With the first full season finished amidst the pandemic, there are a handful of big names in the NCAA transfer portal potentially making moves for next fall.
The CSCAA has announced its NCAA Division II award winners and All-Americans for the 2020-21 season.
Sophomore Fabio Dalu of McKendree Unviersity broke the NCAA DII Meet record and lowered his own DII record on the final night of the NCAA DII Men’s Champs.
Colorado Mesa senior Ammar Hassan is looking for his sixth NCAA diving title to remain unbeaten in four years of Division II collegiate diving.
Alex Kunert of Queens, the current NCAA Record-holder in the 200 fly, will seek to defend his title on Day 3 of the 2021 NCAA Division II Championships.
Day 3 prelims at the 2021 NCAA Division II Championships will consist of heats of the 500 free, 100 back, 100 breast, and 200 fly.
McKendree sophomore Fabio Dalu successfully defended his title in the men’s 1000 free, this time breaking the NCAA D2 and meet records.
Findlay sophomore Tim Stollings is top seed in the men’s 100 butterfly on Day 2 of the 2021 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships.
The action picks up again in Birmingham, Alabama after severe storms delayed the finals session on Wednesday night.
The 2021 NCAA Division II Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships get underway Wednesday, March 17 in Birmingham, Alabama.
Lindenwood won their first Great Lakes Valley Conference title in program history tonight, beating out UIndy and Drury in an impossibly tight finish.
The previous NCAA DII record was 12 years old, held, coincidentally by Drury swimmer Mitch Snyder from the 2009 NCAA DII Championships.
Drury is holding onto their lead entering the final day of competition, giving Indy less and less daylight to catch them in the team standings.
McKendree junior Gregg Lichinsky continued to have a great meet, kicking off the action by breaking his own GLVC Championship record in the 100 fly.
The swim marked a personal best for Dalu, as well as an NCAA A cut, a McKendree program record, and the GLVC Championship record.