The Denison women led from start to finish at the NCAA Division III Championships last weekend en route to their first national title since 2001.
The Emory men and Dennison women won the NCAA D3 championships over the weekend. Here’s how it happened in numbers. All of the numbers
Day 4 in Greensboro will consist of finals of the1650 free, 100 free, 200 back, 200 breast, men’s 3-meter diving, and 400 free relay.
It’s the last day of the 2023 NCAA Division III Championships, with heats of 100 free, 200 back, 200 breast, men’s 3m diving, and 400 free relay.
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Whitman senior Tanner Filion obliterated the NCAA Division III and meet records in the 100 back with a massive 45.75 on Friday night in Greensboro.
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps junior Frank Applebaum took .05 off the national Division III and meet records in the 200 fly on Friday in Greensboro.
Day 3 finals session in Greensboro will crown the champions of the 200 fly, 100 back, 100 breast, women’s 1m diving, and 800 free relay.
Denison continues to lead the women’s meet on Day 3 of the 2023 NCAA Division III Championships.
Day 3 in Greensboro will bring us prelims of the 200 fly, 100 back, 100 breast, and women’s 1m diving, and all but the fastest heat of 800 free relays.
Leading off his team’s 400 medley relay, Adam Janicki brought the NCAA Division 3 record to a 46.43 in the 100 backstroke.
McChesney became the first D3 man to crack 1:35 in the 200 freestyle, hitting a 1:34.72 for a new division record and a gold medal.
The Denison women look to expand upon their day 1 lead on day two and will have three A finalists in the 400 IM tonight.
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