Dartmouth junior Kendy Nangle had several season-best swims at the Dartmouth Invitational over the weekend. The Big Green women were second to Northeastern by 1 point, while the men clinched a win.
Christina Ray won three events, and set a Uris Pool record, as Columbia defeated visiting Ivy rivals Brown, 215-85, on homecoming weekend in NYC.
The Dartmouth men and UMass women are in the lead after Friday night’s session of the Dartmouth Invitational. Swimming resumes on Saturday at the Upper Valley Aquatic Center in White River Junction, Vermont, while diving takes place in Karl Michael Pool at Dartmouth.
David Jakl (pictured above) won two events as a well-matched Columbia men’s team edged Ivy foe Cornell, 184.5-115.5, at Uris Pool on Saturday, January 17. Both teams are in action again this weekend.
Brown University’s distance group did work on their training trip to South Florida.
Harvard men swept the tri-meet against Penn and Brown on Saturday to improve its Ivy record to 5-0.
Yale won 10 of 13 events to take the meet, including a distance freestyle sweep from Eva Fabian.
Entering Saturday’s second day of competition at Rutgers’ Sonny Werblin Recreation Center, the Penn State Nittany Lion men held a…
Cornell University women’s swimming and diving team hosted the Columbia Lions on Friday at Teagle Hall. Overall the meet was…
Defending CSCAA Division I Women’s Swimmer of the Year Brittany MacLean has led the defending NCAA Champion Georgia Bulldogs into a deadlock for first in the latest dual meet polls.
Dartmouth men and women played host to Ivy competitors Penn and Yale on Saturday.
The Blue Devils’ Bradley Cline had a number of top-three finishes in Duke’s losses to Harvard and South Carolina.
Duke women logged two victories on Senior Day. The Blue Devils beat South Carolina (165-135) and Harvard (154-146).
Princeton fêted its seniors during Friday’s home meet with NC State. The women included: Courtney Ciardiello, Elizabeth Gelb, Reese Iriondo, Shirley Wang, and Emily Yu.