Harvard’s Miki Dahlke won back-to-back events in the 100 fly and 200 free, setting meet records in both instances, on Day 3 of the 2018 Women’s Ivy League Championships.
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.
Bella Hindley won both the 50 and 100 free this weekend for Yale.
Yale beat their 4th opponent in their 3rd meet in the past week, beating Rutgers on the road in a shortened dual meet featuring the 100 of each stroke, 200 IM, 200, 500, and 1000 free, and 200 medely and free relays.
Aaron Greenberg put up a season best in the 50, 19.57, which sits just .16 seconds off his lifetime best.
Yale crushed Ivy League oppenents Dartmouth and Penn as they swept both the men’s and women’s meets.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team is poised to win its first Ivy title since 1997.
Yale leads after the first day of competition at the 2017 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Meet Stats Hosted by Yale November 11, 2016 Score Yale 176, Columbia 113 Press Release Courtesy of Yale Athletics NEW…
The top three teams are separated by less than thirty points with one day to go
Yale women’s swimming and diving is the runaway favorite to win their first Ivy League title since 1978 after beating Harvard and Princeton in dual meets over the weekend. Princeton defeated Harvard.
At the Princeton last chance NCAA Qualifier meet, Penn State’s Carolyn Fittin and Katie Rowe each jumped into NCAA invite contention with big swims.
In the tightest Ivy meet in recent memory, Harvard, Yale and Princeton are separated by only 10 points at the top of the leaderboard. All rides on Day Three in Cambridge.
Yale’s Paulina Kaminski (pictured) is the top qualifier in the 100 breast on Day Two of the 2015 Ivy League women’s championships.
Brown University hosts the 2014 Brown Invitational.