Through three days of action, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps leads for both the men and women, with defending champions Pomona-Pitzer in second for both.
The MIT women lead the field by 323.50 points as Wheaton College is second with 582 points. Wellesley sits in third at 466.50.
The Williams Ephs increased their lead at the 2020 NESCAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships after picking up five more wins following Day 3.
Four more meet records were established in the nine events on day three of the 2020 Liberty League Championships.
After day two of the 2020 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championship, the MIT men and women are way up ahead.
The Ephs finished the second day with 832.5 points. Tufts stands in second place with 749.5 points, while Amherst (602 pts) is third.
The Diplomat men ended the night with 291.5 points in the top spot while host Gettysburg sits in second with 281 points.
In the men’s team standings, the Red Men lead with a team score of 561, while the Lady Reds have 600.5. Wheaton sits second for both men and women.
Geneseo took home six men’s titles and won four women’s races as they continue to dominate the meet.
The Golden Flyer men won four of five events on Friday night to hold its lead with 758 points, while Hartwick sits second with 681 points.
Following day two action on the men’s side, Pomona-Pitzer leads the field with 464 points, followed by Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in second with 416 points.
Memphis Tigers’ Claire Epperson will be joining a talented distance roster this fall when she officially joins the Kenyon College Ladies.
Nazareth College continues to lead for both the men and women after the Thursday’s action at the 2020 Empire 8 and Allegheny Empire Championships.
The host Williams Ephs set a pool record to win the 800 freestyle relay to open the 2020 NESCAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship at Samuelson-Muir Pool.
A pair of men’s relay records fell for Franklin & Marshall in the 200 medley and Swarthmore in the 800 free.