Testin competed at the Wisconsin State Championships in February, earning a 5th place finish in the 200 IM and 8th in the 100 back.
Picozzi, who is pursuing medical school, becomes the 55th Denison student-athlete to receive the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
McKendree University’s Xander Skinner has been named CoSIDA’s DII At-Large All-American of the Year, the first in the school’s history.
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.
Denison University led all NCAA Division III schools with 42 swimmers and divers earning All-American status this season.
The Bearcats swept nine individual events and all four diving events in a sweep of Denison on Saturday. The women won 226.5 to 73.5, while the men won 227-72.
David Fitch, a two time individual event winner for the Lords, and the rest of the Kenyon men’s squad will look to hold off Emory for the runner-up team trophy.
The Emory men look to reclaim their second place spot in the team standings, as the Kenyon Lords overtook them last night – the Eagles currently sit in third at 259.5 behind Kenyon’s 272.
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.
Here are the Weekly Wonders for the weekends of February 23-25 and March 2-4, 2018: