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.
Yale women’s swimming and diving team prevailed over Cornell Big Red at Teagle Pool on Wednesday.
The Cornell Big Red men’s swimming and diving team spent the new year in San Juan, Puerto Rico to escape…
Connor Maher (pictured) won both the 100 and 200 backstrokes against the Midshipmen in Princeton’s 171-129 victory over Navy on Saturday.
St. Mary’s International School IM/butterfly specialist Shane Brett will join the Columbia Lions in the fall.
Tyler Lin of Irvine AquaZots has been formally accepted by Princeton University and will join their swimming and diving team in the fall of 2015.
Versatile swimmer Thomas Dillinger could contribute to Penn immediately as a freshman in several different areas.
Cal’s Liz Pelton (right) and Missy Franklin (center) lead the NCAA with 4 individual “A” cuts each, and Rachel Bootsma (left) is also qualified.
Free/fly specialist Matt Harrington of Libertyville, Illinois has committed to swim for Princeton University in the fall.
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has released its latest men’s dual meet poll for Division I, and the top of the class is starting to take shape.