SHENANDOAH, Texas - SUNY Geneseo junior diver Samuel Randall earned his fourth career All-American honor in the three-meter dive to lead the Knights on the final day of competition at the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships.
Randall (486.60) took seventh place overall to earn the All-America nod, his second of the meet, after finishing as national runner-up in the one-meter dive on Friday.
Sophomore swimmer Nancy Nasky set a State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) and Geneseo program record in the 1650 free, touching in 17:04.51 to finish ninth overall and earn Honorable Mention All-American honors.
Senior diver Claudia Kolakowski came away with a pair of top-16 finishes in the 1-meter and 3-meter dives. She finished in 13th in the 1-meter and earned a 16th place finish in the 3-meter.
Geneseo finished the meet with two All-American honors, both earned by Randall, and three Honorable Mention All-American honors, two earned by Kolakowski and one by Nasky.
Wednesday, March 15
Women's 500 Freestyle Prelims
23. Nancy Nasky 5:00.16
23. Geneseo 1:33.16
14. Claudia Kolakowski 396.00 (ADVANCES TO CONSOLATION FINAL)
Men's 200 Freestyle Relay Prelims
19. Geneseo 1:23.05
Women's 200 Freestyle Prelims
45. Nancy Nasky 1:55.19
Men's 200 Freestyle Prelims
32. Jeff Doser 1:40.59
Men's 1-Meter Diving Prelims (Results)
Friday, March 17
Men's 800 Freestyle Relay Prelims
20. Geneseo 6:54.25
Note: Doser lead-off leg was school-record 1:39.33
Women's 1-Meter Diving Prelims (Results)
14 Claudia Kolakowski 386.25 (ADVANCES TO CONSOLATION FINAL)
5. Claudia Kolakowski 397.25 (HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICAN)
Saturday, March 18
Men's 400 Freestyle Relay Prelims