Here’s a quick recap of the top swims from the Brown University Invitational Saturday finals session
Penn distance swimmer Chris Swanson established him self as one of the best Ivy League swimmers in the last decade last season…
DART swimmers Claire Pinson (Harvard) and Alex Kapphahn (Wesleyan) have committed for the 2015-16 season.
No swimmer in the world right now keeps us on the edge of our seats quite like Katie Ledecky, and we’ll get to see her in up to 6 events this week in Greensboro.
From L-R: Scott Bole, Jake Gibbons, and Joey Carbone. The three Bolles friends will spend the next four years together in New Haven.
Hershey, Pennsylvania native Will Drexler is the latest to commit to the Bulldogs’ class of 2019.
Limaldi of the Ocean County YMCA in Toms River, New Jersey has made a commitment to Yale University for 2015-16.
Jake Gibbons, shown here with Bolles head coach Sergio Lopez Miro, has committed to swim for the Yale Bulldogs in 2015-16.
Santa Clara freestyler Cooper Burrill is the latest to commit to the Yale Bulldogs for the 2015-16 season.
The Penn Quakers picked up a commitment from San Diego IM/back specialist Georgia Reilly (left) for 2015-16.
NCAP and Georgetown Prep freestyler Adrian Lim has committed to Yale.
Chicago Wolfpack IMer Charlotte Rosenberg has committed to Brown University’s class of 2019.
Harvard swept the top three spots in many of the races against Columbia, producing a lopsided score of 207-88 in the dual meet.
The Crimson hosted the Lioins on Friday and came away with their third conference win of the season.
SwimSwam’s got you covered, college swimming fans, with this list of rapid-fire breakdowns from each of the major college invites to happen last week.