Meet the athletes from mid-major teams headed to men’s NCAAs, including Raunak Khosla (pictured), a 2022 HM All-American in the 200 fly, 200 IM, and 400 IM.
Columbia senior Jonathan Suckow kept his undefeated streak intact on Day 2 of the NCAA Zone A Diving Championships on Tuesday, topping the men’s 3-meter.
Columbia senior Jonathan Suckow stayed undefeated this season with a win in the men’s 1-meter final on the first day of the 2023 Zone A Diving Championships
Princeton’s Raunak Khosla earned the top seed in the 200 IM this morning and will aim to defend his Ivy League title in tonight’s final.
The Harvard men won the annual HYP meet against its ivy foes, Princeton and Yale, for the fifth consecutive time on Saturday.
Penn’s Matt Fallon, who finished 3rd in the 200 breast, was one of a slew of Ivy League swimmers smashing records at NCAAs this week.
The Virginia Cavaliers now have three female divers qualified for NCAAs after Elizabeth Kaye and Charlotte Bowen punched their tickets on Tuesday.
Dean Farris won the 100 fly, 200 free, and 3 relays as Harvard moved to 7-0 in league play for the season with a sweep of Princeton and Yale.
Stanford took home wins in three out of four events, with Harvard’s Adam Wesson clinching number one in the 3-meter event.
Senior Grant Shoults won both the 1000 and 500 freestyles as Stanford defeated Harvard 162-127 as well as the University of the Pacific 166-33.
The Harvard men competed at home for the first time since February 2020, defeating Columbia 207-93. The Crimson are now 3-0 this season.