Harvard’s Dean Farris is wrapping up his stellar Ivy League career tonight at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton.
Yale will have two A-finalists in the 200 free on Day 3 at 2022 Ivy League Men’s Championships.
Raunak Khosla of Princeton broke the pool record in prelims of the 200 IM on Day 2 at 2020 Men’s Ivy League Championships.
Dean Farris led Harvard to a pair of relay victories on Day 1 of the 2022 Ivy Men’s Championships; he is seeded #2 in the 50 free on Day 2.
The Ivy League will contest their first championship meet in two years at the DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, New Jersey.
Harvard’s Dean Farris returns for his final Ivy League Championship, but Penn freshman Matt Fallon is ready to take his place and step into the spotlight.
Dean Farris won the 100 fly, 200 free, and 3 relays as Harvard moved to 7-0 in league play for the season with a sweep of Princeton and Yale.
Princeton’s Raunak Khosla won the 200 fly (1:42.4) in demanding fashion on Sunday, picking up his 4th individual NCAA “B” qualifying time of the weekend.
The Princeton men and women swept their Ivy tri-meet with Penn and Cornell on Saturday, and the men and women set five pool records.
Princeton men are now 3-0 on the season after wins against Brown and Dartmouth on the road, and now Columbia, at home.
Princeton came away with a pair of victories in Providence on Saturday, beating both Brown and Dartmouth to kick off the 2021-22 season on a high note.
Stanford’s Brooke Forde, Cal’s Jason Louser and VTech’s Youssef Ramadan have all scratched their Thursday events following recent college championship meets.
Ashley Twichell will contest in the 1500 free tonight while the men’s 100 free will feature Justin Ress, Michael Chadwick, Coleman Stewart, and David Curtiss.
Haley Anderson and Zane Grothe topped the 800 free events at the conclusion of tonight’s distance sessions to kick off the 2021 January Pro Swim Series.
Ashley Twichell, an Olympian and open water specialist, is the top seed in tonight’s 800 free on the women’s side.