Kenyon’s Maria Zarka swept the diving events at Saturday’s quad meet, hosted by Case Western en route to Kenyon’s total victory at the meet.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday have seen some tremendous efforts from a variety of Kenyon Lords and Ladies at the Division I TYR Invitational hosted by Northwestern in Evanston, Illinois. Seven teams competed in the men’s meet, and nine in the women’s. The Lords and Ladies finished fifth and eighth respectively, after the final event on Sunday evening.
SCAD sophomore Caroline Lepesant won two events as the SCAD Bees took first place in the women’s contest, and second in the men’s, at the Third Annual Brenau University Invitational in Gainesville, GA.
Goucher started the meet strong, with its relay team of Colin Richter, Cody Nelson (Duanesburg, N.Y./Schalmont), Morgan Richter and Sam Davis (Wilmington, Del./Wilmington Friends) pulling out a victory in the 200-yard medley relay. Their time of 1:42.71 was two-hundredths faster than Catholic’s team in second place.
New Paltz rises to 3-0 and next competes at the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Winter Championships from Friday-Sunday, Dec. 6-8, at Lehman College. Vassar drops to 1-2 and next competes at the Liberty League Championships during the same time frame.
The NCAA has The NCAA has handed huge punishments to the College of State Island men’s swimming and diving program.
First place finishes in 7 of the 12 contested events, including two for freshman Lizzy Hannifin (Denver, Colo./East), led the Goucher women’s swimming team to a 73-48 victory over Notre Dame (Md.) last night.
The Georgia women are one of the many top teams competing this weekend. Stay up to date with all of the necessary links and previews here.
Senior Syd Lindbloom gave the Ladies the first of their individual event wins on Saturday morning, crushing the competition to win the 1000 freestyle by 19 seconds.
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After taking both second and third places in the 400-yard medley relay, Goucher produced the champion and the runner-up in the first three individual events on the way to a pair of victories this afternoon in the von Borries Aquatics Center: 111-79 over Arcadia and 143-57 over Gallaudet.
First-place performances by Nicole Craver (Spring Grove, Pa./Spring Grove Area) in the 200-yard freestyle, the 200-yard individual medley and the 100-yard breaststroke helped Goucher pick up its first victory of the season this afternoon in the von Borries Aquatics Center.
The cross-state Emory vs. Georgia meet on Friday evening carried with it a surprising number of good story lines, given…
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Coming out of a season full of both unsettling defeat and ultimate triumph, the Williams women’s swim team looks ahead to the upcoming year with excitement and determination. With their freshly minted batch of 11 freshmen, the Ephs reflect upon their last season, while also eagerly awaiting the intensity of the new one.