Harvard has held the lead since Day 1 and is expected to win their 3rd Ivy title out of the last 4 championships in their home pool on Saturday night.
Harvard is looking to extend its lead on Day 3 of 2022 Ivy League Championships, while Princeton, Yale, and Penn are vying for second place.
Day 2 finals will feature A, B, and C heats of the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, and 1-mtr diving, and a timed final of the 200 free relay.
Day 2 of the 2022 Ivy League Women’s Championships will feature prelims of the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, and 1m diving.
Defending Ivy League swimmer of the year Felicia Pasadyn leads Harvard’s charge to take the Ivy League title back from rival Princeton.
Yale downed Ivy foes Harvard and Princeton, and Princeton beat Harvard, in the annual tri-meet known as H-Y-P.
The Princeton Tiger women swam a rare doubleheader dual on Friday, beating Columbia in the morning and Navy in the afternoon.
George Washington University sophomore Djurdje Matic posted a 45.72 100 fly to clear both the GW team record and last year’s NCAA invite time.
Princeton junior All American Raunak Khosla blasted a 1:43.66 in the 200 IM, easily clearing last year’s NCAA invite time
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.
Lia Thomas scorched the Penn women’s records in the 200 free (1:43.47) and 500 free (4:35.06) during a tri-meet against Princeton and Cornell on Saturday.
Ivy League champions Nikki Venema (above) and Ellie Marquardt both won two events as the Tigers topped the Scarlet Knights
The Harvard women won 11 out of 15 events against Columbia on Saturday in their Ivy League opener. This pushes Harvard’s lead in the series to 35-1.
Princeton’s Ellie Marquardt won the 400 IM and 200 breast in the Tigers’ double victory over Brown and Dartmouth on Saturday.
The penultimate finals session of the Wave I meet is about to be underway, featuring the 400 free, 100 fly, and 200 back.