Alicia Aemisegger of Princeton won back-to-back Ivy League titles in the 1000 free in 2007 and 2008 as part of a 13-time All-American career.
25 Division I men’s swimmers and divers and 25 women’s swimmers and divers were selected to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District At-Large Teams, making them eligible for Academic All-America honors.
Our recruiting class ranks for the current crop of graduating seniors, all the way back in 2015: #1 Texas, #2 Cal, #3 USC. How did those classes (and the rest of our top 12) turn out after four years? And what would a revised top 12 list look like? We have the answers – and the data – here.
Success on college swimming’s most visible stage is opening up new possibilities for Harvard.
On top of that, the last time Harvard cracked the top 10 itself was in 1963 when they finished 10th.
The Texas Longhorns came out strong tonight, but they weren’t the only ones.
Harvard is leading the way for the mid-major schools, having qualified 6 individual swimmers and all 5 relays.
Dean Farris and his teammate Brennan Novak each won 3 individual events at the meet, so they shared the high point award for the 2nd-straight season.
Dean Farris wasn’t the only highlight on Friday at the Ivy League Championships. The meet also saw the fastest freshman time in the nation.
Princeton freshman Raunak Khosla swam a speedy 1:42.80, out-touching Penn senior Mark Andrew (1:42.97).
The Harvard men broke Meet Records in both relays on day 1 of the 2019 Ivy League Championships.
The USC Trojans will be trying to build momentum on their strong morning on the final night of the 2018 Texas Hall of Fame Invite.
Noah Brune of the Mission Viejo Nadadores has verbally committed to the admissions process* at Harvard. Brune is a NAG…
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.