NCAA Division III

NYU Tops TCNJ for First Time Since 07-08 Season

Diver Brian Blum qualified for the NCAA regional meet in the spring as well as recording his first win this season on 3 meter en route to New York University’s first win over The College of New Jersey since the 2007-2008 season.

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DIII Senior Spotlight: The Road Less Traveled

Both Mount Saint Mary College’s Danielle Rodriguez and Keene State’s Randy Dunton have taken rather roundabout ways towards their chosen career paths. Rodriguez decided on PA school through elimination; Dunton chose education after realizing his affinity for coaching and tutoring.

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JHU Defeats Franklin & Marshall in First Home Meet

Johns Hopkins’ Men and Women’s teams dealt defeats to their respective opponents on Franklin & Marshall on the first

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Kenyon Defeats Denison; Many B Cuts Logged

Yesterday morning, Kenyon trucked out to Denison’s pool in Granville, Ohio for one of the great rivalry meets of the…

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Californian Backstroke-IMer Alexander Kapphahn Gives Verbal Commitment to Wesleyan

Californian backstroke/IMer Alexander Kapphahn will be heading for Wesleyan in the fall of 2015-16.

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Kenyon Men, Emory Women Begin 2014-15 Season On Top of CSCAA Dual Meet Polls

The 5-time defending NCAA Champion Emory women start the 2014-2015 season in the top position in the CSCAA poll.

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Albion Swimming and Diving tops Alma

Albion is idle until Dec. 5-6 when it swims in the Carthage (Wis.) College Invitational.

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Emory & Henry Swimming Top King And Ferrum

Emory & Henry College Swimming remained perfect on the year as it swept a double-dual with King (Tenn.) University and Ferrum College. The Wasps defeated the NCAA Division II Tornado by a 146-51 score and earned a 165-35 win over Ferrum.

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Minnesota Sprinter Hannah Baratz to Join Emory Eagles

Mayo senior Hannah Baratz has verbally committed to Emory University for the 2015-16 season.

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Bluegrass Mountain: CNU’s Raybon, Queens’ Eriksson Named Swimmers of the Week

Carson-Newman’s Lexy Raybon and Queens’ Nic Eriksson were named Bluegrass Mountain Conference Swimmers of the Week for their performances November 4-10.

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DIII Senior Spotlight: The Scientist and The Sci-Fi Guy

Pacific Lutheran senior Rachael Nelson helped Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center develop a nanoparticle vaccine. MIT Senior Austin Fathman has been playing with technology that makes science fiction seem old school. Just another week on the DIII Senior Spotlight.

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MIT Demolishes Springfield in Opening Dual Meet

In their first dual meet of the season, the MIT men’s swimming and diving team earned an impressive 229-71 victory over Springfield College on Saturday afternoon.

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Wabash swimming and diving defeat Manchester, Lose to Rose-Hulman

Wabash split a pair of swimming and diving dual contests Saturday. The Little Giants defeated Manchester 219-18 in one half of the competition but lost to host Rose-Hulman 181-113.

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Ohio State Winning Big Through Day One of Triangle

The Ohio State men and women are winning big through day one of their home triangle meet against Princeton and Denison

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Carmel Swim Club’s Claudia Sherman Gives Verbal Commitment to Emory

Claudia Sherman, from Carmel Swim Club, has made a verbal commitment to Emory University.

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