Yale women held a narrow lead over rivals Princeton and Harvard at the conclusion of Day One of the annual HYP double dual meet.
North Carolina State’s Alexia Zevnik leads the pack in the 200 IM on the opening session of the 2015 Janis Dowd Nike Cup hosted by University of North Carolina at Chapel, NC.
Yale’s Cailley Silbert (pictured) and Eva Fabian battled for nearly 16 and a half minutes, ultimately tying for the Ivy League title in the 1650 freestyle.
Princeton women’s swimming and diving team won their 22nd Ivy League title on Saturday at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass by the narrowest margin since 2010.
In the tightest Ivy meet in recent memory, Harvard, Yale and Princeton are separated by only 10 points at the top of the leaderboard. All rides on Day Three in Cambridge.
Princeton’s Olivia Chan qualified second for tonight’s 200 IM final on opening night of the 2015 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Princeton junior Nikki Larson won the 50 free, helping to put Princeton in the lead after Day One of the annual HYP tri-meet, held this year in Harvard’s Blodgett Pool.
The Yale Bulldogs recently announced a strong and diverse class of 2018, made up of ten swimmers and one diver from around the country. They expect this new group to continue the momentum of Yale’s program, which has improved considerably over the last several years.