Coaches Mike Schnur of Penn (left) and Joe Lucia Cornell (middle) pose with Princeton head coach Rob Orr (right) as he logs his 301st victory.
The Princeton Tigers hosted Cornell and Penn in a tri-meet on Friday and came away with two ticks in the win column to begin their 2015-16 Ivy campaign.
Cornell’s vastly-improved men’s team made Harvard work for their victory on Saturday. Both teams beat Dartmouth at the tri-meet. Harvard’s Spenser Goodman won a closely-contested 200 free.
Harvard won a narrow victory over Cornell and downed Dartmouth on Saturday at tri-meet in Blodgett Pool.
Yale men’s swimming and diving opened their Ivy campaign with a win at home over Columbia.
The women of Yale beat the visiting Columbia Lions, 193-107, on Friday.
Columbia’s David Jakl won three events to help propel the Lions’ narrow victory over Penn.
Maureen Rakovec is the latest to give a verbal commitment to the Columbia Lions.
Northern Californians Aileen Lee and Mary Ashby have made verbal commitments to join the class of 2019 at Columbia University.
The annual PUCSDT October training trip to Coral Springs, Florida through the eyes of Victoria Lepesant’s GoPro.
Brittany Usinger, from Lafayette, California, has made a verbal commitment to Harvard’s class of 2019.
David Jakl’s two wins helped the Lions defeat Army on Friday, in a meet that came down to the final relay.
The Ohio State men and women are winning big through day one of their home triangle meet against Princeton and Denison
Yale’s Emma Smith won both the 200 fly and the 200 breast as the Bulldogs men’s and women’s teams defeated the Owls in their season opener on Friday.
The University of Pennsylvania women’s swimming and diving team won their season opener at home against Ivy foe Columbia, 215-85.