SCIAC Men’s Swimmer of the Year Matt Williams (CMS) led the conference on day two of the 2017 NCAA DIII Swimming and Diving National Championships at the CISD Natatorium in Shenandoah, Texas.
Williams placed third overall in the 100 Fly (47.80), earning 16 points for his team. Ben Lin from Williams won the event in a time of 47.37.
The Pomona-Pitzer men’s 200 Free relay team placed fifth in the finals in a time of 1:21.71, earning 28 points.
Individually on the men’s side, Benjamin Brewer from Cal Lutheran earned a point for his team, placing 16th in the finals of the 400 IM (4:03.75).
Pomona-Pitzer’s George Abele (4:02.87) and Sam To (4:04.47) also competed in the 400 IM.
Mark Hallman in the men’s 200 Free for Pomona-Pitzer swam a 1:40.56 in the prelims and Ben Culberson from CMS clocked in at 1:41.17 in the same event.
In the women’s relays, CMS placed 11th earning 12 team points in the 400 Medley (3:47.47). Pomona-Pitzer just missed out on the finals in a time of 3:50.59.
CMS (1:35.42) and Pomona-Pitzer (1:36.97) both competed in the 200 Free relay prelims.
Ellie Jaques from Redlands, who placed on day one, competed in the women’s 400 IM prelims (4:32.63).
Stephanie Doi from CMS clocked in at 57.43 in the 100 Fly prelims and Angela Ling from Pomona-Pitzer (57.70) finished just behind her, respectively.
In the women’s 200 Free, Mardell Ramirez from Cal Lutheran (1:55.36) and Elizabeth Carrade from CMS (1:56.28) competed in the prelims.
SCIAC Men’s Diver of the Year Kendall Holliman, placed 18th on the 1M with a score of 402.80.
Day three begins at 8 a.m. PST on Friday with the women’s 200 Fly prelims. For live results go here: https://www.collegeswimming.com/results/75359/event/170315F018.htm.