Yale’s Cailley Silbert (pictured) and Eva Fabian battled for nearly 16 and a half minutes, ultimately tying for the Ivy League title in the 1650 freestyle.
The 2015 Women’s Ivy League Championship meet will be held from February 19th-21st at the Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Massachusetts,…
The biggest moved in the latest version of the CSCAA polls comes from the Harvard men, who jumped from #25 all the way to #4.
Game over. Yale’s women and Princeton’s men went into Sunday evening’s final session with leads and extended them with strong…
Yale and Princeton are well positioned after Sunday morning’s prelims to defend their leads going into the final session of…
Alicia Aemisegger has been hired as an assistant coach by the New York University men’s and women’s swimming and diving…
USA Swimming National Team swimmer Curtis Ogren highlights Stanford’s 5th-best-in-the-country class.
Both Brooke Zeiger (left) and Heidi Miller (right) find themselves in our 5th-8th ranked recruiting classes, Zeiger with Minnesota and Miller with Princeton.
A diver and captain at Princeton during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Mary Mulcare (bottom left) put her EMT training to use, racing north to New York to help victims of the attacks.
The second half of the Big Three rivalry continued where the first left off: pool records in almost every event, and mind-blowing swims from Yale sophomore Brian Hogan.
Kiphuth Exhibition Pool records were rewritten in seven of ten events on Day One of the classic H-Y-P rivalry.
The U.S. Naval Academy won a close one at home, handing Princeton their first loss of the season and improving their own record to 5-2.
Princeton junior Reese Iriondo won the 200 free and the 1650, and was on the first-place 800 free relay, at this weekend’s Princeton Open at DeNunzio pool in Princeton, NJ.
5 teammates at Charlotte Catholic High School are swimming Division I – and so far, they haven’t lost a high school state title yet.