MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The Wesleyan women’s swimming and diving team came in sixth place in the 2019 NESCAC women’s swimming and diving championship with 899 points, earning its best finish at the conference meet in school history. Williams took home the crown for the sixth-straight year (1,873 points), while Tufts earned runner-up (1,439.5 points), while Amherst rounded out the top-three (1,322 points).
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MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The third day of the 2019 NESCAC women’s swimming and diving championship resumed on Saturday with preliminary heats at 10:00 a.m. and finals following at 6:00 p.m. At the end of the third day, the Cardinals sit in sixth place with 653 points, just 47 points behind fifth-place Connecticut College.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The second day of the 2019 NESCAC women’s swimming and diving championship resumed on Friday with preliminary heats at 10:00 a.m. and following at 6:00 p.m.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The 2019 NESCAC women’s swimming and diving championship weekend kicked off on Thursday evening with the 800-yard freestyle relay.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The Wesleyan women’s swimming and diving team has its sights set on moving up in the conference ranks this weekend when it hosts the 2019 NESCAC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship. Williams is in pursuit of its sixth-straight conference crown and 18th overall when the four-day meet begins on Thursday, February 14th. Last season, Williams outdistanced the field with 1,971 points to win its fifth straight NESCAC title. Amherst (1,615) finished second and was followed by Connecticut College (1,060.5) in third. Tufts (1,023.5) and Bowdoin (998.5) rounded out the top five in the team standings. Bates (943), Middlebury (826) and Wesleyan (725) took places six through eight, respectively, while Trinity (443.5), Hamilton (382) and Colby (296) rounded out the field.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. ? The Wesleyan women?s swimming and diving concluded its regular senior hosting a meet against Coast Guard, Connecticut College and Fairfield. The Cardinals fell to Coast Guard (382-261), Connecticut College (280-261) and Fairfield (394-261). Prior to the meet, head coach Peter Solomon and the Cardinals honored their six members of the Class of 2019 ? Erin Angell, Sophia Antonio, Devon Cooper, Julia Dietz, Kylie Han and Maela Whitcomb.