David Nolan comes into the first finals session as the top seed in both the 100 free and 100 fly.
Penn’s Eric Schultz tied with Princeton’s En-Wei Hu-Van Wright for the 100 freestyle victory.
Chris Swanson set an Ivy record to get the session started.
Princeton men earned a pair of big wins over rivals Harvard and Yale in the annual double dual meet known as HYP.
Princeton men’s team led both Harvard and Yale after the first of two sessions at the annual double dual meet. The Tigers’ seniors were gunning for their first-ever HYP crown.
Watch to see highlights from the University of Pennsylvania’s men’s swimming training trip.
Eva Fabian led the way for the Yale Women with a distance double
The Yale Bulldogs swept Cornell in Puerto Rico for a unique long course Ivy League contest.
The second day of the 2015 Janis Dowd Nike Cup left the Duke men with a comfortable lead, however, their female counterparts will have a hard day of racing tomorrow to hold on to their lead over UNC-Chapel Hill.
Future Bulldog Chris Miller (left) and current Bulldog Ben Lerude (right) overlooking New Haven, Connecticut, where the two will be teammates next year.
BYU’s Jake Taylor placed fourth in the 100 back, the highest finish for a mid-major swimmer or diver since 2013.
The Princeton men’s swimming and diving team won their sixth Ivy League title in seven years on Saturday at DeNunzio Pool.
2015 Ivy League Men’s Championships Day 2: Columbia’s Jakl Gets 100 Fly/Back Double; Princeton Extends Lead
David Jakl of Columbia pulled off a 100 fly/100 back double on Day Two of the 2015 Ivy League championships in Princeton, New Jersey.
2015 Ivy League Men’s Championships Day 1 Finals: Record-Breaking Performances Help Princeton Establish Early Lead
Princeton’s Harrison Wagner had a big opening night, winning the 50 free and contributing to the Tigers’ two record-breaking relays: 200 free and 400 medley.
2015 Ivy League Men’s Championships Fan Guide: The Usual Suspects – Slight Nod to Harvard, But Princeton Ready for Battle
Corey Okubo (pictured above) and the Tigers are hosting the 2015 Ivy League Championships beginning Thursday, February 26, at DeNunzio Pool. It’s going to be another close race between Princeton and Harvard this year. Follow along with us on @swimswamlive