Arthur Conover paced the Lords in their Friday showdown against OSU while sophomore standout Hannah Orbach-Mandel impressed on the Ladies’ side for Kenyon. The dual meet resulted in an OSU win on both sides.
Senior Diver Maria Zarka helped lead Division III powerhouse Kenyon College to victory this weekend with two event wins as they faced off against Division I teams Cincinnati and Oakland.
Harrison Curley took down the NCAA record in the men’s 400 IM after seeing the mark reset in prelims.
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.
The Kenyon swimming & diving team just returned home from Sarasota, FL, where they had enough time on their hands to put together a music video to go with Katy Perry’s “‘Roar.”
Of the eight events on Saturday night hosted by Kenyon at the Total Performance Swim Invitational in Gambier, Ohio, two of them ended in Steen Aquatic Center records for the women, and five for the men.
The pool was on fire on the second night of the Total Performance Invitational, hosted by Kenyon College. Over the course of the night’s events, an impressive six pool and meet records fell.
The Total Performance Invite hosted by Kenyon College in the James A. Steen Aquatic Center got its start tonight. There were only two events in this first session – the 800 freestyle relay and the 1650. Men and women from seven different Division I and Division III teams collected to compete.
Kenyon’s Maria Zarka swept the diving events at Saturday’s quad meet, hosted by Case Western en route to Kenyon’s total victory at the meet.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday have seen some tremendous efforts from a variety of Kenyon Lords and Ladies at the Division I TYR Invitational hosted by Northwestern in Evanston, Illinois. Seven teams competed in the men’s meet, and nine in the women’s. The Lords and Ladies finished fifth and eighth respectively, after the final event on Sunday evening.
Senior Syd Lindbloom gave the Ladies the first of their individual event wins on Saturday morning, crushing the competition to win the 1000 freestyle by 19 seconds.