Filion not only torched the D3 Record, but his time of 1:41.49 in the 200 back would’ve placed second at D2 NCAAs and been within earshot of a D1 invite.
The Division III 200 backstroke record was set twice today, once in prelims and once in finals. The record now stands at a 1:41.49.
It’s a toss-up in the women’s standings between Kenyon, who enter the session leading Emory by 4 points and Denison by 4.5 points.
Top-seeded Yurii Kosian of Kenyon clipped the 200 back record by .06s with his swim of 1:43.43 during this morning’s prelims.
With two individual NCAA titles and a D3 record under her belt already, Crile Hart will hope to push Kenyon to the top of a tight team race on the final day.
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.
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.
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.