The pre-selection psych sheets for the 2017 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships have been released. While these do not…
Women’s NCAA conference championships have wrapped up, meaning it’s time for our last Power Rankings of the season. Stanford is still the runaway #1 team in the land, but the rest of the top 20 has shuffled up pretty considerably as more teams start to show their cards in the hunt for NCAA invites.
After controlling the 2017 Ivy League Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships from the outset, Harvard won its 24th conference title.
Swimmers and divers from 23 different schools are set to compete in Athens, Georgia, at the 2017 Bulldog Invitation, in an effort to achieve or lower their NCAA qualifying times.
Columbia’s Michal Zyla broke his school record in the 200 back with the second-fastest qualifying time of the morning.
Harvard continues to lead the field after three days at the 2017 Ivy League Men’s Championships.
Cornell junior Slater Goodman posted a live video to his Facebook page during freshman Dean Farris’ 200 free final. Watch it here (warning, some NSFW language).
Harvard freshman Dean Harris crushed the meet and pool records in the 200 free, which he had broken earlier in the day in prelims, with a stunning 1:31.56 in finals.
Harvard freshman Dean Farris is having an Ivy League Men’s Championships for the record books.
Two-time defending champion Alex Evdokimov of Cornell broke Nejc Zupan’s pool record with a top qualifying time of 53.02 in the 100 breast.
Kei Hyogo of Yale broke a 37-year-old pool record when he won the consolation final of the 500 free in 4:16.71.
With the absence of longtime foe Princeton at the 2017 Ivy League Men’s Championships, Harvard is cruising toward a conference title with nary a challenger in sight.
Freshman Dean Farris anchored two winning relays for Harvard on Day One of the 2017 Ivy League Men’s Championships at Blodgett Pool.
Last season, Arizona’s Taylor Garcia used a last chance meet to qualify for NCAAs before placing 23rd at NCAAs in the 100 back. This season, her 52.26 already puts her in a much better position, with the Pac-12 Championships left to swim still.