NCAA Division III

2014 Conference Champ Primer – Division II

It’s conference meet season! Don’t miss a minute of the action – stay on top of your favorite conferences with this guide, complete with links to live results, live streaming and team lists for conferences in NCAA’s Division II.


Update: Case Western to Host “Satellite” UAA Championships in Ohio

Case Western will host half of the UAA Championships, and Emory will host the other half.


College Conference Championship Meets Altered By Weather

The 2013 NCAA Division III National Champion women Emory will host a shortened conference championship meet.


Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championship Fan Guide: Hopkins Women and Men Looking Strong

Dates: CHANGED TO Friday, February 14th – Sunday, February 16th, 2014 Location: Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center, Charlotte, NC (Eastern Time…


JHU’s Final Races Going into Bluegrass Mountain Champs

The Jays of Johns Hopkins faced off against some DI competition on Saturday and Sunday in the final meet of their regular season before the Bluegrass Mountain Championships, February 12-15.

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Final Competition for MIT before NEWMAC Champs

MIT’s men’s swimming and diving team raced well on the second day of the non-scoring Wheaton Invitational on Saturday, ending the weekend with multiple wins. Junior Ben Bauchwitz (Hershey, Pa.) led the Cardinal and Gray with three individual wins throughout the day. This meet, which was against Wheaton College, Clark University and WPI, was the last meet that the Engineers will race in until the NEWMAC Championships at the end of this month.

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Richter Defends 200 Butterfly Crown at Landmark Conference Championships

Morgan Richter repeated in the 200-yard butterfly tonight at the 2014 Landmark Conference Swimming & Diving Championships. He’s only the second male swimmer in the history of Goucher’s swimming program to have earned three conference titles.

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2014 Conference Champ Primer – Division III

It’s that time of year again, when teams start resting up, shaving down and digging out the fast suits. Here’s a listing of conferences, with competing teams, dates, location and some information on the rivalries to watch in Division III this season.


Emory & Henry Women’s Swimming Ready For The 2014 ODAC Championships

The Emory & Henry College Women’s Swimming Team will conclude the 2013-14 season this weekend at the 2014 Old Dominion…

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New Paltz Nets Vassar Sprint Invitational Title on Last Relay

New Paltz, which captured five of the top six finishes in the 200 freestyle, entered the stretch run of the meet with significant momentum.

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New Paltz Tops Skidmore Sprint Invitational Title

Cassidy Griger led the way individually for the Hawks, winning the 500 freestyle (5:26.08) and the 100 freestyle (55.17) in addition to placing second in the 50 freestyle (25.77).

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Albion College Tops Olivet College

Albion put the exclamation point on a dual season in which it won four of five dual meets against MIAA rivals. The Britons now turn their attention to the league’s championship meet, set for Feb. 12-15 at Calvin College.

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DI Navy Sinks JHU

Competing against DI Navy and led by the powerful trio of Bogdanovski, Kitayama and Greenhalgh, the Johns Hopkins Jays posted some fast times in the meet on Wednesday. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to overwhelm the Mids, and Navy triumphed, 137-123 (W) and 135-119 (M).

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Diver Mike Crinion learns skills through YouTube

Mike Crinion has always sought out diverse experiences to defy stereotypes.

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Williams Bests MIT, Middlebury in Back-to-Back Dual Meets

The Ephs of Williams certainly had a weekend filled with fast swimming. On Friday they faced off against the MIT Engineers and came out on top (192-97 for women, 159-137 for men). Less than eighteen hours later, the Ephs were back up on the blocks racing NESCAC competitors Middlebury and again came out victorious (185-108 for women, 197-101 for men).

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