Denison Leads Scored D-III Psych Sheets For Men & Women; Cutlines Revealed

2020 NCAA Division III Women’s & Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships

  • Wednesday, March 18 – Saturday, March 21, 2020
  • Greensboro Aquatic Center, Greensboro, NC
  • Prelims 10 AM / Finals 6 PM (U.S. Eastern Time)
  • Defending champs: Emory women (10x) & Denison men (2x) – results
  • Women’s Psych Sheets
  • Men’s Psych Sheets

The NCAA has released full, cut psych sheets for the 2020 Division III Swimming & Diving Championships, and we’ve scored them out.

Earlier this week, we reported on the pre-selection sheets, which showed what events each athlete had entered, but didn’t yet have the cut lines. Now, the NCAA has released the psych sheets with cut lines, which you can see below:

The cut lists show the Denison men in line to win their third consecutive NCAA title, with 101 more psych sheet points than Kenyon. On the women’s side, Denison is 110 points ahead of Emory, which would snap a decade-long run by the Emory women as the reigning NCAA champs.

Denison has the most individual women’s qualifiers with 18 – that compares with 16 for Emory. Meanwhile Johns Hopkins has 15. On the men’s side, Denison leads with the same number (18), while Emory also has 16. The Kenyon men also have 16 qualifiers.

Here are the team scores based on scored out psych sheets:

Women:

  • 534 Denison-OH
  • 414 Emory-GA
  • 361 Kenyon-OH
  • 315 Williams-NE
  • 255 NYU-MR
  • 183 Tufts-NE
  • 175 Amherst-NE
  • 171 MIT-MA
  • 159 Johns Hopkins-MD
  • 127 Claremont MS-CA
  • 112 St. Kate’s-MN
  • 103 Wash U. MO-MV
  • 94 Bates-ME
  • 72 Chicago-IL
  • 64 Pomona-Pitzer-CA
  • 45 SUNY Geneseo-NI
  • 41 Wheaton MA-NE
  • 41 W&L-VA
  • 39 Rhodes-SE
  • 39 BSC-SE
  • 23 Connecticut-CT
  • 22 Bowdoin-ME
  • 17 Wooster-LE
  • 17 Franklin-IN
  • 14 IWU-IL
  • 14 CMU-AD
  • 12 VASSAR-MR
  • 11 George Fox-US
  • 9 Whittier College-CA
  • 8 St. Olaf-MN
  • 8 Centre College-KY
  • 7 Simmons-MA
  • 7 Scranton-MA
  • 7 Rensselaer-AD
  • 6 Whitworth-IE
  • 6 NAZ-NI
  • 5 Wesleyan-CT
  • 5 UW-Stevens Point-WI
  • 5 Gustavus-MN
  • 5 Grove City-AM
  • 4 Trinity U.-ST

Men:

  • 499 Denison-OH
  • 421 Kenyon-OH
  • 328 Emory-GA
  • 273 MIT-MA
  • 257 Chicago-IL
  • 214 Williams-NE
  • 160 NYU-MR
  • 139 Tufts-NE
  • 132 Johns Hopkins-MD
  • 123 Pomona-Pitzer-CA
  • 103 USMMA-MR
  • 103 Rowan-MA
  • 91 CMU-AD
  • 90 Amherst-NE
  • 77 Wash U. MO-MV
  • 72 F&M-MA
  • 66 Calvin-MI
  • 63 Cal Lutheran-CA
  • 61 John Carroll-LE
  • 53 UWEC-WI
  • 46 Claremont MS-CA
  • 29 Linfield-OR
  • 26 Swarthmore-MA
  • 23 Gustavus-MN
  • 23 Coast Guard-CT
  • 21 Carthage-WI
  • 20 TCNJ-NJ
  • 13 W&L-VA
  • 9 Trinity U.-ST
  • 6 Wabash-IN
  • 6 Saint Vincent-MA
  • 6 Hope College-MI
  • 4 Worcester Poly-NE
  • 3 Whitworth-IE
  • 3 St. Olaf-MN
  • 2 Bates-ME

 

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ACC

I think these scores are wrong. I got
Women’s Meet:
Denison 533
Emory 414
Kenyon 361
Williams 314
NYU 256

Men’s Meet:
Denison 501
Kenyon 420
Emory 328
MIT 272
Chicago 257

THEO

It looks like we might see the Emory women’s team finally fall! That, or Emory manages an insane championship meet bump.

For the men’s side I think Kenyon closes in on Denison a lot… I think their team hasn’t come close to it’s potential this year. Could be wrong though and if Denison is on, they’ll win. More depth.

Andy

It will be interesting to see if Kenyon get some divers qualified. The shoe might be on the other foot this year in that regard.

Check Your Facts

Well. Denison got a diver in. Kenyon did not.

ACC

Edit: Ignore me being wrong.

Jim

Denison has two women divers qualify. Their third diver is the first alternate.

Swimmer

Interesting to see how it plays out. Used to be that Kenyon didn’t rest for conference while Denison did. Now it is the opposite and Denison is the favorite to take the crowns.

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