Articles by Anne Lepesant

2014 Men’s Ivy League Championships – Day One: Harvard Off to a Good Start

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.

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2014 Men’s Ivy League Championships – Day One Up/Mid/Down: Harvard, Penn Beating Expectations

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.

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SwimSwam’s The Weekly Wonders of Age Group Swimming – 2/26/2014

There was a lot of talent on display throughout the country this week, from high school state meets to age group championships, making for some really fast age-group swimming. See who made the list.

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Men’s Ivy League Championship Fan Guide: Home Pool Advantage for Harvard or Six-Peat for Princeton?

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.

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2014 Northeast Conference Championships: First Title for Wagner

Wagner College Seahawks won the 2014 Northeast Conference Championships by 200 points, marking their first NEC Swimming and Diving title in program history.

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2014 Summit League Championships: Denver Women, Men Sweep

University of Denver women and men ended their inaugural year in the Summit League with Championship titles. Dylan Bunch, pictured above, set the Summit League record in the 1650 free on the last day of competition.

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2014 Women’s Ivy League Championships: Harvard Takes Back the Crown from Princeton

The Crimson won a narrow victory over Princeton in the 2014 Ivy League Championship. Yale finished third with its strongest performance in the last several years.

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2014 Patriot League Championships Day Four: Mids Take Home the Crown

Having dominated all four days of the meet, Navy won both the women’s and men’s Patriot League titles. Bucknell was able to hold on for second in the women’s meet, while Army moved up on day four to finish in second on the men’s side.

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2014 Patriot League Championships Day Four: Up/Down – Exciting Battle for Second

The Midshipmen women and men continue to dominate the 2014 Patriot League Championship, but excitement is building over who will finish second. Bucknell women are hoping to lock up their position tonight, while Army is looking to overtake Boston University in the men’s meet.

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2014 Women’s Ivy League Championships Day Three: Up/Mid/Down – Still the Princeton-Harvard Show

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.

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2014 NEC Championships Day Three – Wagner Alone at the Top, Tough Battle for 2-4

Wagner increased its lead over its Northeast Conference foes on Day Three of the NEC Championships. Bryant and Saint Francis University overtook Central Connecticut State at the battle for second through fourth intensified.

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2014 Summit League Championships Day Three – Denver Men and Women Extend Lead

University of Denver’s Sam Corea won two events on Day Three of the Summit League Championships at IUPUI.

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2014 Women’s Ivy League Championships – Harvard Moves Into First

Things are heating up after two days of the 2014 Women’s Ivy League Championship at the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center at Brown University. Harvard has taken over the lead from Princeton, and Yale has successfully held onto the third spot over Columbia. But it’s a very close contest and the outcome of the meet could come down to the final relay.

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Patriot League Championships Day Three – Navy Widens Lead Over Field

Navy women and men widened their lead over their Patriot League opponents on Day Three of the championship meet. The race for second is heating up on both sides, though. Bucknell moved into second in the women’s contest, while Boston University is trying to keep Army at bay.

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Patriot League Day Two – Ups/Downs – Army, Bucknell and BU Make Progress

Patriot League Championships Dates: Wednesday, February 19th – Saturday, February 22nd (Co-Ed) Times: Prelims 10:30 a.m. / Finals 6 p.m….

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