Mitch Dalton, assistant coach at Princeton, discusses the 2014-15 season and the Tigers’ 2015 Ivy title.
Princeton senior Harrison Wagner won the 50 free at 2015 Ivies and was on 4 of Princeton’s 5 winning relays.
Video Interview: David Jakl of Columbia Talks About His Fly/Back/Free Triple at 2015 Ivy League Championships
David Jakl of Columbia, who shared High Point Swimmer of the Meet award with Chris Swanson of Penn at 2015 Ivy League championships, talks about his last Ivy meet.
At the Princeton last chance NCAA Qualifier meet, Penn State’s Carolyn Fittin and Katie Rowe each jumped into NCAA invite contention with big swims.
Stephanie Koziol and the Bucknell women sit in fourth place in the team race after two days of racing at the ECAC Open.
The Princeton men’s swimming and diving team won their sixth Ivy League title in seven years on Saturday at DeNunzio Pool.
Harvard’s Jack Manchester broke the 200 back meet, Ivy League, and pool records with his prelims time of 1:41.44.
Pitt lead the women and Navy men are in first at the conclusion of Day One of the ECAC Open championships at Pitt.
2015 Ivy League Men’s Championships Day 2: Columbia’s Jakl Gets 100 Fly/Back Double; Princeton Extends Lead
David Jakl of Columbia pulled off a 100 fly/100 back double on Day Two of the 2015 Ivy League championships in Princeton, New Jersey.
2015 Ivy League Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships Dates: Thursday, February 26 – Saturday, February 28, 2015; prelims 11am, finals…
2015 Ivy League Men’s Championships Day 1 Finals: Record-Breaking Performances Help Princeton Establish Early Lead
Princeton’s Harrison Wagner had a big opening night, winning the 50 free and contributing to the Tigers’ two record-breaking relays: 200 free and 400 medley.
Chris Swanson (pictured) of Penn will be in the 500 free final tonight at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, New Jersey.
2015 Ivy League Men’s Championships Fan Guide: The Usual Suspects – Slight Nod to Harvard, But Princeton Ready for Battle
Corey Okubo (pictured above) and the Tigers are hosting the 2015 Ivy League Championships beginning Thursday, February 26, at DeNunzio Pool. It’s going to be another close race between Princeton and Harvard this year. Follow along with us on @swimswamlive
Missy Franklin and the Cal Bears will compete in the Pac-12 women’s championships this weekend, setting up another showdown between Franklin and Stanford’s Simone Manuel. The full meets to watch list is below.
Courtney Bartholomew was all smiles at the ACC Championships, but that smile could be making American history in a few weeks given her conference performances.