Swimming & DivingNovember 23, 2015 Swimming and Diving Weekly Release #1 Tufts senior Michael Winget and Williams junior Megan Pierce have been selected as the inaugural NESCAC Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving...
Swimming & DivingNovember 17, 2015 NESCAC Swimming & Diving Teams Participate in Hour of Power Each of the NESCAC men's and women's swimming and diving teams joined thousands of athletes from across the nation and abroad to celebrate celebrate...
Swimming & DivingJuly 2, 2015 Adam Hoyt to Lead Both Tufts Swimming & Diving Programs Tufts swimming & diving will feature a reorganization of the coaching staff beginning with the 2015-16 academic year. Adam Hoyt will now serve as...
Swimming & DivingJune 10, 2015 Tufts' Bailey and Williams' Tamposi Named Academic All-Americans Tufts senior Cole Bailey and Williams junior Jake Tamposi have been named to the 2015 Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-America Men’s At-Large...
Swimming & DivingJune 5, 2015 NESCAC Announces NCAA Woman of the Year Nominees Eight women have been nominated by their institutions to represent the NESCAC as its NCAA Woman of the Year nominee. A committee will select the...
Swimming & DivingMay 26, 2015 Amherst's Ternullo Receives NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Amherst women’s swimming student-athlete Steph Ternullo has been named one of just 29 winter female student-athletes from around the nation in...
Swimming & DivingApril 3, 2015 Williams' Thompson Named a Finalist for NCAA Division III Woman Athlete of the Year Sarah Thompson, a senior from Williams College, was named the swimming and diving nominee for the Class of 2015 Division III Honda Athlete of the Year...
Swimming & DivingMarch 21, 2015 Three NESCAC Teams Post Top Ten Finishes at NCAA Championships The Williams and Amherst women's and Williams men's swimming and diving teams wrapped up the 2015 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships...
Swimming & DivingMarch 20, 2015 NESCAC Teams Make Moves After Day Three at NCAAs Several NESCAC men's and women's swimming and diving teams made moves in the standings of the 2015 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships with just...
Swimming & DivingMarch 19, 2015 Williams Women Move Up to Third Following Day Two at NCAAs The Williams women's swimming and diving team moved up to third place following Day Two at the 2015 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships at the...
February 1, 2016
Asher Lichtig

Asher Lichtig
Amherst College
Senior • Lafayette, Calif.

Lichtig had a fantastic end to his dual-meet career this past weekend. At MIT on Saturday, he won on both diving boards with NCAA provisional-qualifying scores of 318.83 on the 3-meter board and 289.80 on the 1-meter board. On Sunday at his final meet in Pratt Pool, Lichtig again won on both boards. This time, he scored 525.82 on the 3-meter board and 485.77 on the 1-meter board with 11 dives, and in the process, reset a pair of 13-year-old pool records.

Geralyn Lam
  

Geralyn Lam
Amherst College
Sophomore • Dallas, Texas

Lam had an outstanding final away dual meet of the year in Amherst’s win over MIT. She won the 200 butterfly with a first-ever NCAA provisional-qualifying time of 2:06.84. She then had the fastest 100 butterfly split of the 400 medley relays at 57.30. In the second half of the meet, she won the 100 butterfly in 57.66. She finished the meet with her third individual event win in the 200 IM, touching the wall in 2:08.72. All of the times were career bests.

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