Denison freshman Stuart Hohm was the only double-winner for the Big Red, as he took the 200 and 500 free against OSU.
With the Christmas break over and teams beginning to filter back to whence they came, it’s time to take a look at what the second semester may have in store for the division. (A hint: The Eagles will probably be at the top. Again.)
Yesterday morning, Kenyon trucked out to Denison’s pool in Granville, Ohio for one of the great rivalry meets of the…
The Ohio State men and women are winning big through day one of their home triangle meet against Princeton and Denison
Denison’s men and women both came out on top in their dual meet with Chicago this past weekend. On both…
During the NCAC relays, Kenyon took control early and held on. In the swimming portion, contested in Gambier, nine event records fell and several swimmers put out some splits that may give us a glimpse of what this season will hold.
Denison’s men and women kicked off the 2014-15 swimming season with a long course meet on Saturday at Michigan State…
After a summer hiatus filled with adventures both in and out of the pool, the time is getting close again…
2014 NCAA champs Emory led all Division III programs with 15 female Scholar All-Americans, while Kenyon and Denison tied for the lead on the men’s side with 9 apiece.
Denison head coach Gregg Parini has named Kim Lloyd assistant men’s and women’s swimming coach for the upcoming 2014-15 season. Lloyd comes to Denison after five seasons as an assistant at Colby-Sawyer College in New London, N.H.
Can’t get enough DIII Swimming and Diving? Check out this photo slide show from the meet going on right now in Indianapolis! Photo slideshow from days one and two of NCAAs at IUPUI.
Team scores after day 2 along with the ups and downs from day 3 of the 2014 NCAA D3 National Championships.
A quick rundown of scores at the halfway point of the DIII NCAA champs, with some predictions of how things will shake out over the next two days.
DIII distance phenom Al Weik talks about the season and his 500 victory at the 2014 NCAA championship.
Denison senior Connor Dignan talks about his first national championship and