Kenyon captured the 2013 Division III Men's Swimming and Diving Championship, dethroning back-to-back defending champion Denison. The Lords won the final event, the 400 freestyle relay.
Kenyon won its 32nd national championship, taking down defending NCAA champion Denison by more than 70 points. The Lords won the first and last events of the final day.
Heading into the final day of the championships, the Lords are still in the lead. Despite the tight competition, Kenyon is relying on team chemistry and senior leadership to pull off the win.
Johns Hopkins claimed two gold medals and broke an NCAA record on Day 3 of the championships. The Blue Jays' 800 freestyle relay claimed shaved 1.13 seconds off the previous NCAA record.