Wilson’s 59.68 in the 100 meter breaststroke prelims at U.S. Nationals makes him the 6th fastest American of all-time, right between Cody Miller (59.51) and Kevin Cordes (59.70).
California Aquatics’ Caitlin Leverenz is top seed in the women’s 200m IM on the first day of competition at U.S. Nationals in San Antonio, Texas. Follow the action here.
Jack Conger blasted yet another sub-52 100 fly this year with his win tonight.
The transition from backstroker to butterflyer continues for Texas Longhorn Jack Conger, who blasted a 51.95 in prelims of the 100 fly at the Texas Senior Circuit meet in College Station Saturday morning.
Yet again, Andrew Wilson has broken a DIII record. In breaststroke. In a way that would leave most DI coaches envious.
Andrew Wilson of Emory has taken down the men’s 200 breaststroke record by three seconds.
Andrew Wilson has been on fire this weekend, and this 100 breaststroke record is
Andrew Wilson of Emory is on fire this weekend. The 100 breaststroke is the second of the records he’s reset individually.
Andrew Wilson of Emory is at it again, posting another NCAA record after having reset the record set in 1998…
After the timing malfunction declaring an 8 way tie for the top time of the morning, Andrew Wilson of Emory stood on top of the morning times, holding a new NCAA record.
A quick look at the teams with the biggest rosters invited to the 2015 NCAA Division III National Championship.
While it’s not that unusual for DI schools to compete at USA meets during the season, it is a little…
With the Christmas break over and teams beginning to filter back to whence they came, it’s time to take a look at what the second semester may have in store for the division. Kenyon looks like it’ll take the top spot, but second place may be a contest between Emory and Denison.
Emory junior Andrew Wilson had a great weekend at the Miami (OH) Invitational, breaking the Division III NCAA records in both the 100 and 200 yard breaststrokes.
Emory hosted DI Wilmington for its first dual meet of the season. The North Carolina team defeated Emory’s men but were topped by the Eagle women.