D3 Swimming’s version of the bubble watch begins now. We are doing our best to keep track of the top relays around the country. If you have info, please send it our way. https://d3swimming.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=6164
The 2012 Men’s NESCAC Championships is shaping up to be the most exciting in years. Already considered one of the fastest and deepest conferences in Division III, this year the league should see close battles at almost every position. Scheduled for February 24-26, 2012, at the Muir-Samuelsson pool at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, at … Read more 2012 Men’s NESCAC Championship Preview
WIAC Psyche Sheet
Who wants a spoiler?!? You will die alone! Just kidding. Welcome to Screeeeeeeeech’s annual UAA Preview, wherein I offer my clearly biased and semi-informed opinion on everything from Wash U’s GPA to Brandeis’ MIA status. Let’s get dirty! Brandeis’ Men: Axed (ouch). Having swum with Loren “The Hebrew Hammer” Bach in high school, this kind … Read more The Last UAAs Before the Mayan Apocalypse
Let’s break down this exciting meet one race at a time. 800 Freestyle Relay Women – Hope won this meet last year despite trailing severely going into the last leg. They return all of those ladies to this year’s squad and a repeat could be slightly more than a formality. Calvin, however, may disagree. They … Read more 2012 MIAA Preview
We will use this as the “central hub” for all conference meet links. SUNYAC (2/9 – 2/11) NWC (2/10 – 2/12) ODAC (2/10 – 2/12) BMC (2/15 – 2/18) MIAA (2/15 – 2/18) NCAC (2/15 – 2/18) PAC / AMCC (2-15 – 2/18) SCAC (2/15 – 2/18) UAA (2/15 – 2/18) LAC (2/16 – 2/-18) … Read more Conference Meet Links
A lot of fast swimming went down this weekend, and as times get better and better, and the energy just keeps building, and the excitement is reaching its climax as we approach Conference weekend. Many teams are well into taper, and coaches are making some big decisions for their teams, so tensions and excitements are … Read more Weekend Recap: February 3rd
Well folks, the swimming is only getting faster. More and more teams are showing up ready to race, and putting up times that just a few short years ago coaches and officials would have gawked at. The Emory Eagles had a stellar meet against Division 1 Georgia Tech this weekend. The Eagles almost pulled out … Read more Weekend Recap – January 27th
DIII Swimming Weekly Recap: Weekend of January 20th – 22nd Another week has gone by in the new year, and numerous teams are stepping up and racing fast. These are just a few of the meets that happened this weekend: Two of the top-ranked teams in the nation faced off this weekend: Johns Hopkins and … Read more Weekend Recap – January 20th
Thanks to the entire staff at Stevens for not only recording this, but editing it as well! It’s much better done than mine. Also, note this was taped back in November.
Set in the scenic rolling hills of central Ohio sits Kenyon College, a school regarded by many to be ‘a small place to think big thoughts’. This axiom, along with many others, imbues students with a sense of identity that is unique among other institutions. To continue reading…
Chris Manning of Kalamazoo College was featured in his local paper with a short shortout. See it here.
The name says it all
We hope everyone had a happy holiday season, filled with family, food, and lots of swimming. 2012 is upon us, and Division III is still swimming just as fast as ever. While some teams are getting still away in warmer places, or just getting back, others are at their home pools, surfing through familiar waters. … Read more DIII Swimming Weekly Recap
Tomorrow afternoon, Williams travels to Pratt Pool to swim Amherst in one of the longest-held and most storied rivalries in Division III swimming. With two talented and evenly matched teams, the meet is sure to be a closely fought battle with very fast times. While Williams has a large advantage in the historical matchup, Amherst … Read more Williams v Amherst
Remember, these are done by region as decided to try to be as equal as possible. They are based on dual meets only and do not take into consideration how a team will perform at the conference or NCAA meets. Also, these rankings were voted on prior to the midseason meets. Those results were not … Read more 2nd D3Swimming.com Regional Rankings
Populated by around seventeen thousand students, The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) sits among 1300 acres in suburban Rochester, New York. Most Division III institutions have enrollments which are less than half that of RIT. A large student population lends itself to a significant number of degree programs and other opportunities available. Continue Reading Here
Our first practice video of the year! Want your team’s practice up? Let us know!