2018 NCAA DIVISION III MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Dates: Wednesday, March 21 – Saturday, March 24
- Swimming: prelims 10am, finals 6pm
- Location: IU Natatorium, Indianapolis, IN (Eastern Time Zone)
- Defending Champions: Emory (results)
- Psych Sheet
- Live Results
- Championship Central
Denison head coach Gregg Parini was named the CSCAA NCAA Division III Swimming Men’s Coach of the Year following Denison’s dominant performance at DIII nationals on Saturday night. The Big Red won the meet by 227 points, their widest margin to date.
This win marks Denison’s 4th men’s title, all of which have come in the last 8 years. Under Parini’s leadership, Denison had the most finals swims of any men’s team at this national championship, and won 3 events. Kymani Senior won the 100 fly for the Big Red, while Robert Wang won the 200 back. The Denison 800 free relay of Drake Horton, Stuart Hohm, Robert Wang, and Ryan Stevenson was also victorious.
This is Parini’s 7th time winning this award for for men, and he has also won Women’s Coach of the Year 4 times.
Why is Gregg Parini smiling? Because the @DenisonSwimDive just won the @ncaad3 mens title and he is our CSCAA coach of the year. pic.twitter.com/emeRkXtuGD
— CSCAA (@CSCAA) March 25, 2018