The award recognizes one male senior student-athlete who distinguishes himself throughout his career in several areas including academics and athletics.
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.
In a meet that featured the top-ranked DIII team for both men and women, Kenyon came away with the top score on both sides.
Kenyon swimmer Marcus Hong broke a two-week old personal best in the 50 free yesterday, and returned to action today, dropping time in the 100 free and 50 fly
Pasadyn posted a 4:45.79, marking a huge drop from her previous best of 4:51.00, which she swam at a Harvard dual meet in January of this year.
Hong also won the men’s 200 free in the morning session, touching in 1:39.03, breaking 1:40 for the first time.
Tyler Hong, whose 200 IM time ranked him 90th in the world for 18-under boys in 2019, has verbally committed to Princeton for 2021-22.
Kenyon head coach Jess Book reflected on how his team wrapped up their season prematurely at “The Most Epic Time Trial Ever”.
Fitch first won the 100 back, swimming a 49.76 to finish first, but also establishing the #1 time for DIII swimmers this season.
The Lords had nine individual event winners in a 198-96 dual meet win against Xavier, while the Ladies chalked up seven event wins in a 154-139 victory.
Cincinnati at Kenyon Jan. 25, 2019 Men: Cincinnati def. Kenyon 142-101 Women: Cincinnati def. Kenyon 156-87 Results Courtesy: Cincinnati Athletics…
Kenyon’s Abby Wilson went 51.75 in the 100 free – the fastest DIII time in the nation by over half a second this season – while Denison’s Matthew Hedman continued his streak as the only DIII swimmer under 4:38 in the 500 this season.