Jeff Vitek was .21 off the DIII record in the 100 butterfly as JHU took on Gettysburg in some late-season DIII swimming action.
The College of New Jersey hosted a Tri meet yesterday with Division II West Chester University and fellow Division III…
With all the best competition in DIII spread out, it makes a lot of sense to face off against tough…
With all the fantastic swimming going on already so early in the season, it’s not surprise to get some serious…
Competing against DI Navy and led by the powerful trio of Bogdanovski, Kitayama and Greenhalgh, the Johns Hopkins Jays posted some fast times in the meet on Wednesday. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to overwhelm the Mids, and Navy triumphed, 137-123 (W) and 135-119 (M).
At the meet celebrating their graduating seniors, JHU proved a dominant force over Stevens, and broke a number of pool records in the process.
On Friday night, the Blue Jays picked up victories for both the men and the women in the dual meet with St. Mary’s. Taylor Kitayama led the women while the men were paced by freshman Scott Sterrett.
The Johns Hopkins men’s swimming team won 10 of 14 events to defeat visiting TCNJ, 160-102, Wednesday morning in the Blue Jays’ first home meet of the season. The highlight of the meet came in the second event when freshman Andrew Greenhalgh broke the pool record in the 1650 Free.
Post midseason, it’s fun to look into the future and try to predict how the end of the season will play out. We’ve seen some incredible swims this year already from the men in DIII – it’s time to take a more in depth look and try to figure out how individual players and teams will stack up come March.
So, after some heavy duty training, December’s midseason meets gave us all some fast swims to marvel at and enjoy. But the big question on everyone’s mind is always – so what next? Midseason is a great way to look forward to what might be coming up in March for those athletes who will be rep-ing their teams at IUPUI in March for the NCAA meet.
The Johns Hopkins women’s swim team won eight of 13 swimming events to earn wins over Marywood and St. Francis (PA) at the annul Thomas Murphy Invitational. Hopkins defeated Marywood, 270-87, and St. Francis, 225-106, but suffered a 207-156 loss to host Loyola as the Blue Jays improve to 3-1 on the season.
The Johns Hopkins men’s swim team won 11 of 13 swimming events to defeat Marywood and host Loyola at the annual Thomas Murphy Invitational. With wins over the Pacers (270-93) and the Greyhounds (242-123), the Blue Jays improve to 3-0 on the season.
Johns Hopkins women won eight of the first 11 events en route to a 161-96 win over host Franklin & Marshall in both teams’ season-opener.
The Johns Hopkins men’s swim team won the first 12 events before swimming exhibition in the final two events en route to a 180-77 win over host Franklin & Marshall.