In an effort to help you, the swim fan, access the links you need this championship season, we’ve got you covered with this conference champs hub.
The freshman class will be huge for the Tigers, as Ellie Marquardt, Christina Bradley, and Nikki Venema have already risen to the top of the league.
SwimAtlanta’s Ben Phifer has committed to Yale University for the 2020-21 season and beyond.
Columbia sprint standout Albert Gwo swept the sprints. He was the only man under 45 in the 100 free, winning that race by well over a second in 44.80.
The Princeton women dominated the H-Y-P showdown, handing the Yale women their first Ivy loss since 2015 and their first regular season loss since 2016.
The Columbia men’s team sent its seniors out the right way, defeating the visiting Dartmouth Big Green, 196-102, and the women did likewise with 215-84 win.
Gures, who won the 50 free on day 1, picked up his 2nd win in the 100 fly. In his first swim under 47 this season, he broke his own school record in 45.48.
Chong went on the set an individual school record with her victory in the 100 breast. She knocked over a second off her best time, winning in 1:00.60.
Another Harvard freshman, Gunner Grant, dominated the 100 back. Grant’s former best was a 47.32 from midseason. Here, he blew that away with a 46.72.
The Cal men (above) are the defending NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming & Diving Champions. (Tickets for the women’s meet have already sold out…)
In preparation for the coming month of NCAA action, we’ve compiled a listing of every conference meet in the NCAA’s Division I.
In the water, the Harvard men have been hit hard by graduations and redshirts this season, but they’re still the nation-leaders in the classroom.
Nikki Venema, the 200 back winner with a time of 2:00.56, was one of five Princeton freshman women to win in their victory over Columbia.
On their senior day, the Cornell women earned their first Ivy League dual meet victory of the season against Brown. The Brown men came away with a win.