NCAA Division III

Top Four Remain Unchanged in Latest CSCAA NCAA Division III Polls

The latest Collegiate Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) dual meet polls have been released, and once again there is…

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Wabash’s Belford claims NCAC Swimmer of Week honor

Wabash junior Jack Belford earned North Coast Athletic Conference Men’s Swimmer of the Week honors for his performance in in the Little Giants’ Friday night win over Illinois Wesleyan.

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Denison Takes on DI Opponents in Back-to-Back Duals

The Division III crew this year is amping up the way they prepare for the NCAA meet, and Big Red…

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JHU Wins Back-to-Back Duals; Records Fall

From Friday to Saturday, the Johns Hopkins Jays were on the attack, taking down St. Mary’s and then Stevens. JHU…

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New Paltz Swimming Edge Ramapo 134.5-127.5

New Paltz women’s swimming team hold on for a 134.5-127.5 victory over Ramapo College on Monday afternoon at the Adele and Reuben Thomas Swimming Pool.

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MUSIC VIDEO: St. Mary’s College of Maryland is ‘Walking on the Sun’ in Florida

The Seahawks of St. Mary’s College of Maryland put together this music video to chronicle their training trip in Florida.

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Emory Competes at the Arena Pro Swim Series Austin

While it’s not that unusual for DI schools to compete at USA meets during the season, it is a little…

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Albion Delivers on Day 2 of Back to Back Dual Meets

Albion Coach Jake Taber said his team swam better on the second day of back-to-back dual meets.

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Montclair State Beats Conference Rivals Rowan For First Time Since 1980’s

The Montclair State seniors led their team to the first win over conference rivals Rowan State since the 1980’s.

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VIDEO: Everybody Wants a Taste of Ursinus Swimming

The Ursinus Bears took their 2014-2015 Winter Training Trip to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and while there, used some of their…

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DIII Men’s Midseason Rankings: Kenyon on Top, Emory could challenge Denison

With the Christmas break over and teams beginning to filter back to whence they came, it’s time to take a look at what the second semester may have in store for the division. Kenyon looks like it’ll take the top spot, but second place may be a contest between Emory and Denison.

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MIT Engineers at Work and Play in Puerto Rico

MIT men’s and women’s teams hit the pool -and the beach- in Puerto Rico during their training trip, and they take us along for the ride in this video.

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WHO DID IT BETTER: Beyonce or Tufts Swimming?

While on their training trip in Puerto Rico, the Tufts University Swimming & Diving teams had some free time and…

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DIII Women’s Rankings: Emory On Top (Again)

With the Christmas break over and teams beginning to filter back to whence they came, it’s time to take a look at what the second semester may have in store for the division. (A hint: The Eagles will probably be at the top. Again.)

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VIDEO: Geneseo Blue Wave has some fun in the sun while training in Puerto Rico

The Geneseo Blue Wave, of the State University of New York at Geneseo, shared this music video chronicling their training trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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