Sports Round-Up

Men's Basketball
Record: 7-19 overall,
4-12 NCAC
Recap: The Lords managed to improve their record by two victories over the previous season's mark. Senior Matt Formato finished his career with 1,709 points and 196 three-pointers, totals that rank seventh and third, respectively, in the program's history. First-year student Allen Bediako notched a College single-season record with fifty-three blocked shots.

Women's Basketball
Record: 21-7 overall,
11-5 NCAC
Recap: Utilizing their trademark stalwart defense, the Ladies earned a national ranking as high as fourteenth and made a return trip to the conference tournament championship game. The team ranked sixteenth in the nation with a defensive scoring average of 51.8 points per game, and senior Katy Zeanah became just the second player in the program's history to finish her career with more than 1,000 points and 700 rebounds.

Men's Swimming
Record: 8-4 dual
Recap: For the twenty-seventh consecutive season, the Lords swim team celebrated a national championship. The Lords' streak, which began in 1980, is the longest championship run in the history of the NCAA. Senior Andrejs Duda won two individual and four relay events at the championship meet and was crowned the NCAA Swimmer of the Year. He tied an NCAA record with nine career individual event titles and set a Kenyon record with a total of twenty-four career titles.

Women's Swimming
Record: 6-5 dual
Recap: Nearly toppling defending champion Emory University, the Ladies settled for the runner-up spot in what was the closest team margin in the history of the NCAA Division III championship (428-418). The Ladies used a fleet of first-years, including Elizabeth Carlton , Brittany Hurd , and Jessica Wise , to win a pair of relay events and push the Eagles
to the edge.

Men's Indoor Track & Field
Record: Sixth at NCAC Championship
Recap: Kenyon's distance medley relay team claimed a title, and sophomore Brandon Balthrop posted a trio of top-five finishes at the season-ending conference championship meet. Those efforts helped the Lords improve three slots in the standings, to sixth, after placing ninth in 2005. Two weeks prior to the conference meet, Balthrop broke the College's fifteen-year-old record in the triple jump.

Women's Indoor Track & Field
Record: Seventh at NCAC Championship
Recap: Senior Katie Walker won two events, set three records, and lifted the Ladies to a seventh-place team finish at the conference championship. She established College records in the long jump, the 55-meter dash, and the 4x200-meter relay. She qualified for the national championship meet in the long jump and capped off her indoor career with an eighth-place, All-American finish.

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