Margaret Guo, Kara McCormack, and Haley Townsend all represented swimming and diving as finalists at the ceremony. Guo was the winner of the NCAA Woman of the Year award.
9 swimmers are among the 142 women nominated at the conference level for the NCAA’s Woman of the Year award.
Kelsi Worrell is one of 33 swimmers & divers nominated for the 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year.
After prelims of the first day of the NCAA DIII National Championships, it’s impossible to think anything but how fast this meet has gotten. After jockeying for place, Denison has 9 swims for the men tonight to Kenyon’s 6. Emory and Kenyon’s women both have 9 returning swims tonight. As points go up, the energy in this place does too…
After three days of seriously fast swimming, Big Red extends its winning streak at the Conference Championships to six years running.
NCAC Champs Day II – Dignan Breaks Another National Record; Denison Men and Kenyon Women Still Leading
During day two of the NCAC Champs, Denison’s men have widened the gap between themselves and the Lords, while the Big Red women have begun to chip away at the lead established by the Ladies on the first day.
Records have been falling like flies after the first day of racing at the NCAC Championships, hosted by Denison University in their home pool, the Trumbull Aquatic Center. The Denison men and Kenyon women are currently leading after Day I.
The second day of the Kenyon Winter Invitation proved to be just as quick and as much fun to watch as Day One. For host Kenyon College, though the event open auspiciously with very fast swims from both the Lords and the Ladies, the superior depth of the DI and DII teams arrayed against them led to a fourth place finish for the Ladies, and a third place finish for the Lords. On both sides, Ohio State University was victorious (795.5 women, 741 men).
The first night of the Kenyon Invitational, hosted in the James A Steen Natotorium saw some seriously fast swimming. That’s unsurprising, considering there are three DI schools in the house. The highlights of the evening were OSU’s Alex Norris taking down two pool records.
The pool was on fire on the second night of the Total Performance Invitational, hosted by Kenyon College. Over the course of the night’s events, an impressive six pool and meet records fell.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday have seen some tremendous efforts from a variety of Kenyon Lords and Ladies at the Division I TYR Invitational hosted by Northwestern in Evanston, Illinois. Seven teams competed in the men’s meet, and nine in the women’s. The Lords and Ladies finished fifth and eighth respectively, after the final event on Sunday evening.
Kenyon junior Austin Caldwell led the Lords’ charge and came in second in the 200 freestyle at Friday’s dual meet with OSU.