“Kalamazoo jumped out early, but our guys did not give up,” Albion Coach Jake Taber said. “It would have been easy to throw in the towel as the meet unfolded.”
Everyone loves a good rivalry, especially when it leads to excellent performances. Wabash and DePauw faced off on Halloween and meet records went flying like there was no tomorrow.
Ohio State Buckeyes proved too strong for the Division III national champion Kenyon Lords in a 163.5 – 115.5 victory.
Denison’s men and women both came out on top in their dual meet with Chicago this past weekend. On both…
Greenwood Memorial Swim Club will be sending freestyle/backstroker Brandon Jinn off to Tufts in the coming fall.
Joe Widuch of Naperville, Illinois, has made a verbal agreement to swim for University of Redlands.
US Coast Guard Academy senior Christian Brindamour spent his summer as part of a boarding party. University of Chicago Senior Jennifer Hill will be playing violin in the Halloween concert for her school soon. Her’s another peek into the lives of outstanding Division III student-athletes.
Emory & Henry College sophomore Michaela Nolte has been selected as the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Women’s Swimmer of the…
Performing in front of a group of recent alums who returned to The College of New Jersey for homecoming weekend, the men’s swimming and diving team wanted to assure their predecessors that all is well in TCNJ’s Aquatic Center. So they went out and won every event.
The State University of New York at New Paltz women’s swimming team won six events, but the Hawks were done in by host Union (N.Y.) College’s 14 points in diving, placing second out of four teams at the Union Relays on Saturday with 106 points.
During the NCAC relays, Kenyon took control early and held on. In the swimming portion, contested in Gambier, nine event records fell and several swimmers put out some splits that may give us a glimpse of what this season will hold.
Sami Kegel from Lancaster, Pennsylvania has verbally committed to Ursinus College.
Oct 18, 2014 Mahwah, NJ … The College of New Jersey men’s swimming and diving team delivered a convincing victory…
The men’s team outpaced Gordon College the University of New England outscoring them 235, 126, to 67. The women’s team was equally impressive in their debut grabbing 279 points.