1999-2000 Women's Swimming and Diving Results

1999-2000 Women's Swimming and Diving Results

Record: 5-11 (Home 4-2, Away 1-7, Neutral 0-2)

Nov. 4 - Holy Cross 141, Springfield 91 (Springfield, Mass.)

Nov. 6 - Union College Relays (4th/10) (Schenectady, N.Y.)

Nov. 13 - MIT 147, Springfield, 96 (Springfield, Mass.)

Nov. 18 - Springfield 137, Southern Connecticut 95 (Springfield, Mass.)

Nov. 20 - Central Connecticut 142, Springfield 121 (New Britain, Conn.)

Nov. 30 - Wesleyan 157, Springfield 139 (Middletown, Conn.)

Dec. 5 - ECAC Division III Championship at the Goodwill Aquatic Center (East Meadow, N.Y.) (5th/20) 1) The College of New Jersey, 2) Washington, Md. 313, 3) Catholic 291, 4) NYU 268, 5) Springfield 266 6) Hartwick 195, 7) SUNY New Paltz 172, 8) Wellesley 167, 9) SUNY Cortland 161, 10) Nazareth, N.Y. 156, 11) Montclair State 150, 12) Stevens Institute of Technology 79, 13) Coast Guard 74, 14) Swarthmore 56, 15) Drew 39, 16) Ithaca 27, 17) Regis 7, 18) tie between Kings Point and Mount Saint Mary 4, 20) Lehman 2.

Dec. 7 - Springfield 157, Smith 138 (Springfield, Mass.) Dec. 7 - Springfield 156, Westfield State 104 (Springfield, Mass.)

Dec. 11 - Amherst 133, Springfield 94 (Amherst, Mass.)

Jan. 8 - Springfield 126, Southwestern, Tex. 91 (Georgetown, Tex.)

Jan. 10 - Trinity, Tex. 155, Springfield 74 (San Antonio, Tex.)

Jan. 15 - Union 151, Springfield 87 (Oneonta, N.Y.) Jan. 15 - Hartwick 155, Springfield 87 (Oneonta, N.Y.)

Jan. 22 - New York University 131, Springfield 100 (New York, N.Y.)

Jan. 26 - Springfield 138, Coast Guard 97 (Springfield, Mass.)

Jan. 29 - Williams 238, Springfield 56 (Williamstown, Mass.) Jan. 29 - Middlebury 220, Springfield 69 (Williamstown, Mass.)

Feb. 5 - New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship at Wellesley (Wellesley, Mass.) (3rd/10) - 1) Wellesley 665, 2) MIT 492, 3) Springfield 393, 4) Smith 354.5, 5) Mount Holyoke 277.5, 6) Clark 257, 7) Wheaton 200, 8) Coast Guard 157, 9) Babson 82, 10) WPI 45.

Feb. 20 - New England Division III Championship at Bowdoin (Brunswick, Me.) (8th/31) 1) Williams 1609, 2) Amherst 1173, 3) Middlebury 1026, 4) Colby 673, 5) MIT 575.5, 6) Bates 573, 7) Bowdoin 553, 8) Springfield 504, 9) Wellesley 442.5, 10) Tufts 435.5, 11) Wesleyan 431, 12) Smith 384, 13) Connecticut College 306, 14) Norwich 305, 15) Trinity 170, 16) Mout Holyoke 170, 17) Coast Guard 168, 18) Plymouth State 167, 19) Keene State 122, 20) Wheaton 107, 21) Bentley 106, 22) Simmons 64, 23) Clark 61, 24) Bridgewater 47.5. 25) Gordon 38, 26) Salem State 36, 27) Westfield State 32, 28) UMass-Dartmouth 30, 29) Babson 28, 30) Eastern Connecticut State 25, 31) Regis 4.

Mar. 12 - NCAA Division III Championship at Emory Univ. (Atlanta, Ga.) (20th/47) 1) Kenyon (Ohio) 619.5, 2) Denison (Ohio) 417.5, 3) UC-San Diego 355.5, 4) Williams 301, 5) Wheaton (Ill.) 261.5, 6) Hope (Mich.) 218, 7) Emory 209.5, 8) Johns Hopkins (Md.) 188, 9) Amherst 146, 10) Hamilton 119, 11) Wisconsin-Stevens Point 100, 12) UC-Santa Cruz, 13) Wooster (Ohio) 90.5, 14) Case Western (Ohio) 80, 15) Mary Washington (Va.) 71.5, 16) Puget Sound (Wash.) 60, 17) Allegheny (Pa.) 52, 18) Wisconsin-Lacrosse 49, 19) Wisconsin-Eau Claire 44, 20) Springfield 43, 21) Coast Guard 37, 22) North Central (Ill.) 35, 23) Middlebury 29, 24) tie between Bowdoin and John Carroll (Ohio) 24, 26) Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Calif.) 22, 27) NYU 19, 28) Redlands (Calif.) 17.5, 29) Pomona Pitzer (Calif.) 16, 30) tie between Illinois Wesleyan and Washington College (Md.) 15, 32) tie between Oberlin (Ohio) and Smith 14, 34) Sewanee (Tenn.) 13, 35) Carleton (Minn.) 12, 36) Calvin (Mich.) 10, 37) La Verne (Calif.) 8, 38) tie between Albright (Pa.) and Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 5, 40) tie between Wisconsin-Oshkosh and St. Benedict 4, 42) tie among Albion (Mich.), Gettysburg (Pa.), Whitworth (Wash.), MIT, and Ithaca 2, 47) Potsdam 1.

Published: 08/30/2000

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