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.
Princeton senior and co-captain Lisa Boyce is top qualifier in the 50 free going into Day One finals of Big Al Open.
Princeton sophomore Nikki Larson won three events as Princeton beat Penn, fell to Cornell in Ithaca over the weekend.
Princeton sophomore En-Wei Hu-Van Wright won the 200 back in Princeton’s sweep of Ivy League rivals Penn and Cornell.
Harvard diver Mike Mosca won two events in the Crimson’s win over Columbia at Uris Natatorium in New York City. (photo courtesy of Harvard Athletics)
Yale’s talented freshman class won a majority of the events in Friday’s cross-Connecticut double dual meet against Sacred Heart and University of Bridgeport. (photo by Tom Lynam ’13, Yale Sports Publicity)
Princeton junior Reese Iriondo won the 200 free and the 1650, and was on the first-place 800 free relay, at this weekend’s Princeton Open at DeNunzio pool in Princeton, NJ.
Harvard men and women took down two Ivy-League rivals in Hanover, New Hampshire as Cornell and Dartmouth split the wins for men and women.