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.
Chidley set the pool record the 200 butterfly with a time of 1:59.74. Both the Brown men and women won the meet, while Cornell celebrated their seniors.
Harvard’s Dean Farris outtouched teammate Umitcan Gures in a 100 fly showdown as the Crimson topped Brown at home on Tuesday.
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.
The Quakers came away with a pair of wins in the home pool on Saturday as the men edged Brown 152-148 and the women defeated the Bears, 179-121.
Princeton came away with a pair of victories in Providence on Saturday, beating both Brown and Dartmouth to kick off the 2021-22 season on a high note.
Recently aged-up Kayla Han’s previous lifetime best time of 4:17 set the 11-12 National Age Group record in May. Now she is already #47 in the 13-14 age group
That marks a big drop for Han, who entered the meet with a personal best of 2:05.87, which was also from April of this year.
In Santa Clara, Abbey Weitzeil put up a solid 54.18 mid-season effort in the 100 FR. She remains No. 4 in the U.S. this season with her season best of 53.66.
Katie McLaughlin swam just off her 200 free season best in Santa Clara on Friday with a 1:57.65, remaining No. 5 in the US this season.
Lyndsey Wehr, who will join the University of Minnesota swim team this fall, won the 50 free on the final day of the Sectionals meet at St. George.
Brynn Sproul and Austin Lane won the 200 back while Camden Doane finished with a top-20 time for 15-year olds this year in the 100 fly.
Madison Mintenko of Pikes Peak Aquatics won the 200 free with a time of 1:47.51, ranking herself #33 out of the all-time fastest 13-14 year-olds in the event.
Harvard’s Michael Zarian set a Pool Record with his performance in the 400 IM this morning, but will battle Princeton’s 200 IM champ Raunak Khosla tonight.
After setting a Pool Record in prelims, Princeton’s Raunak Khosla will step up to defend his title in the 200 IM at the 2020 Ivy League Championships.