Villanova women’s team captured their seventh straight Big East Swimming and Diving conference title over the past weekend
Harvard freshman Cole Kuster is 2-for-2 in the distance events so far and will look for a sweep as he races in tonight’s mile.
The Harvard men are the 3-time defending champions, but Princeton and Yale will challenge to end their streak at the 2020 Ivy League Championships.
Harvard senior Daniel Chang picked up a winning triple for the Crimson as the men and women both beat Ivy League rival Penn last weekend.
Freshman Gunner Grant stood out for the Harvard Crimson as the men and women defeated Ivy League rival brown last weekend. Grant won all 3 of his events.
Kaitlyn Dobler of The Dolphins Portland won back-to-back events in the 100 breast and 100 fly on Saturday at Mt. Hood Sectionals.
Lucia Davis and Lauren Burckel punched their tickets to 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha on Day 1 of Speedo Sectionals at Mt. Hood.
On top of that, the last time Harvard cracked the top 10 itself was in 1963 when they finished 10th.
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.
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.
Dean Farris helped the Harvard men edge out Arizona State as both teams competed for the first time in 2018.
The Harvard men won 15 of 16 events in their double dual with Dartmouth and Cornell.
The Crimson were able to bring home the victory after scoring 120 points to BYU’s 70 points.