Contributed by Robert Reiser 2019 NESCAC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS February 21st-24th, 2019 Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont Teams: Amherst, Bates, Bowdoin, Colby,…
Saturday night would yield clarity — the team scoring would become clearer, a number of candidates would drop out of the Swimmer of the Meet race, and NCAA qualifying times would be achieved at the 2019 NESCAC Championships.
The Bowdoin swimming & diving teams traveled north to the University of Maine Orono for a non-scoring Saturday meet.
The Bates men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both took first place for the fourth time in as many years Saturday at the conclusion of the Maine State Meet, with dominating performances from both squads.
Johns Hopkins sophomore Brandon Fabian broke the meet record in the 200 free this morning, he’ll take another shot at it tonight.
Day 2 prelims live recap of the 2018 NCAA Division III Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Buoyed by the individual performances of Roger Gu, Kingsley Bowen, and James McElduff, and bolstered by a deep roster, the Jumbos put forth an exceptional effort to unseat the Ephs from their throne.
Williams won their 14th consecutive NESCAC championships in their home pool on Saturday.
Williams remained in the lead on Day 2 of Men’s NESCACs but excitement is mounting in the battle for the rest of the standings.