Cornell’s Joe Lucia Announces Retirement; Assistants Newman and Gallagher To Take Reins of Newly Separated Programs
Joe Lucia, the Philip H. Bartels Head Coach of Swimming at Cornell University, has announced he will be stepping down…
Cornell University women’s swimming and diving team hosted the Columbia Lions on Friday at Teagle Hall. Overall the meet was…
Yale women’s swimming and diving team prevailed over Cornell Big Red at Teagle Pool on Wednesday.
The 2014-15 men’s Ivy League campaign gets underway this weekend with a Cornell scrimmage against Buffalo.
Joe Lucia, the Philip H. Bartels Head Coach of Swimming at Cornell, announced the promotion of two assistant coaches to associate head coach: Patrick Gallagher and Wes Newman.
Excitement is building for the last night of the 2014 Men’s Ivy League Championships at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass.
Someone at Blodgett Pool will be busy at the conclusion of the 2014 Men’s Ivy League Championships; a whole lot of new names will have to go up on the records board. The preliminary session of Day Two saw new pool records established in four of five individual events, including the 100 breast by Nejc Zupan of Dartmouth (pictured above).
University of Pennsylvania sophomore Chris Swanson won the 500 free on the first night of the 2014 Men’s Ivy League Championship at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass.
Princeton sophomore Teo D’Alessandro (pictured above) is top seed in the 200 IM at the 2014 Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass.
Will home pool advantage tip the balance Harvard’s way? Will Princeton upset the hosts and achieve a six-peat? Can Yale knock either P or H out of their ongoing 1-2 finish? Tune in beginning Thursday, February 27 to find out.
Brown University’s Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center is the site of the 2014 Women’s Ivy League Championships. As in past years, it has turned into a heated battle between Princeton and Harvard for the crown. The last session begins tonight at 6:00 p.m.
Princeton, Columbia and Brown produced the most finalists from the prelims session of Day Two of the Women’s Ivy League Championship.
Senior Lisa Boyce of Princeton won the 50 free and contributed to Tiger victories in the 200 free relay and 400 medley relay on Day One of the Women’s Ivy League Championships.
Princeton, Yale and Harvard are off to a strong start on Day One of the Women’s Ivy League championship at the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center at Brown University. Lisa Boyce (pictured above) will defend her 2013 Ivy title in the 50 free in tonight’s final.
Could 2014 be the end of the Princeton-Harvard hegemony? Columbia is hoping to translate its successful dual meet season into an Ivy Championship. But it’s the winner of this meet that gets the crown, and Princeton, Harvard and Yale won’t make it easy for the Lions.