Entering the 2017-18 season, Ewing ranks in the top 20 all-time at Bates in these events:
50-yard backstroke, 1st (22.85)
100-yard backstroke, 1st (49.37)
200-yard backstroke, 1st (1:47.94)
200-yard Individual Medley, 1st (1:52.85)
200-yard Medley Relay, 1st (1:30.69), 2nd (1:30.79), 4th (1:32.65), 7th (1:33.70), 8th (1:33.87) and 9th (1:34.19)
400-yard Medley Relay, 1st (3:19.27), 2nd (3:19.84), 3rd (3:20.62), 4th (3:21.50), 5th (3:21.63) and 10th (3:26.61)
400-yard freestyle relay, 1st (3:03.25), 3rd (3:04.70), 4th (3:05.64) and 8th (3:07.46)
100-yard butterfly, 3rd (49.92)
200-yard freestyle relay, 5th (1:23.93) and 7th (1:24.54)
800-yard freestyle relay, 7th (7:00.76) and 9th (7:06.92)
400-yard Individual Medley, 8th (4:20.89)
100-yard Individual Medley, 10th (55.85)
50-yard butterfly, 12th (23.77)
2017-18: Team captain.... Named to the NESCAC Winter All-Sportsmanship Team.
2016-17: Earned All-America honors in the 200-yard medley relay and the 400-yard medley relay by helping the Bobcats finish 12th and 13th respectively at the NCAA Championships.... Earned another All-America honor with a 15th place finish in the 100-yard backstroke (49.76 seconds).
2015-16: Represented the Bates men's swim team at the NCAA Division III Championships for the second time in as many years.... Finished his second trip to NCAAs with a 23rd-place showing in the 200-yard back stroke, with a prelim time of 1:50.51.... Helped claim second place (All-NESCAC) and school record in 400 freestyle relay at NESCAC Championships.... Placed fifth in the 100 backstroke at NESCAC Championships with an NCAA B-cut time of 49.95 seconds.... Sliced 1.48 seconds off of his own team record in the 200-yard individual medley at NESCACs, with a prelim time of 1:52.85. Ewing finished sixth in the championship final at 1:53.22.... Helped claim fourth place in 400 medley relay at NESCAC Championships....
2014-15: Competing in NCAA Championships as first-year, had a 23rd-place showing in the 200-yard back stroke, with a prelim time of 1:50.51.... Part of the largest contingent of Bates male swimmers ever at the NCAA Championships -- with Matt Gagne, Andrew Briggs and Teddy Pender -- resulted in Honorable Mention All-America honors for all four men in two relays, the 200 and 400 medley, for finishing 14th and 12th in the nation, respectively.
High School Activities/Honors: Honor Roll, Crew, alpine skiing, Manchester swim team, BHS swim team.