Princeton seniors Sada Stewart, Mallory Remick, Beverly Nguyen, Maylin Meisenheimer, Elizabeth McDonald, Nikki Larson, Morgan Karetnick and Helen Zitkovsky.
In preparation for the coming month of NCAA action, we’ve compiled a listing of every conference meet in the NCAA’s Division I.
What does it mean to dominate a competition? Not just winning the competition. But winning by a lot.
The Yale women waited a long time for their chance to pace the yearly HYP (Harvard-Yale-Princeton) triangular. So it’s only fitting that their 2016 win was keyed by the longest of races.
Yale women’s swimming and diving is the runaway favorite to win their first Ivy League title since 1978 after beating Harvard and Princeton in dual meets over the weekend. Princeton defeated Harvard.
Dylan Sali trumped the 100 backstroke competition as the Cornell men defeated Brown.
Penn’s Chris Swanson crushed the 500 freestyle as the Quakers completed their third and fourth dual meet wins of the weekend.
Eric Schultz won the 200 free in one of the closest races of the night.
Yale women held a narrow lead over rivals Princeton and Harvard at the conclusion of Day One of the annual HYP double dual meet.
Princeton men earned a pair of big wins over rivals Harvard and Yale in the annual double dual meet known as HYP.
Princeton men’s team led both Harvard and Yale after the first of two sessions at the annual double dual meet. The Tigers’ seniors were gunning for their first-ever HYP crown.
The men of the U.S. Naval Academy won tonight over Columbia and Penn State in a double dual, one half of which was rescheduled after last week’s snowstorm.
The Cornell women’s team picked up a win over Colgate this weekend, 177-104. The men also defeated Colgate with a 187-93 finish.
The men of Columbia took a training trip to Puerto Rico and came back with swimming prowess that won them three dual victories.
Jack Manchester was part of a Harvard podium sweep as they clinched both UNLV and Air Force on Saturday.