Previews & Recaps
For the second time today, Drury freshman Bailee Nunn etched her name in the NCAA Division II record books; she first broke the national mark in the 200 breast in prelims, then repeated in finals.
Queens University of Charlotte men’s and women’s teams won their respective NCAA Division II national championships for the third year in a row.
Queens senior Hannah Peiffer downed the NCAA Division II record in the 200 back, winning in 1:54.48.
West Florida senior Theresa Michalak broke her third NCAA Division II record and won her fourth individual event on Saturday, when she blasted a 48.44 in the 100 free.
It is the final day of competition at the 2017 NCAA Division II Championships in Birmingham, Alabama.
With five national titles and five Division III records, Emory senior Andrew Wilson was the hands-down winner of the 2017 CSCAA Male Swimmer of the Meet award.
Nicht nur Theresa Michalak und Marius Kusch wurden in der NCAA, Division II, ausgezeichnet, auch Melanie Tombers erhielt eine ganz…
Melanie Tombers of Delta State and Michael Cohn of UC San Diego were honored with the NCAA’s prestigious Elite 90 award in Birmingham.
Bailee Nunn, a freshman at Drury University, has now broken her third NCAA Division II record.
Theresa Michalak won her third event and broke her second meet record with a blazing 59.51 in the 100 breast on Day 3 of 2017 NCAA Division II Championships.