Harvard’s Dean Farris is wrapping up his stellar Ivy League career tonight at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton.
Princeton finished Day Three 36 points behind the defending champions, Harvard, setting up an exciting battle for the Ivy League title on Day Four.
Yale will have two A-finalists in the 200 free on Day 3 at 2022 Ivy League Men’s Championships.
Lukas Scheidl of Brown broke a school record in the 500 free on Thursday night at the 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.
Yale won 22 of the 32 events en route to decisive men’s and women’s victories over Ivy league opponents Penn and Dartmouth.
Brown split its dual meet against Yale, winning on the men’s side but losing on the women’s side. Yale then extended its women’s win record to 3-0.
Columbia men edged Yale at home to kick off their 2021-22 home season.
Nation’s Capital Swim Club swept the overall titles at the Richmond Futures Championships, led by Olympic Trials finalist Erin Gemmell.
Parent’s 4:21.90 from Trials made him the #10 performer all-time in the 15-16 age group, and his swim from tonight keeps him there.
On night 1 of the Richmond Futures meet, 17-year-old Landon Gentry posted one of the fastest 200 butterfly times in age group history with a time of 1:58.79.
OSU commit Malia Rausch of Austin Swim Club hacked almost five seconds off of her old best in the 200 IM, hitting a new OT Wave I cut.