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Can’t get enough DIII Swimming and Diving? Check out this photo slide show from the meet going on right now in Indianapolis! Photo slideshow from days one and two of NCAAs at IUPUI.
Andrew Seliskar holds the top seeds in the 200 breast and 100 fly as well as the second seed in the 100 back. For the girls, Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson had a pair of strong prelims races.
The Georgia women caught fire early thanks to Brittany MacLean’s NCAA Record in the 500 free, They’ll hope to keep that momentum on Friday.
After day 3 prelims, Kenyon’s men will have 5 swims to combat four divers from Denison, one returning swimmer and the timed final of the 800 freestyle relay. On the women’s side, Emory’s Eagles are taking flight with 9 returning swims and the relay tonight. Denison and Kenyon both have 4 and JHU has 2 returning swimmers.
Team scores after day 2 along with the ups and downs from day 3 of the 2014 NCAA D3 National Championships.
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Georgia roars as MacLean edges Franklin in the 500 free 2014 Women’s NCAA final.
Stanford’s Maya DiRado, Katie Olsen, Felicia Lee and anchor leg Lia Neal celebrate their 400 medley relay record!
Stanford’s Maya DiRado had a huge summer and earned a spot on the US World Championship team. This season in the NCAA, she’s followed suit by breaking through her “outside looking in” position with a 1:52.50 to win the women’s 200 IM: her first career NCAA title.
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The women’s 500 free was the race of the night, Missy Franklin’s first NCAA Championship final. Expectations were huge for…
A quick rundown of scores at the halfway point of the DIII NCAA champs, with some predictions of how things will shake out over the next two days.
Diver Laura Ryan “still in shock”! She won the one meter diving tonight at NCAAs. She clearly can dive phenomenally…
Olivia Smoliga, celebrating here after her win in the 50 freestyle, was a popular pick on night one in our Nike Pick ‘Em Contest.