While NC State and Texas are 2 of the top teams battling for the title tonight, the Florida Gators are bringing in a team that could be hard to beat.
Townley Haas will be looking to regain his 500 free title at the NCAA Championships.
Cole Buese is one of the Princeton men competing for tonight’s 200 fly title.
Harvard’s Brennan Novak is set to compete in the 1000 free tonight. Teammate Dean Farris headlines both the 200 free and 100 back.
Harvard’s Brennan Novak is the top seed in the 500 free after breaking the Meet Record with a quick 4:14.17 in prelims.
Watch Harvard’s Dean Farris put up the fifth-fastest 800 freestyle relay split of all time.
Dean Farris impressed this weekend with his 42.9 in the individual 100 free and a 41.8 as the anchor of the 400 free relay. Teammate Logan Houck knocked 10 seconds off his personal best and will likely earn a trip to NCAAs with his 14:47.3 in the mile.
Over the month of January, coach Kevin Tyrell and the Harvard Crimson men have rolled up a 4-0 dual meet record, including a cross-country road win against 10th-ranked Arizona State.
Harvard’s men had a double dual against Rider and Bryant, coming away with victories against both and winning all but 3 events.
The Penn and Harvard Men dueled it out while Brown’s Women took on Harvard’s and Penn’s.
Dean Farris helped the Harvard men edge out Arizona State as both teams competed for the first time in 2018.
Texas freshman standout Austin Katz was a key player in helping the Horns secure their NCAA spot. Despite their A relay being disqualified, Katz came up big with a 45.34 backstroke split to help the B relay to victory.
The Harvard men won 15 of 16 events in their double dual with Dartmouth and Cornell.
After controlling the 2017 Ivy League Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships from the outset, Harvard won its 24th conference title.
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.