The 2018 Women’s Ivy League Swimming & Diving Championships kicked off Wednesday night at Blodgett Pool on the Harvard University campus with a pair of meet records in the 200 medley and 800 free relays.
Princeton seniors Sada Stewart, Mallory Remick, Beverly Nguyen, Maylin Meisenheimer, Elizabeth McDonald, Nikki Larson, Morgan Karetnick and Helen Zitkovsky.
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.
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Princeton freshman Claire McIlmail, fresh off an Ivy League title in the 200 free, will try to double up in the 100 free in tonight’s final.
The women’s Ivy League championships begin on Thursday in Cambridge, Mass. Cornell’s Jenna Immormino (pictured) is one of the favorites in the sprint freestyle events.
Columbia’s Christina Ray won three events as the Lions nearly downed Princeton in a thrilling final home meet on Senior Day at Uris Pool.
The Princeton Tigers hosted Cornell and Penn in a tri-meet on Friday and came away with two ticks in the win column to begin their 2015-16 Ivy campaign.
The Ivy League has yet to really gear up, having just begun coach-led training on October 1. The women get underway this weekend at BrunOpen.
Both Brooke Zeiger (left) and Heidi Miller (right) find themselves in our 5th-8th ranked recruiting classes, Zeiger with Minnesota and Miller with Princeton.
Princeton has announced a deep and talented class of 2018. The nine swimmers and two divers are expected to impact the Tigers’ squad from the outset, as Princeton hopes to recapture the Ivy championship in 2015.
Kathleen Baker, Caitlin Casazza, Elsa Welshofer, and Lauren Rhodes combined to break the last two 17-18 yards National Age Group relay records, giving SwimMAC Carolina perfect 10-for-10.
The relay team of Kathleen Baker, Caitlin Casazza, Elsa Welshofer, and Nora McCullagh posted a 3:34.37, breaking the 15-18 400 medley relay NAG record.
The 17-18’s of SwimMAC Carolina broke their 3rd National Age Group relay record of the weekend with a 3:37.83 in…
Charlotte Catholic, Hough Girls Put on a Show With 9 Record-Breaking Swims at NC State Championship Meet
The lone win in the North Carolina women’s 4A State Championship meet that didn’t go to Charlotte Catholic or W.A. Hough was a swim by Green Hope senior Hannah Moore, who broke the State Record of a current National Team swimmer by over 5 seconds.
Seen here as part of the National Age Group Record setting 800 free relay, Elsa Welshofer has committed to Princeton.