The men and women of Columbia University narrowly defeated their Ivy League foes from Brown University Friday evening at a dual meet held at the Percy Uris Natatorium at Columbia University in New York.
Rutgers swimming and diving continued their multiple day lead over their competition for the win at the Rutgers Invitational, including a school and pool record in the 200 backstroke by Vera Koprivova and a pool record in the 200 butterfly by Francesca Stoppa.
Hannah Kannan just barely managed to hold off Kasey Karkoska in the 100 back, touching in 57.05 to Karkoska’s 57.09.
After trailing for the majority of the meet, the Columbia women’s swimming and diving team rallied for victories in the final two events to earn a come-from-behind victory over the Northeastern Huskies, 156-144, at the Uris Natatorium on Saturday afternoon.
Columbia hosted Dartmouth both teams’ final dual of the season, less than 2 weeks before the start of the women’s Ivy League Championship on Febraury 14-17th.
Columbia’s Michal Zyla was a triple-winner for the Lions in their win over Dartmouth
Cornell came away with the victory o nthe women’s side, but it was Columbia who took the win on the men’s side.
Meet Stats Complete results Hosted by Columbia December 9, 2016 Score Women: Princeton 170.5, Columbia 122.5 Men: Columbia 167.5, Princeton…
Virginia Burns of Penn swept the 100/200/500 freestyle events at the double dual meet against Columbia and Army West Point.
Nikita Bondarenko won the 200 free for Columbia as the men took a narrow victory over Brown.
San Ramon Valley Women & Northgate Men Repeat in California’s North Coast Section (NCS) High School Championship
Campolindo High School senior Mary Ashby finished her CIF – North Coast Section career with a sprint double on Sunday.
Northern Californians Aileen Lee and Mary Ashby have made verbal commitments to join the class of 2019 at Columbia University.
Las Lomas boys knock off defending section champs Campolindo at DFAL Championships, Campo girls dominate
The girls of Campolindo High School powered away with a Diablo Foothill Athletic League (DFAL) championships Saturday, while the Las Lomas Knights topped defending North Coast Section Champions Campolindo on the boys side.