Ups/downs for Day 1 at 2019 NCAA Division III Men’s Championships.
Day 1 prelims for 2019 NCAA Division III Men’s Championships.
Day 1 prelims at 2019 NCAA Division III Women’s Championships.
The 2019 NCAA Division III Championships begin on Wednesday, March 20 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Marymount University Men’s and Women’s Swimming Head Coach Mike Clark has announced his retirement from the program, ending the second-longest tenure for a coach for Marymount athletics.
Gov. Cuomo’s office issued a statement today saying the athletes could not use private funds to stay in North Carolina.
Anderson University announced that Tanner Barton has been selected as the next head swimming and diving coach.
The D3 psych sheets are out, and the meet is fast approaching. It’s time to get an idea of which teams are well positioned to take the title.
Denison’s women jumped from No. 3 to No. 1 while the top three men’s teams held steady.
The state of New York has a ban on non-essential state-funded travel to North Carolina.
After three-plus decades of patrolling the pool deck, one of the most successful coaches in the history of Gettysburg College and the Centennial Conference has punched his stop-watch for the final time as Mike Rawleigh announced his retirement as head coach of the men’s and women’s swimming programs on Tuesday.
The NCAA released the official 2019 Division III Championships invitee list Wednesday.
After winning their 11th and ninth straight New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championships, respectively, last weekend, the MIT men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will have eight student-athletes competing in this weekend’s NCAA Division III Northeast-North Diving Regionals.
Official selections will be released Wednesday morning.
NEW ENGLAND WOMEN’S AND MEN’S ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (NEWMAC) – MEN AND WOMEN Dates: Thursday, February 21-Sunday, February 24, 2019 Location/Host:…