Katinka Hosszu added two golds on the third and final day of Le Meeting de Nice, winning the first stage of FFN’s Golden Tour.
Princeton’s Sam Smiddy (pictured above) came from behind to win the 1650, but Harvard men lead their Ivy foes, Princeton and Yale, after Day One of the annual tri-meet known as HYP.
Yale women’s swimming and diving suffered its first losses of the season at the annual HYP tri-meet, this year held at Harvard’s Blodgett Pool, but that didn’t dampen their spirits. The Bulldogs had many strong swims in preparation for Ivy League Championships, when Eva Fabian will be back in uniform.
Mehdy Metella picked up his second butterfly gold medal in Nice, winning by 1/100 (23.82) over Andriy Govorov in the 50 fly on Saturday.
Princeton junior Nikki Larson won the 50 free, helping to put Princeton in the lead after Day One of the annual HYP tri-meet, held this year in Harvard’s Blodgett Pool.
Katinka Hosszu is currently on top of the women’s leaderboard at the conclusion of Day One of the FFN’s Golden Tour in Nice.
The FFN has narrowed the field from 17 candidates to 3 as it seeks to replace Lionel Horter as National Technical Director.
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Columbia head coach Jim Boster added two to the win column over the weekend as his Lions beat both Brown and Bucknell on consecutive outings.
The Big Red traveled to Colgate on Saturday to battle the Raiders who were celebrating Senior Day. Colgate men overcame their hosts by a score of 204-80, while the women beat Colgate, 173-112.
Penn hosted Delaware over the weekend in a combined dual meet; the men beat the Blue Hens, 184-98, while the Quaker women won, 174-126.
Dartmouth junior Kendy Nangle had several season-best swims at the Dartmouth Invitational over the weekend. The Big Green women were second to Northeastern by 1 point, while the men clinched a win.
CofC hosted their last home meet over the weekend. The men defeated Gardner-Webb in the two-day contest, 242-99; the women lost a close battle, 198-146.
Michgan women defeated Ohio State at home for the ninth consecutive time on Saturday. The Wolverines won 12 of 16 events and racked up a score of 190-110.
890 people crowded into the Canham Natatorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan on Saturday to watch the Wolverines take on the…