INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Senior Juliette Lee (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.) anchored the 200-yard medley relay to a first-place finish in the consolation final to help the Connecticut College women’s swimming team finish the opening day of the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships in 10th place with 18 points on Wednesday evening at the IU Natatorium.
Seventy-Eight Student-Athletes Make NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team; Women’s Swimming Boasts League’s Best Mark
HADLEY, Mass. – A total of 78 Connecticut College student-athletes were named to the 2017-18 NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team, as announced by the league office on Tuesday afternoon. The teams include the sports of basketball, ice hockey, indoor track & field, skiing, squash and swimming.
HADLEY, Mass. – Eight Connecticut College student-athletes were named to their respective NESCAC Winter All-Sportsmanship Teams, as announced by the conference office on Wednesday afternoon.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Connecticut College will be sending seven women to the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships later this month. The four-day event will be held from March 21-24 at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis.
BRUNSWICK, Maine – Sophomore Mary Erb (Readfield, Maine) led a group of five student-athletes who factored into an NCAA provisional qualifying mark in a pair of events to lead a group of Connecticut College women’s swimmers who competed at the NESCAC Invitational on Sunday afternoon at Bowdoin.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Senior Shannon Cry (Monterey, Calif.) swam the fastest leg for the 400-yard freestyle relay which registered an NCAA “B” cut time and advanced to the championship race of the 100 free as the No. 13 Connecticut College women’s swimming team finished third at the NESCAC Championships for the second straight year on Sunday evening.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Junior Maeve Wilber (New Marlborough, Mass.) set a school record and swam on a runner-up relay which met the NCAA provisional qualifying standard as the No. 13 Connecticut College women's swimming team remained in third place after the second day of the NESCAC Championships on the campus of Williams College. The Camels finished the evening with 844.5 points.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Sophomore Lily Gribbel (Pleasanton, Calif.) won the 50-yard butterfly and factored into a school record, pool record and three NCAA provisional qualifying times to lead the Connecticut College women’s swimming team to a third-place standing after the first day of action at the NESCAC Championships. The Camels accumulated 456.50 points through nine events.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College women’s swimming team, which is ranked 13th nationally and fifth in its region, will trek to Williams College to compete at the NESCAC Championships this weekend. The three-day event will take place from Friday, Feb. 16 through Sunday, Feb. 18.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – Sophomore Lily Gribbel (Pleasanton, Calif.) factored into four first-place finishes as the Connecticut College women’s swimming team defeated Trinity by a 211-80 score on Saturday afternoon at Lott Natatorium.