The Cornell men’s swimming and diving program announces their class of 2018, made up of ten swimmers and two divers representing nine states and three countries.
The Cornell women’s swimming and diving program will enroll nine student-athletes -seven swimmers and two divers- to make up the Class of 2018.
The Bulldogs announced a strong incoming class of 2018, including eight swimmers and one diver from six U.S. states and two foreign countries.
The Yale Bulldogs recently announced a strong and diverse class of 2018, made up of ten swimmers and one diver from around the country. They expect this new group to continue the momentum of Yale’s program, which has improved considerably over the last several years.
Yale junior Eva Fabian sat down with SwimSwam to talk about open water swimming, and competing in the Ivy League.
Princeton announced its class of 2018, which features several top-ranked swimmers from all around the country. Having lost its bid to win its sixth straight Ivy title in 2014, Princeton is hoping this group will help it regain the Ivy crown.
Princeton has announced a deep and talented class of 2018. The nine swimmers and two divers are expected to impact the Tigers’ squad from the outset, as Princeton hopes to recapture the Ivy championship in 2015.
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The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2013-14 Academic All-Ivy honors in its winter sports today. Of the 80 members of the Academic All-Ivy roster, six men and six women came from Swimming & Diving.
After winning an Ivy League title as essentially an interim head coach, Kevin Tyrrell has been officially named the head men’s swimming and diving coach of the Harvard Crimson today, per the Harvard website.
The CSCAA released the official NCAA All-American lists for the 2013-2014 season this season. In order to be considered an…
Courtesy of Stanley Wong. Thanks to Matt Traub for sending SwimSwam this swimming video.
The men’s invites were much more centralized in the 5 biggest conferences, with the SEC once again leading all conferences in invited swimmers.
Here’s a listing of award-winners from the conference championships that wrapped up around the country over the past three weeks.
This set of interactive graphs breaks down invites to the women’s NCAA Championships by conference. The powerful SEC nabbed over a quarter of all the NCAA swimming invites and 15 more than second-place Pac-12.