Princeton’s Olivia Chan qualified second for tonight’s 200 IM final on opening night of the 2015 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
The women’s Ivy League championships begin on Thursday in Cambridge, Mass. Cornell’s Jenna Immormino (pictured) is one of the favorites in the sprint freestyle events.
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Dartmouth finished its dual meet season over the weekend with a home meet against Columbia; the Lions got the win, 191-109.
Yale’s Rob Harder contributed a first in the 100 free and a second in the 200 free in Yale’s win over Brown on Saturday.
Olivia Jameson of Yale added to the score as the Bulldogs defeated the Brown Bears on Senior Day at Kiphuth Exhibition Pool on Saturday.
Columbia’s seniors contributed largely to the Lions’ win over visiting Princeton on Friday night at Uris Pool.
Columbia’s Christina Ray won three events as the Lions nearly downed Princeton in a thrilling final home meet on Senior Day at Uris Pool.
Sean Han of Peddie School and Peddie Aquatic Association has accepted an offer to swim for Brown beginning in the fall of 2015.
Penn closed out their dual meet season with wins against the La Salle Explorers. The Quaker men won 160.5-131.5 and the women prevailed 180-121.
Eric Schultz (pictured) won a pair of sprint frees as the University of Pennsylvania downed West Chester University on Friday.
James Verhagen won two events as Dartmouth men defeated UConn, 177-123, at home.