It’s time to talk about the Texas and Kenyon women, along with other highlights from all three NCAA divisions in this edition of the Week That Was In College Swimming.
Welcome to The Week That Was In College Swimming, where every week we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from around the NCAA.
Hook was third in the event at US International Team Trials as she swam a 2:08.80. Her best stands at a 2:07.87 from summer 2019.
Cook add further talent to a breaststroke group that had two freshman finish in the top-16 at the 2022 NCAA Championships.
Wentzel’s record marks the third time she has taken down the 200 breast record, being the only woman in DIII history to be under 2:12 and 2:11 in the event.
Kenyon women broke the NCAA Division III and meet records in the 200 medley relay on Wednesday night in Indianapolis.
Kenyon senior Crile Hart was named the NCAC Women’s Swimmer of the Year after winning all seven of the events that she competed in this weekend.
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.
After two-days of competition, the Kenyon women are ahead of the Denison women by just four-points. On the men’s side, Denison has a hefty lead.
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.
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.
13-year-old Avery Klamfoth was one of many swimmers at the 2021 Mother May I meet in Greensboro who came close to achieving an Olympic Trials cut.
On night 3 of the YMCA Spring Festival, Cal commit Annika McEnroe won the 200 butterfly, while her sister Kirsti took 1st place in the 100 backstroke.
Nelson was 1:46.07 in the 200 IM and 48.15 in the 100 fly. Neither were bests, but he still set new 1A/2A records in both.