Emory Claims 6th Consecutive NCAA Title; Kenyon Adds a 34th NCAA Championship

Female Swimmer of the Meet

Sarah Thompson of Williams: New NCAA record in 1650; won 500, runner up in 200 freestyle

Male Swimmer of the Meet

Andrew Wilson of Emory: New NCAA records in 200 IM, 100 breast and 200 breast

Female Diver of the Meet

Maura Sticco-Ivins of Wellesley: Won 3 meter, runner up on 1 meter

Male Diver of the Meet

Max Levy of Denison: Won 1 and 3 meter

Women’s Coach of the Year

Steve Custer of Williams

Men’s Coach of the Year

Jess Book of Kenyon

Women’s Diving Coach of the Year

Zach Lichter of Wellesley

Men’s Diving Coach of the Year

Russ Bertram of Denison

Final Team Scores

 Place  Men’s Team  Final Score  Place  Women’s Team  Final Score
 1  Kenyon  468  1  Emory  603
 2  Denison  383  2  Denison  457.5
 3  Williams  292  3  Williams  434
 4  Emory  233  4  Kenyon  404
 5  CMS  204  5  Johns Hopkins  250
 6  Wash U  167  6  Amherst 173
 7  TCNJ  164  7  MIT 142
 8  Johns Hopkins  162  8  Wash U  120.5
 9  NYU  153  9  NYU 116
 10  MIT  151.5  10  Gustavus 99.5
 11  DePauw  125  11  Bates 91
 12  Gettysburg  123  12  Wheaton IL 84
 13  Amherst  107  13  Chicago 82
 14  Chicago  94  14  DePauw 63
 15  Whitman  76  15  St Thomas  61
 16  Keene St  66  16  CMS 60.5
 17  Trinity U  57  17  Stevens  41
 18  Mary Washington  54  18 UWEC 40
 19  Conn  52  18 Middlebury 40
 20  USMMA  47  20 Wellesley 37
 21  Redlands  46  21  Whitewater 36
 22  Rowan  45  21  Luther  36
 23  BSC  41  23  Fredonia  34
 23  Tufts  41  24  Hope 33
 25  St Thomas  37  25  Trinity U 31
 26  Ithaca  33  26  Centre 27
 26  Fredonia  33  27  La Verne  26
 28  Occidental  31  28  Rochester  24.5
 28  Calvin  31  29  Geneseo  24
 30  W&L  29  30  Lake Forest  23
 31  Kalamazoo  28  30  Springfield  23
 32  York  26  32  Ithaca  18
 33  Whitworth  22  33  Keene St  16
 34  Behrend  20  34  Rensselaer  15
 35  Widener  19.5  34  IWU  15
 36  Pomona-Pitzer  17 36  Rose-Hulman  14
 37  Bates  16  37  VASSAR  12
 38  Union  14  38  Mount Holyoke 11
 38  Middlebury  14 39  Conn  10
 40  Westminster  13  39  Kalamazoo  10
 40  Stevens  13 41 CMU  9
 40  UWL  13  42  Pomona-Pitzer  8
 40  Rose-Hulman  13 43  Westfield State  6.5
 44  Coast Guard  12 44 Grove City  6
 45  Colorado  11 45  Ursinus  1
 46  Hartwick  10 45  Carleton  1
 47  Springfield  9
 47  Geneseo  9
 49 Case Western  8
 49  CMU  8
 51  Stevens Point  5
 52  Albion  2
 52  WPI  2
 52  Lake Forest  2

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THEO

And what a year it was!

NCAA records were broken in 11 of the 14 individual events, and also in two relays. In many cases (500 free, 2IM, 4IM, 2back) multiple swimmers ducked under the old records. Andrew Wilson was certainly a spectacle of his own, but the meet as a whole was really impressive.

This was a breakthrough year for d3 swimming. So exciting to watch. Every year, the whole sport of swimming gets faster at every level, but I see d3 as moving exceptionally fast. So excited to see what is in store for the future.

THEO

My comment above was geared more towards the mens side. I see the same trends on the women’s side, but much less so this year (only two records broken, I believe). In most cases, the top time in women’s events was well off the records. An interesting discrepancy in my opinion

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Hannah Saiz fell into a pool at age eleven and hasn't climbed out since. She attended Kenyon College, won an individual national title in the 2013 NCAA 200 butterfly, and post-graduation has seen no reason to exit the natatorium. Her quest for continued chlorine over-exposure has taken her to Wisconsin …

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