Williams captured its third consecutive NESCAC Women’s Swimming & Diving title and 15th overall, amassing 2,045 points during the 2016 championship meet in the Middlebury Natatorium. Amherst finished in second place with 1,343 points, followed by Bates (1,317.5), Middlebury (1,090.5) and Connecticut College (1,013) to round out the top five teams.
Williams increased its advantage following the second day of the 2016 NESCAC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships Saturday at the Middlebury Natatorium. The Ephs more than doubled their lead in the team race during day two, having tallied 1,466 points through two days of competition.
Defending champion Williams College holds the lead following day one of the 2016 NESCAC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships hosted by Middlebury College. The Ephs used their team depth to take the lead at the conclusion of day one, totaling 731 points.
Williams looks to capture its third consecutive conference title and 15th overall title when the 2016 NESCAC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships begin on Friday, February 12, with preliminary heats in the morning followed by championship events in the evening. This year’s three-day championship will take place at the Middlebury Natatorium.