On Friday, the Seattle Metropolitan Aquatic Club broke the NAG Record in the 15-16 200-yard mixed medley relay (1:36.48), previously held by NCAP (2019).
Ithaca’s Jack Wadsworth became the first national champion for his school since 1996 when he won the 100 back and broke the DIII national record.
Williams’ Jamie Lovette, who broke the DIII record in the 200 free last month, comes in as the top seed for this morning’s prelims.
David Fitch of Kenyon won the 100 fly on night three of the MAAC Championships. Kenyon had six swimmers in the men’s 100 fly A-final.
Nyls Korstanje swam the 100 butterfly but as an exhibition swimmer. He swam in a time of 44.76 which is the #3 time in the NCAA this season.
As we head into the winter break, Emory women and men lead the nation in Swimulator points for Division III thus far in the 2021-22 season.
Fitch, known for unofficially breaking the record while using flip turns instead of open turns, officially re-broke the mark on Friday.
In a meet that featured the top-ranked DIII team for both men and women, Kenyon came away with the top score on both sides.
Brazilian Murilo Sartori (pictured) brings an elite-level mid-distance freestyle to the Louisville Cardinals this season.
Jeff Vitek was .21 off the DIII record in the 100 butterfly as JHU took on Gettysburg in some late-season DIII swimming action.
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.