Another Harvard freshman, Gunner Grant, dominated the 100 back. Grant’s former best was a 47.32 from midseason. Here, he blew that away with a 46.72.
The Cal men (above) are the defending NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming & Diving Champions. (Tickets for the women’s meet have already sold out…)
In preparation for the coming month of NCAA action, we’ve compiled a listing of every conference meet in the NCAA’s Division I.
In the water, the Harvard men have been hit hard by graduations and redshirts this season, but they’re still the nation-leaders in the classroom.
Nikki Venema, the 200 back winner with a time of 2:00.56, was one of five Princeton freshman women to win in their victory over Columbia.
On their senior day, the Cornell women earned their first Ivy League dual meet victory of the season against Brown. The Brown men came away with a win.
Harvard senior Daniel Chang picked up a winning triple for the Crimson as the men and women both beat Ivy League rival Penn last weekend.
Gwo’s record came in the 50 free, where he put up a 19.71. That’s just 2 tenths slower than his lifetime best, which he swam last month.
Freshman Gunner Grant stood out for the Harvard Crimson as the men and women defeated Ivy League rival brown last weekend. Grant won all 3 of his events.
The Yale men and women were dominant with wins over Penn and Dartmouth on Saturday, while the Penn men and women picked up wins over Dartmouth.
Bellevue Club Swim Team freestyler Nathalie Valdman is headed to Princeton next fall.
At least 27 mainland American college teams are on training trips in Puerto Rico this week, including the Harvard women and TCU. Above: Ponce
Lakeside Swim Team’s Conner Kang has announced his intention to swim for the Bulldogs beginning in the fall of 2020.
Three men earned two individual event wins each as the Navy men defeated Princeton, 171-129, in a long course dual meet over the weekend.
Hadley DeBruyn from Suburban Seahawks Club has verbally committed to Penn for 2020-21.