2023 NCAA Division III Championships – Day 4 Finals Live Recap
Day 4 in Greensboro will consist of finals of the1650 free, 100 free, 200 back, 200 breast, men’s 3-meter diving, and 400 free relay.
2023 NCAA Division III Championships: Day 1 Prelims Live Recap
Kenyon’s Jennah Fadely will be among the top contenders in the women’s 200 IM on the opening day of the Division III NCAA Championships in Greensboro.
Alexandra White Drops 21.9 Relay Split On Day 2 of NCAC Champs; Denison Grabs Team Leads
Kenyon senior Alexandra White won the women’s 50 free (22.96) and then dropped a 21.96 relay leg, but it was Denison moving into first place on Thursday.
The Week That Was In College Swimming (Week 14) – More January Fireworks
It’s time to talk about the Texas and Kenyon women, along with other highlights from all three NCAA divisions in this edition of the Week That Was In College Swimming.
The Week That Was In College Swimming (Week 5)
Welcome to The Week That Was In College Swimming, where every week we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from around the NCAA.
Kenyon Women Have Broken 3 NCAA DIII Relay Records so Far in Indianapolis
Kenyon has won all three of the relays competed so far in the meet, breaking the NCAA Division III Record in all three relays.
Kenyon Women and Denison Men Win 2022 NCAC Team Titles
Kenyon senior Crile Hart was named the NCAC Women’s Swimmer of the Year after winning all seven of the events that she competed in this weekend.
Denison Men Take Down 400 Medley Relay at NCAC Championships Night 2
After two-days of competition, the Kenyon women are ahead of the Denison women by just four-points. On the men’s side, Denison has a hefty lead.
Division III Kenyon Sweeps Xavier in Saturday Dual
The Lords had nine individual event winners in a 198-96 dual meet win against Xavier, while the Ladies chalked up seven event wins in a 154-139 victory.
YNats Qualifier Maggie Foight to Swim for Kenyon in 2019-20
Reading YMCA breaststroker Maggie Foight, pictured above (left) with Ella Campbell (right), has announced her intention to swim at Kenyon College for the next four years.