Events like 75’s and 175’s of stroke were contested at the meet.
Kenyon’s Abby Wilson went 51.75 in the 100 free – the fastest DIII time in the nation by over half a second this season – while Denison’s Matthew Hedman continued his streak as the only DIII swimmer under 4:38 in the 500 this season.
Last year, the Kenyon women exhibitioned their way out of a win at this meet. This year, Michigan State won both meets easily, while Kenyon put up several times ranked #1 in the nation in Division III swimming.
Mikayla Murphy won her third event of the meet in the 400 free at the Cleveland Sectionals.
NCAA Division 3 records are poised to fall in the women’s 200 back and 200 breast.
Kenyon freshman Crile Hart won her third event of the meet on Saturday with a 1:55.67 rout in the women’s 200 backstroke.
Day 4 prelims at 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Championships.
Emory lowered the NCAA Division III Record in the 4×200 freestyle relay by 1.47 seconds on Friday night, swimming to victory in 7:13.51.
KT Kustritz will be going for her own NCAA D3 record in the 100 breast after breaking the meet record this morning.
Day 3 live recap at 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Championships.
Emory broke the 200 medley relay record last night, now they’ll take a shot at the 400 medley relay.
Emory leads the women’s meet heading into Day 2 prelims of the 2018 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships.
Fiona Muir of Emory lowered the 50 free meet record in prelims by nearly two tenths in 22.48.
Kenyon freshman Crile Hart took 1.4 seconds off her seed time to demolish the NCAA Division III record in the women’s 200 IM with 1:58.29 in prelims on Wednesday morning.
Emma Waddell of Williams is top seed in the women’s 50 free on Day 1 of the 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.