WIAC, home to NCAA Division III Champion Collin Miller at UW Eau Claire, has halted all winter season sports, including swimming, until the spring semester.
Wisconsin Short Course Championships finalist Ben Keller has decided to swim for the UW-Eau Claire beginning in the fall of 2020.
Kenyon’s Crile Hart is the fastest swimmer in Division III in 6 different events this season, but had to choose 3 for the NCAA Championship meet.
Miller’s win marked a 4th-straight 100 breaststroke WIAC title for Miller, becoming just the third male swimmer to have two four-peats at the WIACs.
Collin Miller of University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire has joined only National Teamer Andrew Wilson as Division 3 swimmers under 53 seconds in the 100 yard breaststroke.
UW Eau Claire raced their mid-season invite this weekend, and Collin Miller came away with a new NCAA Division III record.
David Fitch, a two time individual event winner for the Lords, and the rest of the Kenyon men’s squad will look to hold off Emory for the runner-up team trophy.
The Emory men look to reclaim their second place spot in the team standings, as the Kenyon Lords overtook them last night – the Eagles currently sit in third at 259.5 behind Kenyon’s 272.
Day 3 prelims of 2019 NCAA Division III Men’s Championships.
Based on the preliminary session, the Denison men head into finals projected to score 129 points ahead of Kenyon’s projected 113 points.
Day 1 prelims for 2019 NCAA Division III Men’s Championships.
The D3 psych sheets are out, and the meet is fast approaching. It’s time to get an idea of which teams are well positioned to take the title.
Eau Claire swept the individual swimming awards with Collin Miller (1:48.7 IM, 53.6 breast, 43.9 free) and Samantha Senczyszyn. But it was the La Crosse women and Stevens Point men who took home WIAC titles.
Emory’s Oliver Smith broke the NCAA D3 Record in the 50 free prelims in 19.37.
Bouke Edskes (MIT) is one of the favorites in the men’s 200 IM on Day 1 of the 2018 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships.