Denison University claimed the victory on both the men’s and women’s side of the NCAC championship title for 2015. Their…
The Calvin College Knights swept the men’s and women’s titles in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletics Association for the second-straight season.
On the second full day of swimming and diving in Granville, Ohio the Big Red men and women remain atop…
Vika Arkhipova of Wingate will challenge Caroline Arakelian of Queens for the conference title in the 200 back on the final day of competition at the 2015 BMC Conference championships.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – echoes of Defend this Nest can be heard throughout the athletic center as Wesleyan University hosts the 2015…
Natalie Burnett won two more events -the 100 fly and 100 back- on Friday to bring her total to three for the meet so far.
After the first full day of swimming and diving, Denison has a commanding lead on the men’s side, bolstered by a contingent of divers led by senior Connor Dignan, while the Kenyon Ladies are within striking distance on the women’s side. Pool and NCAC records will continue to fall, so stay tuned!
ATLANTA – Both the Emory Men and Women’s swim teams finished in first place after day 1 of swimming finals…
Patri Castro-Ortega of Queens demolished the BMC record in the women’s 500 free on Day Two of the conference meet.
Matt Josa (pictured) and the rest of the Queens men and women continue to gain on their Bluegrass Mountain Conference competitors, loading up on A, B, and C finalists on Day Two of the championships.
Julie Wessler of Wingate broke one of the 7 meet records that fell on Day One of the 2015 Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships.
The team will head to Granville, Ohio for a showdown versus fellow conference foes for a chance to advance to the National Championship meet.
Carson-Newman’s Paul Ungur is top seed in the men’s 200 back at the 2015 BMC championships which begin on Wednesday, February 11, at Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center.
Championship season is upon us. So here’s a handy-dandy list of your favorite DIII conferences so you can keep an eye on your team…and on the competition.
Perhaps recognized as the favorites going in, the College of Staten Island led wire-to-wire at this year’s CUNYAC Championship held at Lehman College, taking the event after three great days in the pool.