On top of that, the last time Harvard cracked the top 10 itself was in 1963 when they finished 10th.
There are only a handful of scratches from the final prelims session of the men’s NCAA championships, most of them out of the 100 free, to gear up for relay qualifications.
Harvard is leading the way for the mid-major schools, having qualified 6 individual swimmers and all 5 relays.
The University of Texas, who had 18 swimmers invited to the 2019 Men’s NCAA Championships, has scratched two athletes to lower its combined swimming and diving NCAA roster size to 18.
Dean Farris wasn’t the only highlight on Friday at the Ivy League Championships. The meet also saw the fastest freshman time in the nation.
Princeton freshman Raunak Khosla swam a speedy 1:42.80, out-touching Penn senior Mark Andrew (1:42.97).
The Harvard men broke Meet Records in both relays on day 1 of the 2019 Ivy League Championships.
Cole Buese is one of the Princeton men competing for tonight’s 200 fly title.
Harvard’s Brennan Novak is set to compete in the 1000 free tonight. Teammate Dean Farris headlines both the 200 free and 100 back.
Harvard’s Brennan Novak is the top seed in the 500 free after breaking the Meet Record with a quick 4:14.17 in prelims.
Harvard’s men had a double dual against Rider and Bryant, coming away with victories against both and winning all but 3 events.
The Penn and Harvard Men dueled it out while Brown’s Women took on Harvard’s and Penn’s.
The Harvard men won 15 of 16 events in their double dual with Dartmouth and Cornell.
There were several surprises at the top of the podium on the second night of finals at 2016 Atlanta Futures.
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