Harvard’s Dean Farris headlined the show on the first night of the 2018 Ivy League championships with one of the fastest 800 free relay splits ever.
Brown finished 6th out of 7 teams at last year’s championship meet.
Harvard women’s swimming and diving team won its 13th Ivy League team title and the third in the last five years at Blodgett Pool on Saturday.
Harvard’s Miki Dahlke won back-to-back events in the 100 fly and 200 free, setting meet records in both instances, on Day 3 of the 2018 Women’s Ivy League Championships.
Penn’s Virginia Burns became the first Quaker woman in the history of the program to win an indiviual event in four consecutive years at the Women’s Ivy League Championships.
The 2018 Women’s Ivy League Swimming & Diving Championships kicked off Wednesday night at Blodgett Pool on the Harvard University campus with a pair of meet records in the 200 medley and 800 free relays.
The fastest splits in each of the strokes on night 1 of the first week of Division 1 conference meets.
Our top spot has gone back and forth between Cal and Texas all year, and this edition is no exception as the two trade their ranks from our most recent rankings.
Columbia hosted Dartmouth both teams’ final dual of the season, less than 2 weeks before the start of the women’s Ivy League Championship on Febraury 14-17th.
Dean Farris impressed this weekend with his 42.9 in the individual 100 free and a 41.8 as the anchor of the 400 free relay. Teammate Logan Houck knocked 10 seconds off his personal best and will likely earn a trip to NCAAs with his 14:47.3 in the mile.
Bella Hindley won both the 50 and 100 free this weekend for Yale.
Simone Manuel is back in action for Stanford. But can they keep their hold on the #1 rank? Yes. The answer is obviously yes. Were you seriously wondering?
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The Huskies won 23 of 32 events.