Kristen Petersen recently gave her verbal commitment to Johns Hopkins. In the picture is her mother Stephanie Petersen on the left, Kristen Petersen, and Thom Bick on the right, (longtime Senior coach Parkway Swim Club).
The NCAA has released the “pre-selection” lists for the Division III Championships taking place from Wednesday, March 16 – Saturday, March 19 in Greensboro, NC. These will be used to make the cuts and get the meets under the maximum allowed entries.
Williams won their 14th consecutive NESCAC championships in their home pool on Saturday.
The University of Scranton’s men’s and women’s swimming teams have been suspended pending investigations into alleged violations.
Williams remained in the lead on Day 2 of Men’s NESCACs but excitement is mounting in the battle for the rest of the standings.
Williams jumped out to an early lead after Day 1 of Men’s NESCACs but the battle is on for the rest of the standings.
The Richmond women and Massachusetts men look to be in complete control and are setting themselves up to defend their A-10 titles.
Barbins is also a member of the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Committee.
The wins made eight straight for both teams.
George Kennedy has led the Johns Hopkins team to 29 event championships in 31 years with the program.
Emily Hyde was named swimmer of the meet after winning the 200 IM, 100 breast, and 200 breast at 2016 NESCAC Championships.
Records fell left and right on a very fast night of racing at the 2016 Women’s NESCAC Championships.
Andrew Greenhalgh of Johns Hopkins won a decisive victory in the 1650 free on the final day of the Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships.
Armony Dumur of Wingate set the meet and conference records for the 100 fly in prelims with 53.54.
Williams College led by over 200 points after the first day of competition at Women’s NESCACs.