Buoyed by the individual performances of Roger Gu, Kingsley Bowen, and James McElduff, and bolstered by a deep roster, the Jumbos put forth an exceptional effort to unseat the Ephs from their throne.
The CSCAA has come out with the first poll of the new year ranking the top 25 men’s and women’s Division III schools within the NCAA system. Based on the data provided, there have been no changes within the top three rankings on either the men’s or women’s sides.
2 x National Teamer 3 x National Title Holder (2015 – Phillips 66, 100 BR; 2016 – US Open, 100…
In one of the great Division III rivalries, Williams and Amherst faced off last night in Amherst’s home pool. For the women, Williams walked away victorious. On the men’s side, Amherst came out on top with a narrower margin of victory.
Amherst gets a big commit from sprint freestyler Kaison Ifill of Massachusetts.
Before their victory over Springfield College on Sunday, both the Amherst men and women’s teams fell to MIT on Saturday. By…
Both the Lady and Lord Jeffs defeated Springfield College on Sunday, resulting in a 3-4 record for the women, and…
Among the greatest rivalries in Division III is the rivalry between Williams and Amherst. In the meet last weekend with…
On the final day of the men’s NESCAC championships, the men of Williams held onto the lead they had slowly built over the past two days, and finished 99 points ahead of second place Amherst. The win came along with four additional individual victories of seven events contested tonight.
Day two for the men’s NESCAC championships, and the Ephs have been in top form, building up their small lead over Amherst from yesterday to just shy of 100 points at the end of tonight.
The Ephs won all but one event on their way through the final evening, en route to the NESCAC title, taking it away from defending champion Amherst.
Williams’ women have been on fire this weekend, and tonight only gave them room to extend their lead over their competitors. Williams is looking strong, with a lead over 400 points, the night before the final day of competition.
In what has to be one of the most exciting rivalries of Division III swimming, the Ephs of Williams College faced off against the Jeffs of Amherst on Saturday night. After a close start and some back and forth, Williams was victorious taking the meet 189-104.
Post midseason, it’s fun to look into the future and try to predict how the end of the season will play out. We’ve seen some incredible swims this year already from the men in DIII – it’s time to take a more in depth look and try to figure out how individual players and teams will stack up come March.
So, after some heavy duty training, December’s midseason meets gave us all some fast swims to marvel at and enjoy. But the big question on everyone’s mind is always – so what next? Midseason is a great way to look forward to what might be coming up in March for those athletes who will be rep-ing their teams at IUPUI in March for the NCAA meet.