GREENSBORO, N.C – The Amherst College women's swimming & diving team has tallied 131 points and currently sits in sixth place overall following day three action of the four-day NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships in Greensboro, N.C.
After three days of action, the Purple & White currently sits in sixth place in the 51-team field. Emory leads the Championship with 407 points.
DAY THREE HIGHLIGHTS
- Senior captain Emily Hyde continues to impress at the NCAAs, following up her individual National Championship performance in the 200-yard individual medley (2:01.15) during Day One with a national-runner up finish in the 100-yard breaststroke during Day Three. Earning the second seed with a prelim time of 1:01.93, Hyde finished second overall in the finals to earn 17 points and All-American praise for the Purple & White with a time of 1:01.64.
- Amherst also fared well in the 800-yard freestyle relay with the quartet of Dorit Song '19, Livia Domenig '19, Zoe Pappas '19, and Hyde finishing ninth overall in the 21-team event with the time of 7:29.51 to secure 18 points towards Amherst's team score.
- Amherst enters the fourth and final day of the NCAA Championships tomorrow, Saturday, Mach 19 in Greensboro, N.C.