Harvard’s four qualifiers no longer appear on NCAA psych sheets, and four alternates have been added in their place – two of them from Stanford.
The Ivy League has just announced that they will be cancelling all sporting events that are currently scheduled for the spring of 2020.
Harvard freshman Cole Kuster is 2-for-2 in the distance events so far and will look for a sweep as he races in tonight’s mile.
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.
The 2020 men’s Ivy League Championships kick off tonight in Boston, Massachusetts with timed finals of the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
Harvard senior Daniel Chang picked up a winning triple for the Crimson as the men and women both beat Ivy League rival Penn last weekend.
Marsh’s 22.58 fly leg on the 200 medley relay out-split the other flyers in the field as well as every freestyle anchor.
On top of that, the last time Harvard cracked the top 10 itself was in 1963 when they finished 10th.
Harvard is leading the way for the mid-major schools, having qualified 6 individual swimmers and all 5 relays.
Eastin, who is recovering from mono, will have her final shot to make an international team in the 200 IM Sunday.
Dean Farris impressed this weekend with his 42.9 in the individual 100 free and a 41.8 as the anchor of the 400 free relay. Teammate Logan Houck knocked 10 seconds off his personal best and will likely earn a trip to NCAAs with his 14:47.3 in the mile.
Over the month of January, coach Kevin Tyrell and the Harvard Crimson men have rolled up a 4-0 dual meet record, including a cross-country road win against 10th-ranked Arizona State.
The Penn and Harvard Men dueled it out while Brown’s Women took on Harvard’s and Penn’s.
Dean Farris helped the Harvard men edge out Arizona State as both teams competed for the first time in 2018.