Drury won their 8th-straight women’s team title, extending their record win-streak in the conference.
Two more pool records fell on the final day of the Denison Invite. Emory’s Jake Meyer continued to impress in the men’s breaststroke events.
Meyer became the third-fastest performer in D3 history with a 52.55 100 breaststroke and the first D3 swimmer to break 53 seconds this season.
The night was highlighted by the Emory men’s 400 medley relay, which would have won the national title last season and leads the D3 rankings by a wide margin.
Andrew Wilson’s alma mater continues to develop excellent breaststrokers as the Denison Invite kicked off with long course time trials. (Jake Meyer pictured)
In Week 6 of our NCAA recap, we’re looking at dual meet clashes between top-ranked DI and DII teams, Stanford’s early returns, and mid-major breaststrokers.
UIndy hosted GLVC and national rival McKendree for their senior meet, pitting two of the top DII teams against each other.
Purdue came away victorious against a pair of University of Indianapolis programs both ranked with the top three in Division II.
La Federazione Tedesca di Nuoto ha dato il via al Campionato Nazionale a Berlino. Nel primo giorno Isabel Gose PB nei 1500 stile libero
With the retirement of Sarah Wellbrock, 21-year-old Isabel Gose is expanding her repertoire upward to take the German throne in the 1500.
17-year-old Daniel Diehl recorded a best time of 53.03 in the 100m fly, ranking him 32nd all-time for the 17-18 age group.
UIndy men scored 527 points and won three individual and one relay en route to their first-ever national championship.
It’s Day 5 in Indy. On tap: women’s and men’s 1650 free, 100 free, 200 back, and 200 breast, men’s 1-meter diving, and women’s and men’s 400 free relay.
Day 4 finals session will feature the 500 free, 100 back, 100 breast, 200 fly, and women’s 3m diving. We will wrap up with timed finals of the 200 free relay.
Day 4 prelims session will consist of heats of the women’s and men’s 500 free, 100 back, 100 breast, and 200 fly and women’s 3m diving.