NCAA Division III powerhouse Kenyon is holding an intrasquad time trial event for its NCAA Championship qualifying swimmers.
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.
Kenyon junior Crile Hart retook the NCAA Division III Record in the women’s 200 IM on Thursday at the NCAC Championships.
Fitch first won the 100 back, swimming a 49.76 to finish first, but also establishing the #1 time for DIII swimmers this season.
The Lords had nine individual event winners in a 198-96 dual meet win against Xavier, while the Ladies chalked up seven event wins in a 154-139 victory.
After winning three individual events at the 2019 NCAA Division III Championships – and setting a new national record in the process – NYU’s Honroe Collins was named Female Swimmer of the Year.
Fiona Muir will look for her third individual NCAA event title, as she is the top qualifier after this morning’s preliminary heats of the 100 free.
Day 3 prelims at 2019 NCAA Division III Women’s Championships.
NYU junior Honore Collins blew away the field in the final of the women’s 200 IM, coming from behind to win with a new NCAA Division III Record of 1:58.18.
Kenyon sophomore Crile Hart, the NCAA DIII record holder in the 200 IM, is seeded first heading into finals in the same event.
Day 1 prelims at 2019 NCAA Division III Women’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.
Official selections will be released Wednesday morning.
The Kenyon Ladies took home the NCAC crown for the second year in a row. On the men’s side, the Kenyon Lords narrowly lost to Denison, extending the Big Red’s win streak to 11 years.
City of Mobile Swim Association’s Olivia Smith has announced her commitment to Kenyon College for 2019-20.