Former Nebraska triple jumper Angela Mercurio has been named the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year honoree, making her the first…
There will be a ceremony on October 20th in Indianapolis, where the top 30 will be celebrated, and the winner will be announced.
Anelise Diener of the University of Texas is one of 4 swimmers who have advanced to the Top 30 of the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year selection.
Kenyon’s Hannah Orbach-Mandel was selected as the 2019 recipient of the prestigious North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Pam Smith Award.
Denison’s Bebe Wang was selected as the Google Cloud Division III Academic All-America of the Year honoree, leading a list of 14 men’s swimmers and divers.
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.
Fiona Muir will look for her third individual NCAA event title, as she is the top qualifier after this morning’s preliminary heats of the 100 free.
Emory senior Fiona Muir looks to pick up her second individual title after winning the 50 free last night, as she is seeded first going into finals in the 200 free.
Day 2 prelims at 2019 NCAA Division III Women’s Championships.
Kenyon sophomore Crile Hart, the NCAA DIII record holder in the 200 IM, is seeded first heading into finals in the same event.
Day 1 prelims at 2019 NCAA Division III Women’s Championships.
The Kenyon Ladies took home the NCAC crown for the second year in a row. On the men’s side, the Kenyon Lords narrowly lost to Denison, extending the Big Red’s win streak to 11 years.
Cincinnati at Kenyon Jan. 25, 2019 Men: Cincinnati def. Kenyon 142-101 Women: Cincinnati def. Kenyon 156-87 Results Courtesy: Cincinnati Athletics…
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Kenyon’s Abby Wilson went 51.75 in the 100 free – the fastest DIII time in the nation by over half a second this season – while Denison’s Matthew Hedman continued his streak as the only DIII swimmer under 4:38 in the 500 this season.