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.
The men of Brown and Penn have both added Junior Nationals qualifiers to their rosters for the 2014-2015 season.
Yale has fired back at Harvard with a top-level breaststroker of their own in the class of 2014.
Harvard has picked up another versatile swimmer for the class of 2014.
The Harvard Crimson have added a 4th verbal commitment to their class of 2014.
Harvard now has three bona-fied blue-chip recruits in their recruiting class of 2014.
The Harvard men have picked up a verbal commitment from a top-level breaststroker.
Seen here as part of the National Age Group Record setting 800 free relay, Elsa Welshofer has committed to Princeton.
Alexander Lewis has the potential to compete in a lot of different races for the Princeton Tigers.
Ivy League champion Princeton women’s swimming and diving team showed their team spirit outside of the pool when it hosted the sixth annual Collegians For The Cure 5K Run last Saturday on the Princeton campus.
An inside look at September life back on campus for the Harvard men as they settle into the new school year.
This Swim Across America event was extremely successful for the Brown University, raising money with the largest attendance of university athletes in one event.
Crimson’s Alex Meyer Honored with 2013 Fran Crippen Memorial Male Open Water Swimmer of the Year Award
Crimson’s Alex Meyer has been honored with the Fran Crippen Memorial Male Open Water Swimmer of the Year Award for the third consecutve year. Meyer represented the United States in the 10K and 25K races at the 2013 FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis)
Princeton gets commitment from another top female swimming in the class of 2014 (Marsteller bottom right). (Photo Credit: Amanda Smith)