With a tough week behind them, Cornell took on Colgate to bounce back from a tough loss from Yale.
It was Senior Day at Blodgett Pool as the Harvard Crimson hosted the Brown Bears. Photo of senior relays courtesy of Harvard Swim & Dive via Twitter.
Yale women pulled off a pair of victories on Saturday, beating both Penn and Dartmouth in their home pool. The Elis won nine of sixteen events and were also able to score a lot of points on the depth of their roster.
Championship season is upon us as Yale swimmers Andrew Heymann, Alwin Firmansyah, and Oscar Miao lay down the heat against the Cornell Brown Bears in their latest show down.
Yale Distance and Freshmen make a huge splash against Cornell in this Ivy League showdown.
It seems that we were wrong. There isn’t just one former swimming standout on Forbes’ 30 under 30 lists. The…
Bucknell men’s team played host to Columbia over the weekend, while the women took on Rutgers in their home pool. Both teams fought hard but came away short of the win. Recap below.
The U.S. Naval Academy won a close one at home, handing Princeton their first loss of the season and improving their own record to 5-2.
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Dartmouth senior Nejc Zupan (pictured), Princeton’s Teo D’Alessandro and Brown’s Tommy Glenn each won two events at Princeton’s Big Al Open this weekend.
A group of current and former Columbia Lions swimmers do WERK.
After winning the 200 and 400 IMs, Yale’s Emma Smith is the top qualifier in the 200 breast going into tonight’s finals at Princeton’s Big Al Open.
Teo D’Alessandro (pictured) and Lisa Boyce each broke another Princeton record in Day Two of Big Al Open. The host Tigers continue to lead the men’s and women’s meets in DeNunzio Pool at Princeton.
Princeton’s Lisa Boyce (pictured) and Michael Strand each broke a school record in the prelims session of Day Two of Big Al Open.
Two Princeton records fell on Day One of the Big Al Open. Teo D’Alessandro (pictured) broke the 200 IM, while Michael Strand’s leadoff in the 400 medley relay was the school’s fastest ever 100 back.