The NCAA has released full, cut psych sheets for the 2020 Division III Swimming & Diving Championships, and we’ve scored them out.
Town Wreckers’ Sarah Conley has committed to swim for Swarthmore College beginning in fall of 2020. Conley will be joining the Phoenix’s class of 2024.
Freestyle and backstroke swimmer Helen Chen has committed to swim for MIT beginning fall 2020. Chen will be joining the school’s class of 2024.
Kenyon’s Crile Hart is the fastest swimmer in Division III in 6 different events this season, but had to choose 3 for the NCAA Championship meet.
Austin Davis has committed to John Carroll University beginning in fall 2020. Davis will be joining the Blue Streaks’ class of 2024.
After losing their 14-yr streak to Hope in 2019, the Calvin women won back the MIAA team title on Saturday. The Albion men also defended their team title.
Gettysburg returned to the top of Centennial Conference women’s swimming for the first time since 2013, edging out Swarthmore for the team title on Sunday.
MIT has now won 15 of 22 titles since the conference began sponsoring men’s sports. It also marks the 10th straight year the men and women have swept.
The Williams Ephs won their 18th NESCAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship, totaling 1,987.5 points, the most at a NESCAC Championship meet since 2015.
It was the depth of CMS that proved to be the difference, as the Stags won just two swimming events all weekend.
The Athenas earned the 2020 SCIAC Championship by almost 100 points over second-place Pomona-Pitzer on Sunday at the Brenda Villa Aquatic Center.
The Alfred State women’s swimming and diving team made history as the Pioneers won the first conference title in any sport for the school.
Nazareth College won its third straight Empire 8 Championship and took the inaugural 2020 Allegheny Empire Women’s Swimming and Diving crown.
Gettysburg’s men’s and women’s swimming teams took over narrow leads of first place in the team standings following day three.
It was the program’s 10th men’s swimming title in school history and fourth under head coach Seth Weidmann, who was named the CCIW Male Coach of the Year.