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Denison Men & Women Win Seventh-Straight NCAC Titles (2/14)
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The Denison men and women successfully won their seventh-straight North Coast Athletic Conference Swimming & Diving Championships on Saturday night at the 31st annual event, held at DU's own Trumbull Aquatics Center, February 11-14.
Day Three Recap (2/13)
The Denison men and women both held the top spots in their respective leaderboards following day three action at the 2015 North Coast Athletic Conference Swimming & Diving Championships. The Big Red women's team won four total events on the night to stand atop the standings with 1,349 points, while the DU men have accumulated 1,276 total points after winning three event titles on Friday evening.
Day Two Recap (2/12)
After 12 total events, the Denison men and women have both swum out to early leads at the 2015 North Coast Athletic Conference Swimming & Diving Championships. The Big Red won three of the evening's five events on the women's side to sit in first place with 598 points, while the DU men also topped the field in two of the six men's events and lead after night two with 663 points.
Day One Recap (2/11)
The Denison women's team leads the 2015 North Coast Athletic Conference Swimming & Diving Championships with 86 points following Wednesday evening's women's three-meter diving competition at the Trumbull Aquatics Center on the campus of Denison University. Allegheny sits in second with 53 points, followed by DePauw (41), Kenyon (35), Wittenberg (30), Oberlin (27), Wooster (24), Ohio Wesleyan (NS) and Hiram (NS).
2015 NCAC Swimming & Diving Championships Preview
The NCAC Swimming & Diving Championships will return to the Trumbull Aquatics Center on the campus of Denison University in Granville, Ohio, for the second year in a row. The nation's top Division III conference meet begins on Wednesday, February 11th, and runs through Saturday, February 14th.
WITTENBERG enters the championship meet with an extremely young team as the Tigers' roster consists of four seniors, seven juniors, eight sophomores and nine freshman. Junior standout Dani Lacy (Louisville, KY/Louisville Collegiate School) again headlines the Tigers roster this season as the squad's top freestyle specialist, ranking eighth in the league in the 100 (52.71), 16th in the 50 (24.47) and 23rd in the 200 (1:56.55). The Tigers will also be vying for podium spots in both breaststroke events, as freshman Julia Valentine (Columbus, OH/Thomas Worthington) ranks sixth in the league in the 100 (1:06.44) and junior Madeline Kraft (Cape Elizabeth, ME/Cape Elizabeth) ranks seventh in the 200 (2:26.72). In addition, sophomore Amy Schulz (Waterloo, IL/Waterloo) will test her skills in both backstroke events with the league's 17th-best seed time in the 100 (1:00.78) and the 25th-fastest clocking in the 200 (2:14.13).