INDIANAPOLIS - The NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships are set to take place at the newly renovated IU Natatorium March 21-24. Franklin College and Indiana Sports Corp will serve as co-hosts for the Championships in Indianapolis.
A total of 579 participants (526 swimmers and 53 divers) will compete this week including student-athletes from DePauw University and Wabash College. There are more than 60 women’s and 55 men’s teams competing during the four days of Championships action.
Student-athletes qualified for the swimming portion of the Championships by meeting the established minimum time for the events in which they entered. Divers were determined by performances achieved at the regional diving meets March 2-3. The complete list of all swimmers competing in the Championships is available at
All-session and single-session tickets are currently on-sale for the Championships and are available at
TicketMaster.com. Tickets can also be purchased on-site at the IU Natatorium ticket office for the duration of the event.
All-session tickets with a reserved chair back are on sale for $65 while general admission bleacher seating is $50. Youth, student, and senior citizen all-session tickets can be purchased for $25.
Preliminary rounds will take place at 10 a.m. on each day of the Championships. Preliminary round single-session adult tickets with a reserved chair back can be purchased for $12 or $8 for general admission bleacher seats. Youth, student and senior citizen single-session bleacher tickets are $6.
Final rounds will take place at 6 p.m. each night. Final round single-session reserved adult chair back tickets are $15 with general admission bleacher tickets sold at $10. Youth, student and senior citizen tickets cost $8.
Children age 2 and younger are free of charge.
NCAA.com will video stream all sessions Wednesday through Saturday of the Championships. Live results for the Championships will also be available on NCAA.com and indianasportscorp.org.
For more information on the Championships, visit www.indianasportscorp.org.
Founded in 1979 as the nation’s first sports commission, Indiana Sports Corp is a not-for-profit organization focused on bringing premier sporting events to Indiana to drive economic vitality, facilitate a vibrant community with civic pride and garner positive media attention. Because of this, Indiana Sports Corp is able to provide positive, sports-related opportunities for youth in the community. For more information, please visit IndianaSportsCorp.org.