Live Updates will be made on this Post throughout the night recapping each event as it goes on. (Last updated 3/19 at 8:34 pm.)
After prelims of the first day of the NCAA DIII National Championships, it’s impossible to think anything but how fast this meet has gotten. After jockeying for place, Denison has 9 swims for the men tonight to Kenyon’s 6. Emory and Kenyon’s women both have 9 returning swims tonight. As points go up, the energy in this place does too…
A quick run down of the athletes that qualified for finals on day 1 of the 2014 NCAA D3 National Championships.
After scoring out the psych sheets, Kenyon is the favorite to win again this year. Denison, Emory, MIT, and Johns Hopkins round out the top 5 positions.
The defending national champions, the Emory Eagles, are the favorites to win again this year. With the same number of swimmers and divers, however, Kenyon has the potential to climb up to the top of the podium.
Emory & Henry Athletics March 6, 2014 Emory & Henry Swimming Ranked 2nd In NCAA Division III In Grade Point Average
The Emory & Henry College Women’s Swimming Team compiled the second-best cumulative grade point average for the fall semester of…
The Whitworth women posted a team GPA of 3.69, while the Principia men topped the men’s rankings for the second-straight semester.
The NCAA released its official psych sheets this morning for the Division III men’s and women’s championships. Here are links to all the just-released info.
See the men’s unofficial qualifying list here. See the men’s invited list by team here. See the men’s alternate list…
The NCAA has released their pre-selection psych sheets for the 2014 men’s and women’s Division III NCAA Championship meets that…
During the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships (from Thursday to Sunday), the conference saw a number of records fall, and a myriad of NCAA DIII B cuts were swum by a number of individuals, as well as two A cuts posted by CMS freshman Matt Williams.
On the final day of the men’s NESCAC championships, the men of Williams held onto the lead they had slowly built over the past two days, and finished 99 points ahead of second place Amherst. The win came along with four additional individual victories of seven events contested tonight.
Day two for the men’s NESCAC championships, and the Ephs have been in top form, building up their small lead over Amherst from yesterday to just shy of 100 points at the end of tonight.
n the final day of the 2014 SUNYAC championships, defending champion Cortland was beaten by Geneseo. Cortland’s upset last year surprised everyone; in some ways, this is a return to the status quo, but it also may be the beginning of a deepening rivalry between the teams. On the women’s side, Geneseo maintained it’s victory streak for another year.
On the final night of the UNYSCSA Championships, a few more records fell, and the Stevens men and Ithaca women claimed the overall leads, culminating in a victory. On the men’s side, the runners up in point totals were Ithaca. For the women, it was Stevens.