Harvard’s Chuck Katis will transfer to Cal, with the expectation that he will arrive there at the semester.
In Ithaca, New York the men and women of Cornell faced Boston College and take two wins to the bank for the Bears
After a superb recruiting season this past year, Yale shines through on their meet against SCSU at the Bulldog home pool.
Columbia senior Alena Kluge was one of the event winners as the Lions defeated the Harvard Crimson for the first time in program history.
The men’s Ivy League season begins in earnest this weekend with Brown, Cornell, Penn, and Yale all in dual meets….
Cornell Men’s Swimming and Diving team take on No Shave November, taking it one step further, teaming up with an international charity organization to take part in Movember. (Featured image: Mitchell Johnson and Michael Reynolds)
Montana breaststroker Hailey Jacobson has verbally committed to Brown University. Pending full acceptance through the more complex Ivy League application…
Alex Peterson of Laguna Hills CA has verbally committed to swim for the University of Pennsylvania Quakers.
Chris Morgan, formerly of Harvard, has taken a new position with the country’s biggest YMCA team.
Distance free specialist Taylor Uselis of Clearwater Aquatic Swim Team/Palm Beach University High School has given a verbal commitment to the University of Pennsylvania.
Olivia Katcher has verbally committed to swim for Brown next year, giving them a second middle-distance threat.
Ryan Alexander, of Marblehead MA, has verbally committed to the Penn Quakers for 2014-15. The Marblehead High School standout is…
1980 Olympic Qualifier and Masters Swimming Champions David Sims is the patriarch of an impressive Sims swimming legacy that includes two new Division 1 commits.
The Harvard women have picked up an instant-impact IM’er for their class of 2014.
A look ahead to the 2013-14 season of women’s swimming and diving in the Ivy League. FEATURED IMAGE: Eva Fabian, 2013 Open Water World Championship medalist, owned the Ivy distance evens as a freshman at Yale.