Kenyon freshman Crile Hart took 1.4 seconds off her seed time to demolish the NCAA Division III record in the women’s 200 IM with 1:58.29 in prelims on Wednesday morning.
Emma Waddell of Williams is top seed in the women’s 50 free on Day 1 of the 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Bouke Edskes (MIT) is one of the favorites in the men’s 200 IM on Day 1 of the 2018 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships.
Kenyon’s Marysol Arce and the 5 Story Lines for the 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Championships.
The 2018 NCAA Division III Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships get underway tomorrow, Wednesday, March 21 at the IU Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI in Downtown Indianapolis.
This weekend’s NCAA Division I Women’s Championships and NCAA Division II Championships are only half of the equation of NCAA…
Cal Baptist picked up 45 points on Thursday, and after a net positive of 26 additional points on Wednesday, are now vying for second place in the team standings.
With 3rd-ranked backstroker Jack Bauer unable to attend due to an “academic conflict”, WPI’s 200 medley relay was also bumped from invite status.
When psych sheets for the 2018 NCAA Division III men’s and women’s swimming & diving championships were released, they were…
Buoyed by the individual performances of Roger Gu, Kingsley Bowen, and James McElduff, and bolstered by a deep roster, the Jumbos put forth an exceptional effort to unseat the Ephs from their throne.
Typically-Division III Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York, has announced a significant change to its athletics offerings. That includes cutting…
Amherst College has withdrawn their 9 men’s swimmers from the 2018 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
The DIII psych sheets were released yesterday. The main purpose of this document is figuring out who qualified for the…
Kenyon and Emory Women and Denison men lead selections with 18 swimmers.
The Kenyon women and Denison men swam to NCAC conference titles over the weekend, with notable performances shown by Kenyon freshman Crile Hart.