BABSON PARK, Mass.—The Babson College swimming & diving teams wrapped up a stretch of three meets in five days on Tuesday night falling to Bentley University inside Morse Pool. The Beavers suffered a 192-107 loss to the Falcons on the men's side, while the Green and White suffered a 225-62 setback in the women's half of the meet.
• The Babson men have gone 5-14 since 2001 against Bentley and have dropped six of their last seven dual meets against the Falcons.
• The Babson women enter Tuesday's competition looking for their first victory over Bentley since 1999.
NORTON, Mass.—The Babson College swimming & diving teams competed for the second time in as many days on Saturday, splitting a dual meet with Wheaton College inside Balfour Natatorium. The men defeated the Lyons for the third year in a row, 160-110, while the Beavers suffered a 183-88 in the women's half of the meet.
WHAT TO KNOW
• The Babson men's and women's swimming & diving teams return to action following the holiday break with a pair of meets over the weekend.
• The Beavers will take on Wellesley and Coast Guard on Friday afternoon before travelling to fellow NEWMAC rival Wheaton for a dual meet on Saturday.
WELLESLEY, Mass.--The Babson College men's and women's swimming & diving teams returned to competition against Wellesley College and the Coast Guard Academy on Friday afternoon inside Chandler Pool. The Beavers lost to both the host Blue (220-71) and Bears (196-95) in the women's half of the meet, while the Babson men suffered a 181-105 setback to Coast Guard.
WORCESTER, Mass.—First-year Charles Wang (San Marino, Calif.) was a part of four school records as the Babson College men's and women's swimming & diving teams wrapped up the three-day Gompei Invitational on Sunday inside the WPI Sports & Recreation Center Pool.
WORCESTER, Mass.—The Babson College men's and women's swimming & diving teams set four more school records and had 20 swimmers qualify for the finals in six individual events on day two of the Gompei Invitational inside the WPI Sports & Recreation Center Pool on Saturday.
WORCESTER, Mass.—The Babson College men's and women's swimming & diving teams combined to set five school records while recording four top-two finishes on the opening day of the Gompei Invitational at WPI's Sports & Recreation Center Pool on Friday.
• The Babson men's and women's swimming & diving teams will wrap up the fall semester at the three-day Gompei Invitational beginning on Friday morning at WPI.
• The Beavers are one of 13 programs set to compete at the meet, which features 50 events and a combined men's and women's team score.
WESTWOOD, Mass.—Four members of the Babson College women’s swimming & diving team were recognized when the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) announced its weekly award winners on Monday afternoon.
BABSON PARK, Mass.—The Babson College men's and women's swimming & diving teams both won 10 of 11 swimming events on the way to sweeping visiting Clark University in dual meet action on Saturday afternoon inside Morse Pool. The Beavers won the men's half of the meet 117-83, while the Green and White defeated the Cougars, 117-88, in the women's half of the competition.
• Babson and Clark will meet for their annual dual meet on Saturday inside Morse Pool. The Beavers have won 10 consecutive men's meets and are 14-7 overall against the Cougars going back to 1998.
• The Babson women snapped a 13-meet losing streak against Clark last season in Worcester.
NORTHFIELD, Vt.—The Babson College men's and women's swimming & diving teams continued their strong start to the year by winning 18 of 24 events in a double dual meet sweep on Saturday afternoon at Goodyear Pool. The men eased past both Norwich University (132-98) and Regis College (157-23), while the Beavers beat both the host Cadets (132-95) and Pride (145-67) in the women's half of the meet.
• The Babson men's & women's swimming teams are set for a busy weekend of competition beginning on Saturday. The Beavers travel north to face Regis and Norwich in a double dual meet before the men's squad returns to Morse Pool for its home opener against Springfield on Sunday afternoon.
WESTWOOD, Mass.—The Babson College men's and women's swimming & diving program earned a trio of honors on Monday afternoon when the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) announced its weekly award winners.
WORCESTER, Mass.—The Babson College swimming & diving program combined to win 17 events and set a pair of program records in a terrific early-season performance at WPI on Friday night. The men's team stayed unbeaten with a sweep of the host Engineers (154-117) and a win over Brandeis University (142.50-119.50), while the women's squad defeated the Judges (160-90), Simmons University (166-123) and Smith College (174-119), and dropped a 183-110 decision to WPI.
• The Babson men's and women's swimming & diving teams travel to WPI for a series of dual meets on Friday night.
• The men will compete against Brandeis and the host Engineers, while the women will face those two schools as well as Simmons and Smith.
DARTMOUTH, Mass.—The Babson College swimming & diving teams combined to finish first in 21 events on the way to sweeping its dual meet against UMass Dartmouth on Friday evening inside the Tripp Athletic Center Pool. The men posted a 156-67 victory over the Corsairs, while the Beavers recorded a 133-66 win the women's half of the meet.
• The Beavers will face UMass Dartmouth for the 22nd consecutive season on Friday afternoon.
• The Babson men are 20-1 against the Corsairs with 13 straight victories.
• The Babson women are 10-11 against the Corsairs and picked up their first victory in the series since 2013 last season.
WESTWOOD, Mass.—The Babson College women's swimming & diving team was tabbed to finish seventh when the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) released its preseason coaches' poll on Wednesday morning.
BABSON PARK, Mass.—Coming off a 2018-19 campaign that included a combined 14 school records at the conference meet, Babson College head men's and women's swimming & diving coach Kristy Martin Jones announced her program's 2019-20 schedule on Wednesday morning.
My name is Celine Nie from Irvine, Calif., and I am a rising senior on the women’s swimming and diving team. My summer has been far from home but eventful nonetheless. Right after finals I traveled to Tel Aviv, Israel to participate in the Start-Up Strategy elective abroad with other Babson athletes, Jack Lucero and Ellie Bisceglia. During this particular course, I was given the opportunity to consult for a medical device start up with the goal of entering the United States market. We traveled to Holy sites, visited over 10 companies, ate our body weight in falafel, and even participated in an (abbreviated) training with up-and-coming Israeli Defense Force members. Electives abroad have been a great way for me to fulfill my college bucket list without taking time off. After my senior year, I will have participated in three elective abroad courses and these courses are allowing me to graduate a year early.