC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
The 2019 MIAC Championships got off to an exciting start with 3 finals, and a MIAC record by St. Kate’s in the 800 freestyle relay.
Williams’ Casey Delano, Alison McNamara, Abby Matheny, and Laura Westphal broke the NESCAC record in the 800 free relay on Day One of 2019 NESCAC Championships.