April 1, 2023
Denison Women's Edge Kenyon College Receives 11th NCAC Championship in Program History

GRANVILLE, Ohio (February 11, 2023) – The Denison College girls’s swimming and diving workforce defeated second-placed Kenyon Faculty with 2,007 factors within the four-day occasion to seize Saturday evening’s eleventh North Coast Athletic Convention Championship (1,943.5) 63.5 factors.

Kerstyn JohnsonA sophomore from Lawrenceville, New Jersey, she gained the 2022 NCAC Feminine Diver of the 12 months award after bringing house the convention title in each the 1-meter and 3-meter dives. Johnson began Wednesday with a provisional regional qualifying rating of 479.30 within the last of the 3-meter dive, and set one other provisional regional qualifying rating of 427.20 within the last of the 1-meter dive on Friday.

Quinn BrownA freshman from Portland, Oregon gained the 2023 NCAC Feminine Participant of the 12 months award after receiving two All-NCAC certifications with one victory and a double fourth place. He helped Large Pink get off to a terrific begin Wednesday by successful the 800 freestyle relay with a brand new Denison collegiate report, pool report, NCAC report, and NCAA Division III Nationwide “B” downtime of seven:17.09. He then completed third within the 500 freestyle with a nationwide “B” reduce of 4:55.84 on Thursday, and fourth within the 200 freestyle with a “B” reduce of 1:51.50 on Friday. Lastly, Brown completed fourth within the 1,650 freestyle with a “B” reduce of 17:02.88 on Saturday.

The 1,650 freestyle kicked off final evening, and Denison gained three of the highest 4 locations. Taryn Wisner gained and set his personal collegiate report with an NCAA Division III Nationwide “B” downtime of 16:34.89. Tara Witkowski He positioned second with a nationwide “B” reduce of 16:50.81 and Brown positioned fourth with a “B” reduce of 17:02.88.

Denison completed 2-4 in 100 IMs as follows: Christina Crane (56.11) and Phoebe Ferguson (57.43) gained all convention awards in second and third place, respectively. Esme Wright (58.09) positioned fourth.

Claire Moody He completed fourth within the 200 backstrokes with 2:06.29 and Emma Pritchett Keyon completed fifth in 2:06.38 as he swept the rostrum.

100 free, Tara Culibrk He earned Denison’s third win of the day with a “B” reduce time of 49.92 seconds in 100 freestyles. Natalie English He completed fourth with a “B” reduce time of 51.53 seconds. Annie Pfeufer He took the fifth place with 51.63 seconds. Grace Kadlecik Large Pink completed within the prime seven with 4 swimmers, ending seventh in 52.24 seconds.

In 200 breaststrokes, Drue Thielking (2:15.93) and Savannah Sargent (2:18.65) each earned an all-conference certificates, ending second and third respectively.

Coming into the ultimate day by 60.5 factors, Denison pushed his benefit to 97.5 factors in each the 1,650 freestyle and 100 IMs, and Kenyon approached 32.5 factors (1,849-1,816.5) after 200 breaststrokes. .

Fortuitously for Large Pink, within the last particular person occasion of the match, 200 butterflies, Maria Mrosco He gained your complete convention in second place with a nationwide “B” downtime of two:05.22. Emma Berdelman (2:06.26) positioned fourth and Amber Croonquist (2:06.50) completed fifth with three Large Pink swimmers within the prime 5. This gave Denison a 55.5-point lead (1.937-1881.5) with only one extra occasion left.

Large Pink (Ferguson, Pfeufer, English, Culibrk), who needed to enter solely 400 freestyle relays to safe the win, completed the match in type with a win and the Nationwide “B” downtime of three:23.05, whereas Kenyon completed second in 3:23.12.

Over the four-day occasion, Denison has 10 occasion wins in a complete of 21 occasions within the championship and completed 31 all conferences. Taryn Wisner (800 freestyle relays, 500 freestyles, 200 freestyles, 1,650 freestyles) and Tara Culibrk He performed an element in 4 NCAC Championships for Large Pink (800 free relays, 200 free relays, 100 free relays, 400 free relays).

NCAC Championship:
Taryn Wisner – 1,650 freestyle – 16:34.89
Tara Culibrk – 100 freestyles – 49.92
Phoebe Ferguson, Annie Pfeufer, Natalie English, Tara Culibrk – 400 free relay – 3:23.05

All NCAC Performances (High 3):
Taryn Wisner – 1,650 first place in freestyle – 16:34.89
Tara Witkowski – 2nd place in 1,650 freestyle – 16:50.81
Christina Crane – 100 IM – Second place in 56.11
Phoebe Ferguson – 100 IM – 57.43 third place
Tara Culibrk – First place in 100 freestyles – 49.92
Drue Thielking – Second place in 200 breaststrokes – 2:15.93
Savannah Sargent – Third place in 200 breaststrokes – 2:18.65
Maria Mrosco – Second place in 200 butterflies – 2:05.22
Phoebe Ferguson, Annie Pfeufer, Natalie English, Tara Culibrk – 1st place within the 400 freestyle relay – 3:23.05

NCAA Half III Nationwide “B” cuts:
Taryn Wisner – 1,650 freestyle finals – 16:34.89
Tara Witkowski – 1,650 freestyle finals – 16:50.81
Quinn Brown – 1,650 freestyle finals – 17:02.88
Tara Culibrk – 100 freestyle finals – 49.92
Tara Culibrk – 100 free qualifying – 49.89
Natalie English – 100 freestyle finals – 51.53
Natalie English – 100 free qualifying – 51.51
Drue Thielking – 200 breaststroke finals – 2:15.93
Drue Thielking – 200 breaststroke elimination – 2:18.33
Savannah Sargent – 200 breaststroke finals – 2:18.65
Savannah Sargent – 200 breaststroke elimination – 2:19.22
Maria Mrosco – 200 butterfly last – 2:05.22
Amber Croonquist – 200 butterflies qualifying – 2:05.25
Phoebe Ferguson, Annie Pfeufer, Natalie English, Tara Culibrk – 400 free relay – 3:23.05

Fourth Day Results
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