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SCIAC Swimmers and Divers Set for NCAA Division III Championships

SCIAC Swimmers and Divers Set for NCAA Division III Championships

> NCAA Division III Championship Men's and Women's Swimming & Diving Central  

The NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Swimming & Diving championships are set for Wednesday-Saturday, March 20-23 in Greensboro, N.C. at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. 

A total of 579 participants (526 swimmers, 53 divers) will compete in the 2019 Division III swimming & diving championships. The full list of men's and women's event qualifiers is available here. The schedule of events can be found here

Entering the 2019 Swimming & Diving Championships, Pomona-Pitzer won both the men's and women's Southern California Intercollegiate Conference (SCIAC) titles, while Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) placed second on both sides. This is the second straight crown for both Sagehens' men's and women's teams, and the third in four years for the women's program. 

Several SCIAC swimmers and divers will be in action during the four-day national championship. Here they are by team:

Men's Selections
Caltech 
Tom Gallup (100-yard breaststroke)
Nick Jasinski (200-yard backstroke) 

Cal Lutheran
Ben Brewer (500-yard freestyle; 1650-yard freestyle)
Andreas Nybo (200-yard IM) * SCIAC Athlete of the Year

CMS 
Marco Conati (100-yard butterfly) 
Kendall Hollimon (Diving)

Pomona-Pitzer
George Abele (500-yard freestyle; 200-yard freestyle; 200-yard butterfly; 800-yard freestyle relay; 400-yard freestyle relay)
Paddy Baylis (500-yard freestyle; 1650-yard freestyle)
Nicholas Borowsky (200-yard medley relay)
Ryan Drover (200-yard medley relay; 400-yard freestyle relay; 100-yard butterfly)
Nikhil Kundu (200-yard medley relay)
Jason Lu (400-yard IM; 800-yard freestyle relay) ^ SCIAC Newcomer of the Year
Lukas Menkhoff (200-yard medley relay; 100-yard breaststroke; 100-yard freestyle; 400-yard freestyle relay)
Archie Spindler (800-yard freestyle relay, 400-yard freestyle relay)
Jack Swanson (800-yard freestyle relay)

Women's Selections
Caltech
Brittany Percin (200-yard butterfly)

Cal Lutheran
Grace Sanchez (50-yard freestyle)

Chapman
Kellyn Toole (Diving)

CMS
Jocleyn Crawford (50-yard freestyle; 200-yard freestyle relay)
Bryn Edwards (400-yard medley relay)
Leila El Masri (800-yard freestyle relay)
Riley Hoffman (200-yard freestyle relay; 800-yard freestyle relay)
Augusta Lewis (200-yard IM; 400-yard IM; 200-yard breaststroke; 400-yard medley relay) *^ SCIAC Athlete and Newcomer of the Year
Natalia Orbach-Mandel (200-yard freestyle relay; 400-yard medley relay; 800-yard freestyle relay; 400-yard freestyle relay)
Ava Sealander (200-yard freestyle relay; 100-yard butterfly; 400-yard medley relay)
Emma Stacy (400-yard freestyle relay)
Mia Syme (1650-yard freestyle; 500-yard freestyle)
Janet Tran (400-yard freestyle relay)
Allie Umemoto (800-yard freestyle relay)

Occidental
Cindy Dong (200-yard butterfly)

Pomona-Pitzer
Mackenzie Cummings (200-yard medley relay; 400-yard medley relay)
Katherine Denend (200-yard freestyle relay; 400-yard freestyle relay)
Sarah Jin (100-yard backstroke)
Madison Kauahi (200-yard freestyle relay; 100-yard butterfly; 400-yard medley relay; 100-yard freestyle; 400-yard freestyle relay)
Angela Ling (200-yard medley relay; 400-yard medley relay; 100-yard backstroke)
Allison Liu (200-yard meldey relay; 200-yard freestyle relay; 400-yard freestyle relay)
Alexandra Werner (200-yard breaststroke)
Hannah Zurmuhl (200-yard medley relay; 200-yard freestyle relay; 400-yard medley relay; 400-yard freestyle relay)

Redlands
Wendy McAleer (100-yard butterfly)

Whittier
Megan Thai (Diving)