2018-19 Connecticut College Women's Swimming News

  • Women’s Swimming Stands in Sixth After Second Day of NESCAC Championships
    February 15, 2019
    MIDDLETOWN, Conn. ? Senior captains Olivia Haskell (Norwalk, Conn.) and Maeve Wilber (New Marlborough, Mass.) each recorded runner-up finishes in individual events as the Connecticut College women?s swimming team ended the second day of the NESCAC Championships in sixth place on the campus of Wesleyan University. The Camels registered three NCAA provisional qualifying marks and finished the evening with 398 points.
  • Women's Swimming's 800-Yard Freestyle Relay Provisionally Qualifies for NCAAs on Opening Day of NESCAC Championships
    February 14, 2019
    MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – Senior captain Olivia Haskell (Norwalk, Conn.) anchored the 800-yard freestyle relay to a third-place finish to lead the Connecticut College women's swimming team on the opening night of the NESCAC Championships at Wesleyan. The Camels finished the first day in a tie for third place with 72 points.
  • No. 24 Women’s Swimming Treks to Wesleyan for NESCAC Championships This Weekend
    February 13, 2019
    NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College women’s swimming team, which is ranked 24th nationally and eighth in its region, will trek to Wesleyan University to compete at the NESCAC Championships this weekend. The four-day event will take place from Thursday, Feb. 14 through Sunday, Feb. 17.
  • Women’s Swimming Finishes Second at Quad Meet Between Nutmeg State Schools
    February 01, 2019
    MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – Sophomore Maddie Ford (Acton, Mass.) factored into three winning performances to help lead the Connecticut College women’s swimming team to a second-place finish at a quad meet between four Connecticut schools on Friday evening at Wesleyan.
  • Women’s Swimming Wins Double Dual Against Division II Assumption and Bridgeport on Senior Day
    January 26, 2019
    NEW LONDON, Conn. – Senior captains Olivia Haskell (Norwalk, Conn.) and Maeve Wilber (New Marlborough, Mass.) factored into four first-place finishes in their final home meet as collegians in leading the Connecticut College women’s swimming team to a clean sweep of Assumption and Bridgeport on Saturday afternoon at Lott Natatorium. The Camels won the double dual against the Division II opponents by defeating Bridgeport, 172-84.50, and Assumption by a 183-78 score. 
  • Women’s Swimming Dominates Trinity, 195-98, in NESCAC Dual
    January 21, 2019
    HARTFORD, Conn. – Freshman Vaughn Ammon (Franklin, Tenn.) and sophomore Brooklynn Hayes (Granville, Mass.) each won two individual events and swam on a first-place relay to propel the Connecticut College women’s swimming team to a lopsided 195-98 dual meet victory over Trinity on Monday afternoon.
  • Women’s Swimming Falls to No. 17 Amherst
    January 19, 2019
    AMHERST, Mass. – The Connecticut College women’s swimming team dropped a dual meet to No. 17 Amherst by a 173-110 decision on Saturday afternoon.
  • Women’s Swimming Drops First Dual Meet to No. 6 Williams
    January 12, 2019
    NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College women’s swimming team fell for the first time in a dual meet this season by coming up on the short end of a 162-100 decision against No. 6 Williams on Saturday afternoon at Lott Natatorium.
  • Women’s Swimming Drowns Grinnell, 164-73, in Dual Meet at Naples
    January 05, 2019
    NAPLES, Fla. – Senior Maeve Wilber (New Marlborough, Mass.) factored into three winning performances to help propel the Connecticut College women’s swimming team to a convincing 164-73 dual meet victory over Grinnell in Florida on Saturday afternoon.
  • Women’s Swimming Wins Fourth Straight Connecticut Cup
    December 01, 2018
    MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – Sophomore Maddie Ford (Acton, Mass.) factored into three winning performances as the Connecticut College women’s swimming team captured its fourth straight Connecticut Cup on Saturday afternoon at Wesleyan.
  • Women’s Swimming Wins Opening Dual Meet Over Middlebury
    November 17, 2018
    NEW LONDON, Conn. – Freshman Vaughn Ammon (Franklin, Tenn.) won a pair of freestyle events and also swam on two victorious relays to help propel the Connecticut College women's swimming team to a 175-119 triumph over Middlebury in its opening dual meet of the season on Saturday afternoon.