Sofia Petrenko of Wingate took down the BMC meet record in the 200 IM on Day Two of the 2016 BMC Championships.
Patri Castro Ortega lowered her own NCAA Division II record in the 200 free to 1:44.44 leading off Queens University of Charlotte’s 800 free relay on Day One of the BMC Championships.
If someone had told me in September that the fastest dual meet of the season would be between Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer, I would have said they were crazy.
It’s conference meet season! Don’t miss a minute of the action – stay on top of your favorite conferences with this guide, complete with links to live results, live streaming and team lists for conferences in NCAA’s Division II.
February begins the onslaught of college conference championships. In preparation, we’ve put together a listing of championship meets in the NCAA’s Division III.
The University of Minnesota swimmers took a bulk of the wins at this weekend’s three-session Minnesota Challenge, including a school record diving performance by Matt Barnard.
Mary Washington swimming and diving teams took advantage of a snow day to sharpen their sledding skills.
Casey Kirby, a senior at Adlai E Stevenson School and member of Patriot Aquatic Club, has committed to swim for Denison University next fall.
The Simon Fraser women and Seattle men walked away with victories today in their dual meet.
547 swimming and diving teams from 354 colleges and universities were named CSCSAA Scholar All-American Teams this year, 40 more teams than from the previous fall semester. Colorado College’s Men and Mount Holyoke’s Women topped the Division III GPA charts.
The women of Boise State topped this fall’s list of CSCAA Scholar All-Americans
In many ways, Division II and Division III represent vastly different NCAA kingdoms. Division II has athletic scholarships, Division III…
The Bobcats were in Florida over this past holiday break.
Senior Diver Maria Zarka helped lead Division III powerhouse Kenyon College to victory this weekend with two event wins as they faced off against Division I teams Cincinnati and Oakland.
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America announces the third CSCAA / TYR Top 25 Poll for Divisions II and III. While the year on the calendar may have changed, the top number one rankings did not.