Denison won the meet by by the biggest margin they ever have, 227 points.
The Emory quartet of juniors Fiona Muir and Meg Taylor and seniors Ming Ong and Cindy Cheng lowered the NCAA Division III Record in the women’s 4×100 free relay by 1.1 seconds with 3:18.46.
Denison sophomore KT Kustritz broke the NCAA Division III Meet Record in the 200 breast on Saturday with 2:12.27.
NCAA Division 3 records are poised to fall in the women’s 200 back and 200 breast.
Oliver Smith broke the Division 3 record in prelims, and will take another shot at it tonight.
Kenyon freshman Crile Hart won her third event of the meet on Saturday with a 1:55.67 rout in the women’s 200 backstroke.
Emory and Kenyon led the day 4 ups/downs at 2018 NCAA Division III Championships.
Denison is the expected to win the 2018 NCAA Division III men’s title with a margin of about 230 points, having executed flawlessly over the four-day meet.
18.00? Down. 43.00? Down. 40.00? This morning, Caeleb Dressel takes aim at the 40-second barrier as he heads up both the 100 free and Florida’s 400 free relay.
Townley Haas has been consistently better from prelims to finals, and he’s sitting 7th in the 100 free with just about no place to go but up. Where else does a look at point floors & ceilings along with prelims-finals trends suggest a fluctuation in tonight’s brutally close projected scores?
Emory senior Oliver Smith blew away his previous personal best and became the first Division III swimmer to break 43 seconds in the 100 free in heats on Saturday morning.
Day 2 featured tight races in the 200 freestyles, and men’s 100 fly.
NC State will likely move in Coleman Stewart on their 400 free relay after going the fastest time in history in the prelims.
In an intense 100 breast battle, only .07 seconds separated the top 3, ranging from 1:00.58 to 1:00.65.
Day 4 prelims at 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Championships.