Day 1 Prelims at the Ohio State Swimming & Diving Invitational began this morning for the following teams: Kentucky, Kenyon, Ohio State, Purdue, Wisconsin, Miami (diving only), and Virginia (diving only)
Yesterday morning, Kenyon trucked out to Denison’s pool in Granville, Ohio for one of the great rivalry meets of the…
The Ohio State women’s swimming and diving team will look to continue building early momentum by hosting back-to-back duals vs. Cleveland State and Kenyon at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion Thursday and Friday, respectively. Both meets are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.
During the NCAC relays, Kenyon took control early and held on. In the swimming portion, contested in Gambier, nine event records fell and several swimmers put out some splits that may give us a glimpse of what this season will hold.
Both of these featured seniors were involved with research this summer. Kenyon’s Jacque Garcia worked close to home with a tiny bloodsucking terror: the mosquito. Smith’s Alyssa Pascuzzo focused her attentions on something a little more out of this world: craters on Mars.
The Kenyon Ladies have secured a commitment from Conejo Simi Swim Club’s Abby Chopp. Chopp is a senior at La Reina High…
After a summer hiatus filled with adventures both in and out of the pool, the time is getting close again…
2014 NCAA champs Emory led all Division III programs with 15 female Scholar All-Americans, while Kenyon and Denison tied for the lead on the men’s side with 9 apiece.
The Capital One All-American Team was released this week as selected by CoSIDA, the College Sports Information Directors of America. CoSIDA…
Can’t get enough DIII Swimming and Diving? Check out this photo slide show from the meet going on right now in Indianapolis! Photo slideshow from days one and two of NCAAs at IUPUI.
A quick rundown of scores at the halfway point of the DIII NCAA champs, with some predictions of how things will shake out over the next two days.
After three days of seriously fast swimming, Big Red extends its winning streak at the Conference Championships to six years running.
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.