The NCAA DIII Championship Committee has decided to cancel all in-person sports meetings and banquets for the 2020-2021 season to help the budget deficit.
Macguire McDuff from Parkersburg YMCA Sharks in West Virginia has announced he plans to swim at the University of Florida beginning in 2021-22.
Not to be confused with the same-named NCAA Division III National Champion at Kenyon, David Fitch will attend the University of Florida in 2021.
Kenyon head coach Jess Book reflected on how his team wrapped up their season prematurely at “The Most Epic Time Trial Ever”.
While the time may never enter the official USA Swimming or NCAA results database, Kenyon junior David Fitch gave a taste of what could have been on Friday.
In a week where the biggest headlines have been about people not swimming, on Friday Kenyon’s David Fitch gave D3 fans something to cheer about.
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.
Last year at the NCAP Invite, the host team broke 5 National Age Group Records in mixed relays. They picked up 2 more on Friday.
MSU women handled the Ladies, while the Spartan men tied Kenyon in swimming points, but pulled out the win thanks to 1-2 finishes in both diving events.
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.
Despite the unorthodox approach, some swimmers, such as Kenyon College’s David Fitch, are still able to do turns this way with high efficiency.
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.
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.