With only days to go until the first meet of the 2021 ISL season, the DC Trident have confirmed list of the athletes they will send to Naples, Italy.
The free agency period was a 30-day window following the conclusion of the ISL draft, where teams could bolster their rosters by signing undrafted athletes.
The 3-swimmer addition makes DC Trident the second team to announce post-draft signees for their 2021 roster after the Cali Condors.
Reigning 100 fly world champion Maggie MacNeil will contest the women’s 100 fly on the final day of the 2019 Pro Swim Series stop in Greensboro.
14-year-old Jacob Whittle was among the British athletes who threw down some solid performances at the London Swimming Open Summer Meet this past weekend.
Akron seems to be leading this charge of Mid-Major programs, having qualified 3 individual swimmers and 4 out of 5 relays to the meet.
Harvard successfully defended its team title at the 2019 Ivy League Women’s Championships, but all eyes were on the Big Green who stunned the field with two Ivy titles in the 200 breast and 200 back, winning their first event crowns since 2013.
Princeton’s Regan Barney defended her Ivy League title in the 400 IM on Day 3 of competition at 2019 Ivy League Women’s Championships.
Harvard freshman Samantha Shelton won the 200 IM on Day 2 of the 2019 Ivy League Women’s Championships.
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We’re still almost a month away from the Ivy League Championships, and Harvard’s Dean Farris is already popping some times that should challenge for wins at NCAAs.
The Cornell men won several close races and swept diving, ultimately defeating Yale by a mere two points.
Yale senior Bella Hindley put up the fastest 50 freestyle in the nation for the year 2019, going 22.17.
Mark Andrew was a key performer for the Quaker men.
Zach Yeadon of Notre Dame will swim the men’s 1650 on the final night in Columbus.