The Amherst College swimming and diving teams each placed in the top 10 at the NCAA Division III Championships, which concluded Saturday night at the University of Tennessee. Kendra Stern ’11 (Albuquerque, NM) highlighted the final day of competition for Amherst by winning a national title in the 100-yard freestyle for the fourth time, as she was named National Swimmer of the Year.
Led by another record-setting performance from Kendra Stern ’11 (Albuquerque, NM), Amherst College stuck with the front of the pack after day two of the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Kendra Stern ’11 (Albuquerque, NM) and Ryan Lichtenfels ’12 (McLean, VA) led Amherst College by being crowned national champions in the 500-yard freestyle at day one of the 2011 NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Twelve Amherst College student-athletes combined for 32 All-NESCAC honors when the 2010-11 Men’s Swimming and Diving All-Conference Team was announced today. The top three finishers in each event at the 2011 NESCAC Championship received All-Conference recognition.
Amherst College won two events on Sunday to wrap up the 2011 NESCAC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship in second place. The Lord Jeffs won eight of the weekend’s 24 races to finish with 1,614.5 points, the most in program history.
The Amherst College men's swimming and diving team won four of eight events on day two of the NESCAC Championship to remain in second place, with Alex Fraser '11 leading the way by winning the 200-yard freestyle for the third time in as many years.
The Amherst College men’s swimming and diving team will be in search of its first conference title this weekend when the Lord Jeffs head to Bowdoin College for the 2011 NESCAC Championship in Brunswick, Maine.
The Amherst College swimming and diving teams closed out their regular seasons with a pair of wins at Springfield College Saturday afternoon at Art Linkletter Natatorium. The Lord Jeff men finish at 8-0, marking the first perfect dual meet season since 2004.
Amherst College junior Ryan Lichtenfels (McLean, VA) has been named NESCAC Men’s Swimming and Diving Performer of the Week for winning three individual events during an upset victory against MIT this past Saturday.
Eight pool records were set during Saturday’s dual meet between the Amherst College and MIT swimming and diving teams, but it was the host Lord Jeffs who came away with impressive victories on both the men’s (167-131) and women’s (196-104) sides.
The Amherst College swimming and diving teams combined to win 27 of 32 events in a dual meet against Hamilton College today at Pratt Pool. The Lord Jeff women (5-1) earned a 215-85 victory, while the men moved to 6-0 with a 220-78 result.
Colin White ’14 (Evanston, IL) swept the diving events and Ryan Lichtenfels ’12 (McLean, VA) won a pair of individual races to lead the Amherst College men’s swimming and diving team to a 132-111 win over Williams College Saturday afternoon at Samuelson-Muir Pool. The Lord Jeffs improve to 5-0, while the Ephs drop to 2-3.
The Amherst College swimming and diving teams improved to 4-0 in the dual meet season by kicking off the New Year with wins over Union College Sunday afternoon at Pratt Pool. The Lord Jeff women won 14 of 16 events for a 214-79 final score, while the men took 15 of 16 for a 222-78 result.
The Amherst College swimming and diving teams each improved to 3-0 this afternoon, as the Lord Jeff women earned a 186-111 win at Middlebury College and the men finished with a 190-105 result. The Lord Jeffs will not return to action until Sunday, Jan. 2, when they host Union College.
Kendra Stern ’11 (Albuquerque, NM) set a pool record in the 200-yard freestyle and recorded a pair of NCAA “A” times in her first meet of the season, as the Amherst College swimming and diving teams both earned wins over Wesleyan University Monday afternoon at Pratt Pool. The Lord Jeff women (2-0) won 11 of 13 events for a 136-98 result, while the Amherst men (2-0) swept all 13 for a final score of 122-79.
The Amherst College swimming and diving teams opened the 2010-11 season with an impressive showing in a dual meet against Colby College Saturday afternoon at Pratt Pool. The Lord Jeff men won all 16 of their events for a 139-97 result, while the women won 15 of theirs en route to a 145-112 win.
Last season was the best in program history for the Amherst men, who placed fifth at the NCAA Division III Championships for the second time in as many years. Last year’s squad earned a program-high 217 points at the national meet, surpassing the previous year’s total of 196. Amherst was the top NESCAC school at the championships, notably finishing ahead of Middlebury (7th) and Williams (9th). Leading up to the final week of the season, the Jeffs posted a 6-2 record in dual meets and placed third at the NESCAC Championship to mark the ninth consecutive year they finished in the top three. For the second year in a row Amherst had more wins than did any other school at the conference meet, as eight of the 24 races were won by the Jeffs.