The men’s team outpaced Gordon College the University of New England outscoring them 235, 126, to 67. The women’s team was equally impressive in their debut grabbing 279 points.
While Goucher senior Nicole Craver embarked on a study abroad trip to Cuba, bypassing the embargo that has existed since 1958, Smith College senior Paige Christie set off on her own crossing – crossing the English Channel, that is!
The Kalamazoo College women’s swimming team won five of the eight events at the MIAA Relays at the Holland Aquatic…
Emory hosted DI Wilmington for its first dual meet of the season. The North Carolina team defeated Emory’s men but were topped by the Eagle women.
Head Coach Christopher Woodard: “We have the sophomore class that knows what to expect and how to compete at this level, and they are a great compliment to our upperclassmen. We also have very capable freshmen.”
Bates senior Andrew Briggs spent his summer cozied up in a lab with lasers, exploring materials thin enough to only exist in two dimensions. Eastern Connecticut University senior Abby Arisco has spend most of her time on the move, visiting places struck by natural disasters and helping patch up the community.
Andrew Wilson cruises through breaststroke to win both the 100 and 200 in would-be B cut times during Emory’s intersquad meet.
The Michigan State swimming and diving team defeated Grand Valley and Denison Saturday afternoon.
Denison’s men and women kicked off the 2014-15 swimming season with a long course meet on Saturday at Michigan State…
Both of these featured seniors were involved with research this summer. Kenyon’s Jacque Garcia worked close to home with a tiny bloodsucking terror: the mosquito. Smith’s Alyssa Pascuzzo focused her attentions on something a little more out of this world: craters on Mars.
Both women in this edition of the Senior Spotlight have an interest in computers and technology, but they have put it to work in different ways. Pomona’s Victoria Gyorffy interned at Twitter this summer. MIT’s Jane He has taught high schoolers to swim and done tutoring.
North Carolina State wrapped up team wins at the 3rd annual All-NC Invite, dominating the final two sessions on Saturday.
NC State won 9 of the 10 swimming events at the meet’s opening session and swept the diving boards to jump to an early team points lead on both sides.
In this edition of the Division III Senior Spotlight, meet CMS senior Alex Mendoza who has made stepping out of his comfort zone a habit, and Macalester senior Alese Halvorson who is intrigued by both math and community health.