College Swimming Weekly Preview: Nov. 11 – Nov. 17, 2019

With winter invites looming, the college swimming schedule slows down this weekend, though a handful of top programs will still compete.

The defending NCAA runner-up Cal women will take on UC-San Diego in a rare Monday dual. The Ohio State Buckeyes (ranked top 10 on the men’s side in our season-opening ranks) get Division II Denison. the rest of the slate is dominated by Ivy League programs competing often against one another.

Below is a list of the D1 meets we’ll be covering at SwimSwam this week. If we missed any, please leave them in the comments and we’ll get them added.

Meet Date Men Women
UC San Diego vs Cal 11/11 x
Fordham vs. Fairfield 11/13 x x
SIU Invite 11/14-11/16 x x
Ohio State vs Denison 11/15 x x
Rutgers vs Princeton 11/15 x
St Bonaventure vs Canisius 11/15 x x
Marist vs Colgate 11/15 x x
Penn vs Villanova 11/15 x x
Seattle vs Alaska 11/15-11/16 x
Corbett Invite 11/15-11/16 x x
Pepperdine Winter Invite 11/15-11/17 x
Magnus Cup Invite (Diving) 11/15-11/16
Binghamton vs Iona 11/16 x x
Stony Brook vs La Salle 11/16 x
VMI vs UMBC 11/16 x x
Brown vs. Penn 11/16 x x
Columbia vs. Yale 11/16 x x
Dartmouth vs. Cornell vs. Harvard 11/16 x x
Loyola vs Fairfield 11/16 x x
Campbell vs Barton, UNC Pembroke 11/16 x
La Salle vs NJIT 11/16 x
Oakland vs Green Bay 11/16 x x
Monmouth vs Manhattan 11/16 x
Niagra vs Waterloo 11/16 x x
Ball State vs Grand Valley State 11/16 x x
Pacific vs Fresno Pacific 11/16 x
Pacific vs Fresno State 11/16 x
Valparaiso vs Saginaw Valley State 11/16 x x
Manhattan vs Siena, Monmouth 11/17 x

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Andy

Hey Jared. I think a couple of the d2/d3 invites start this weekend. When is that list you usually provide coming out? And thanks for compiling it!

Aquajosh

Where’s the Florida/FSU recap?

IvyBaby

Dartmouth vs. Cornell vs. Harvard is men and women

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