For the second year in a row, Zoe Kerrich '18 of the Wesleyan University women's swimming & diving team has been named a College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Honorable Mention. In addition, both the men's and women's swimming & diving teams were named Scholar All-America teams.
The Wesleyan University men’s swimming and diving team earned a ninth place finish at the 2017 NESCAC Championships, which were held at the Wesleyan Natatorium. Williams College won its 15th consecutive – and 16th overall title, and were followed in the standings by Amherst, Tufts, Connecticut College and Bates.
Williams College maintained its lead in the 2017 NESCAC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship with 1145 total points, however Amherst and Tufts are inching closer to the top spot with 1049 and 1008 points respectively. Connecticut College is in fourth with 989.5 points while Bates rounds out the top five with 683.5 points.
The Wesleyan University men's swimming and diving team will host the 2017 NESCAC Men's Swimming and Diving Championships this weekend in the Wesleyan Natatorium beginning Friday, Feb. 17 and ending Sunday, Feb. 19.
The Wesleyan University men’s swimming and diving team picked up its first dual meet victory over Division I Fairfield University, but fell to NESCAC foe Connecticut College in the pool on Friday night.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The Wesleyan University men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams have been named College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America teams, as announced Wednesday by the CSCAA.
The Wesleyan University men’s swimming and diving team lost a tough NESCAC meet against Hamilton College on Monday afternoon, 165-129. The Cardinals were led by Spencer Tang ’18, Ali Pourmaleki ’18 and Quinn Tucker ’20 who won two events each.
The Wesleyan University men’s swimming and diving team notched a fourth place finish at the Connecticut Cup, which was held at the Wesleyan Natatorium, The U.S. Coast Guard won the event, followed by Conn. College in second and Trinity in third.