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Could 2014 be the end of the Princeton-Harvard hegemony? Columbia is hoping to translate its successful dual meet season into an Ivy Championship. But it’s the winner of this meet that gets the crown, and Princeton, Harvard and Yale won’t make it easy for the Lions.
Follow along with all the conference championship action with this roundup of the big conference championships going on across the country over the next month.
Swim Video courtesy of Columbia Women’s Swimming.
University of Pennsylvania Quakers class of 2014, on Senior Day.
Columbia junior David Jakl won two events in the Lions’ loss to Navy on Saturday.
Cornell hosted their final meets in ode to their seniors as both Cornell teams had wins against Brown.
The Yale women hosted Ivy rivals Princeton and Harvard this weekend for the annual H-Y-P meet.
It was Senior Day at Yale as Princeton, Yale and Harvard women’s teams kicked off their annual H-Y-P rivalry on Saturday, February 1 at Kiphuth Exhibition Pool in New Haven, Connecticut.
The second half of the Big Three rivalry continued where the first left off: pool records in almost every event, and mind-blowing swims from Yale sophomore Brian Hogan.
Kiphuth Exhibition Pool records were rewritten in seven of ten events on Day One of the classic H-Y-P rivalry.
Princeton, Yale and Harvard are gearing up for their annual rivalry, which takes place this weekend in New Haven, Connecticut.
Dartmouth senior and uber-talented Nejc Zupan won four individual events and two relays at the Dartmouth Invitational this past weekend, setting UVAC pool records in every one of them and picking up a new school record in the 200 fly.
This close meet against Yale and UNH left Yale on the edge of their seat, fighting for the win.
The Columbia Lions’ prowess was on display at Uris Natatorium on Saturday as the men’s team defeated Cornell in front of a large crowd of alumni and fans gathered to honor Coach Bolster. Photo of Columbia freshman Drew May.