NCAA Division III

DIII Women’s Midseason Power Rankings: Emory Atop Standings, JHU Making Some Noise

So, after some heavy duty training, December’s midseason meets gave us all some fast swims to marvel at and enjoy. But the big question on everyone’s mind is always – so what next? Midseason is a great way to look forward to what might be coming up in March for those athletes who will be rep-ing their teams at IUPUI in March for the NCAA meet.


Emory & Henry Swimming Announce Schedule Changes

The Emory & Henry College Women’s Swimming Team has made some alterations to its schedule, Head Coach Dave Griffore announced Friday. The Wasps have cancelled one meet and moved another to a different date.

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Anonymous Donor Helps Fund Start Up For Manchester University Swim Team

An anonymous donation will help Manchester University hire a swim coach and begin a club team in fall of 2014, with an eye towards joining the NCAA Division III teams in the following year.

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Wheaton Women Runners Up in Wheaton Invitational; Men Take Third

The Wheaton women’s and men’s swim teams finished second and third respectively at this weekend’s Wheaton Invitational. Washington (Mo.) University was victorious in both meets. The women’s team earned 786.5 team points to finish in second behind WashU’s 1057 points. The Wheaton men earned 618 points to finish behind WashU (1031) and UW-Stevens Point (704).

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CMS Wins Double Dual; Williams Breaks School Record

CMS freshman Matthew Williams crushed the school record in the 100 back on his leading leg of the 400 medley relay. CMS went on to win their double dual meet with Chapman University and Whittier College.

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Amherst Women Trump Middlebury

Amherst’s women’s team beat Middlebury handily in the dual meet on Saturday, December 7th. The final score was 183-111, with Amherst swimming exhibition to close out the meet.

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Stevens Women Runners Up in ECAC Champs

The Stevens Institute of Technology women’s swimming team took a second-place finish at the 2013 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships at Lehman College in the Bronx with 1,297.50 points. NYU won the event with 1,650.5 points.

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Stevens Claims Fourth ECAC Crown

The Stevens Institute of Technology men’s swimming team claimed its fourth-straight Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) title Sunday. The Ducks overcame New York University and finished with 1,741 points.

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National Championship sites announced for all NCAA divisions, NAIA through 2018

The IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis will host at least one NCAA Championship meet every year from 2015 to 2018, according to site selections announced today.

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MIT wins Winter Invite

The Engineers’ swimming and diving ended the MIT Winter Invitational in first place with 1322.5 points, ahead of Keene State, who finished in second place with 980.5 points.

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Allison Fowler Named ODAC Swimmer Of The Week

Emory & Henry College freshman Allison Fowler has been selected as the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week, ODAC officials…

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Emory & Henry Women’s Swimming Ranked Nationally For First Time Ever

The Wasps, who are midway through only their second year as a varsity program, are ranked 38th in NCAA Division III after last weekend’s Union College Winter Invitational.

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Miami Invite – Day 3, DU Men Continue to Crush the Competition

On the third night of the Miami Invite in Oxford, Ohio, the Denison men locked down their victory, set two additional varsity records and finished atop the standings by over 1,100 points.


Total Performance – Day 3, Quakers Victorious

Of the eight events on Saturday night hosted by Kenyon at the Total Performance Swim Invitational in Gambier, Ohio, two of them ended in Steen Aquatic Center records for the women, and five for the men.

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Melpolder balancing act in academics and swimming is remarkable

The balancing act Brad Melpolder has achieved between his academic and athletic pursuits in the swimming pool during his career at Albion College is remarkable.

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