Men 100 Free Thomas Thetford of W&L took the championship tonight in a time of 43.41. Thetford led the entire race, though faced some serious closing speed from Jesse Novak of Rowan University who came back in a 22.41 for a final time of 43.78. Thetford and Novak were the only swimmers to go sub-44 … Read more NCAAs Final Day Wrap Up!
Men 100 Free Thomas Thetford, winner of the 200 free, dashes out to be the top seed with a time of 43.76 for Washington and Lee. Last years’ 100 free champion Jesse Novak from Rowan sits himself in 2nd place as he will look to battle for a second win in the event. Connor Mergler … Read more Day 4 Prelims Recap
Men 200 Butterfly MIT’s Douglas Kogut took out his race fast (23.41), holding on to finish first at 1:47.28. This was over a second drop from prelims. He had to hold off a surging Jeff Anderson (Amherst), who out split him by nearly 2 seconds on the last 50. Anderson was fifth going into the … Read more 2016 NCAAs Day 3 Wrap-Up
A special thanks to Raymond Amato for contributing his prelims coverage! Men 200 Butterfly Amherst senior Jeff Anderson moves from 12th to 1st seed after prelims dropping a second and a half to go a 1:48.14. Orion Martin the top seed going in with a 1:47.73 from Rose-Hulman failed to even make the top 16, … Read more Day 3 Prelims Recap
Men 200 Free Relay Ollie Smith crushed the field anchoring tonight, splitting an amazing 18.90 to clench the victory for Emory and knock the team from Kenyon down to second place. Tonight there were more sub-20 splits than in prelims, though there was also unfortunately another DQ for the team from Calvin College. The DQ … Read more 2016 NCAAs Day 2 Wrap Up
A big thank you to guest writer Reid Carlson for helping us with our Day 2 NCAA coverage! Men 200 Free Relay Kenyon held onto the top spot in this morning’s prelims, narrowly edging out Emory for the rights to lane 4 in this evening’s finals. Emory, who trailed by only 11-one-hundredths, boasted by far … Read more Day 2 Prelims Recap
The first day has come and gone, we saw a lot of fast swimming, some close races, and a new national record! Here’s our recap of tonight’s finals. Men’s 500 Freestyle The top three separated themselves from the field with the difference between 3rd and 4th being 3 seconds. Greenhalgh managed to hold onto his … Read more 2016 NCAAs Day 1 Wrap Up
The first session of the 2016 D3 NCAAs is in the books! Men’s 500 Greenhalgh will be looking to hold onto his top seed and break his own record. There’s significant pressure from Baker who goes into tonight’s finals a mere .18 seconds behind Greenhalgh. The rest of the field is a going into tonight … Read more Day 1 Prelims Recap
The 2016 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships are upon us! We’ve been fortunate to see a ton of fast swimming at this meet and this year is sure to provide the same. Let’s see what we have to look forward to this year: Day 1 500 Free NCAA Record: 4:43.37, 2011 … Read more 2016 NCAAs Women’s Preview
It’s that time of the year again! The big meet starts this Wednesday and we’ve put together a preview of who to watch out for at this years NCAAs. A big thank you goes to guest writer Matt Zhiss for helping us get this content out to the masses! And without further ado, D3swimming.com presents … Read more 2016 NCAAs Men’s Preview
With the 2014-15 swimming and diving season looming, many questions remain unanswered in the United States oldest college athletic conference. Will Calvin reclaim the conference titles again on both sides? Who will be the runner-up? Will the return of National Champion Diver Will Guedes affect the conference dynamic in any way? How will Olivet fair … Read more MIAA Season Preview
The unofficial invite lists with alternates for the 2014 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships occurring on March 19th-22nd have been released!! More individual swimmers will be taken than in previous years. Check out the psych sheets for the men and women with the cut line by following the links below… 2014 NCAA DIII Women – … Read more 2014 Invite List Released!
With all the conference meets complete, which relays and swimmers are going to the big dance in 2014? It’s finally starting to take shape. The top times for this season can be found using the tab above. Remember, this year the NCAA selection committee is taking 16 teams for each relay and then inviting additional … Read more Who’s in, who’s out? NCAA’s 2014