Division III “Unofficial” Psych Sheets Released–Line At 16; 21

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The unofficial psych sheets for the Division III NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships have been released. The line for the men’s meet was at 16, while the women’s list was at 21 or 22.

Women’s Unofficial Psych Sheet
Men’s Unofficial Psych Sheet
Women’s Invited List
Men’s Invited List

Alternates:

  1. Nicholas Froemming, Denison (200 Back) *squad size limit
  2. Liam Marsden-Readford, Denison (100 fly) *squad size limit
  3. Jackson Berman, Denison (1650) *squad size limit
  4. Chris Dabrowski, Wabash (1650)
  5. Kyle Shadeck, Keene State (200 fly)
  6. Samuel Willett, Claremont MS (200 back)
  7. Aaron Green, Widener (100 free)
  8. Justin Chiu, MIT (100 breast)
  9. Drew Hamilton, Case Western (500)
  10. Alec Menzer, Swarthmore (500)
  11. Ben Burdick, Denison (1650) *squad size limit
  12. Jacob Cost, Wheaton, MA (100 back)
  13. Connor Sweeney, MIT (200 fly)
  1. Julia Green, Kenyon (200 free) *squad size limit
  2. Laura Gemar, Emory (200 breast) *squad size limit
  3. Amy Socha, Kenyon (100 fly) *squad size limit
  4. Sydney Matteson, Kenyon (100 free) *squad size limit
  5. Madeline Westover, Kenyon (500) *squad size limit
  6. Camille Jablonski, Emory (100 breast) *squad size limit
  7. Maria Vaudreuil, UW-L (200 breast)
  8. Allie Hill, Rhodes (200 back)
  9. Ana Montes de Oca Zapiain, Olivet (1650)
  10. Myanna Cook, Kenyon (100 fly) *squad size limit
  11. Erin Hawker, UW Whitewater (200 IM)
  12. Madeline Griffin, Rhodes (200 free)
  13. Hannah Kloetzer, Swarthmore (1650)
  14. Amy Adams, RIT (100 breast)

The psych sheets are unofficial pending diving results. Emory and Kenyon have the most women’s swimmers qualified with 18 while Denison has 16. If any divers get in for those schools, some of the alternates could get called up.

Most women’s swimmers qualified:

  1. Emory, 18
  2. Kenyon, 18
  3. Denison, 16
  4. Johns Hopkins, 14
  5. Williams, 14
  6. Claremont MS, 10
  7. Carnegie Mellon, 10
  8. MIT, 10
  9. Amherst, 9
  10. Chicago, 9

Most men’s swimmers qualified:

  1. Denison, 18
  2. Kenyon, 17
  3. Johns Hopkins, 13
  4. Emory, 12
  5. MIT, 12
  6. NYU, 12
  7. Tufts, 11
  8. Williams, 10
  9. Amherst, 9
  10. Chicago, 9
  11. Wash U, 9

Top seeds:

  • 500 Free: Courtney Cowan, Johns Hopkins (4:48.50)
  • 200 IM: Crile Hart, Kenyon (1:59.70)
  • 50 Free: Emma Waddell, Williams (22.98)
  • 200 Medley Relay: Denison (1:40.96)
  • 200 Free Relay: Emory (1:31.93)
  • 400 IM: Julia Durmer, Emory (4:17.68)
  • 100 fly: Emma Waddell, Williams (53.74)
  • 200 free: Cindy Cheng, Emory (1:47.84)
  • 400 medley relay: Kenyon (3:41.97)
  • 200 fly: Kailey Allen, MIT (2:00.66)
  • 100 back: Cindy Cheng, Emory (54.16)
  • 100 breast: KT Kustritz, Denison (1:00.50)
  • 800 free relay: Kenyon, 7:19.33
  • 1650: Julia Durmer, Emory (16:36.20)
  • 100 free: Abby VanHarn, Calvin (50.04)
  • 200 back: Cindy Cheng, Emory (1:56.63)
  • 200 breast: Julia Wilson, Kenyon (2:14.09)
  • 400 free relay: Emory, 3:21.53
  • 500 free: Griffith Otazu, Johns Hopkins (4:25.30)
  • 200 IM: Kevin Van Cleave, Wash U (1:48.15)
  • 50 free: Oliver Smith, Emory (19.60)
  • 200 medley relay: Emory, 1:28.63
  • 200 free relay: UW Stevens Point, 1:19.58
  • 400 IM: Ian Rainey, NYU (3:49.68)
  • 100 fly: Kenny Fox, Denison (48.15)
  • 200 free: Brandon Fabian, Johns Hopkins (1:37.41)
  • 400 medley relay: Denison, 3:15.47
  • 200 fly: Jonathan Zimdars, Kenyon (1:46.43)
  • 100 back: Carson Clear, Denison (47.87)
  • 100 breast: Lukas Menkhoff, Pomona-Pitzer (53.70)
  • 800 free relay: Kenyon (6:32.38)
  • 1650: Tom Gordon, Emory (15:22.93)
  • 100 free: Oliver Smith, Emory (43.90)
  • 200 back: Peyton Wilson, Wash U (1:45.52)
  • 200 breast: Sam McManus, DePauw (1:59.86)
  • 400 free relay: Emory, 2:57.52
2 Comments

2 comments

  1. Betsy Harrison

    I’m picking Brandon Lum in the 200 fly

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