9-16 overall, 4-10 SCIAC, seventh place
The team finished second in the conference in scoring defense. Xavyr Moss ’13 finished first in 3-point field goals made and fourth in the SCIAC in scoring (13.9). Jake Klewer ’14 finished first in offensive rebounds and third in the conference in total rebounding (7.5). Moss was named to the All-SCIAC first team.
4-21 overall, 2-12 SCIAC, seventh place
Emi Hashizume PI ’14 was second in freethrow percentage (85 percent) and ninth in the conference in scoring (11.9). Emily Van Gulik ’11 finished the season third in rebounds (8.6), 10th in field goal percentage (44 percent) and 17th in scoring (9.3). Neha Savant ’14 finished fourth in assists (3.1) and 17th in rebounding (4.8).
Men’s Swimming & Diving
5-2 dual meet record, third place
The team was led by Max Scholten ’12, who finished first in the 100-and 200-meter backstroke at the SCIAC Championships and was also the runner-up in the 50-meter freestyle. Scholten went on to garner All-American recognition by finishing eighth in the 100-meter backstroke at the NCAA Championships. Other All-SCIAC performances were turned in by Tyler Oe ’14 (three-meter diving), J.P. Cumming ’13 (500- and1650-meter freestyle) and by the team in the 200- and 400-meter medley relays, and the 400-meter free relay, which set a new school record.
Women’s Swimming & Diving
5-2 dual meet record, fourth place
All-SCIAC performances included a third-place finish for Alex Lincoln ’14 in the 200- meter freestyle. The team garnered a second-place finish in the 800-meter freestyle relay and finished third in the 400- meter freestyle relay, setting a new school record in the process.