Mikayla Bisignani, who in 2019 scored at both the NCAA Division III swimming & diving championships as well as the track & field championships, is one of 9 finalists.
Former Johns Hopkins swimmer Mikayla Bisignani is one of nine finalists for the 2021 NCAA Woman of the Year award, which will be awarded on November 9.
2019 NCAA DIII Diver of the Meet Lindsey Ruderman (above) is one of the 30 semi-finalists alongside Nebraska’s Knapton and Johns Hopkins’ Bisignani.
Nine swimmers and divers, along with one water polo player, were nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year award by their respective conferences.
Jeff Vitek was .21 off the DIII record in the 100 butterfly as JHU took on Gettysburg in some late-season DIII swimming action.
The Johns Hopkins women’s swim team pulled out a one-point win over Division II West Chester in the Thomas Murphy Invitational, while the JHU men also won.
The Johns Hopkins women won eight events en route to a sweep of UMBC and host Delaware Saturday, while the UMBC men topped the Bluejays and Blue Hens.
The Navy swimming and diving teams combined for 24 event wins to post a 7-0 record Friday evening during a multi-team meet at Lejeune Hall in Annapolis.
The Johns Hopkins women won the final three events of the meet to come from behind to beat host William & Mary, 135-127, while the Tribe men won 152-110.
While many student-athletes compete in multiple sports as prepsters, it is a select few that can uphold the demands of academics and more than one sport on the collegiate level. Here’s a look at the 31 water polo athletes doing just that in 2019.