Yale crushed Ivy League oppenents Dartmouth and Penn as they swept both the men’s and women’s meets.
Columbia men beat Yale 164-136.
Yale trounced Brown in their first Ivy League dual of the season.
After controlling the 2017 Ivy League Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships from the outset, Harvard won its 24th conference title.
Columbia’s Michal Zyla broke his school record in the 200 back with the second-fastest qualifying time of the morning.
Kei Hyogo of Yale broke a 37-year-old pool record when he won the consolation final of the 500 free in 4:16.71.
With the absence of longtime foe Princeton at the 2017 Ivy League Men’s Championships, Harvard is cruising toward a conference title with nary a challenger in sight.
On day 1, Ryan threw down a 47.28 to win the 100 fly, clearing the previous Pool Record mark of 47.98 set by Sean Grier in 2013.
The Virginia Tech men and women got off to a good start at the 2016 Hokie Invite with dominant leads in the team scores after the first day.
Meet Stats Complete results Hosted by Yale November 12, 2016 Score Yale 152, Columbia 148 Press Release Courtesy of Yale…
Yale’s Aaron Greenberg is taking an Olympic redshirt year to try to make the 2016 Israeli Olympic Team.
2015 Ivy League Men’s Championships Day 1 Finals: Record-Breaking Performances Help Princeton Establish Early Lead
Princeton’s Harrison Wagner had a big opening night, winning the 50 free and contributing to the Tigers’ two record-breaking relays: 200 free and 400 medley.
Chris Swanson (pictured) of Penn will be in the 500 free final tonight at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, New Jersey.
Yale’s Rob Harder contributed a first in the 100 free and a second in the 200 free in Yale’s win over Brown on Saturday.