Columbia sprint standout Albert Gwo swept the sprints. He was the only man under 45 in the 100 free, winning that race by well over a second in 44.80.
Gures, who won the 50 free on day 1, picked up his 2nd win in the 100 fly. In his first swim under 47 this season, he broke his own school record in 45.48.
Another Harvard freshman, Gunner Grant, dominated the 100 back. Grant’s former best was a 47.32 from midseason. Here, he blew that away with a 46.72.
Three men earned two individual event wins each as the Navy men defeated Princeton, 171-129, in a long course dual meet over the weekend.
Adriel Sanes broke his own University of Denver record in the 200 breaststroke and also swam on the record-breaking 400 free relay.
Penn State’s Maddie Cooke added a win in the 100 breaststroke to a 50 free victory on Friday as the Nittany Lions got hot on Saturday in Princeton.
Princeton opened their season on the road against Florida Atlantic, walking away with victories on both the men’s and women’s sides.
Tonight’s session will be brief with only 5 races: the 400 IM (men’s and women’s), 100 fly (men’s and women’s), and the women’s 4 x 200 freestyle relay.
After a 40-year tenure as the head coach of Princeton’s men’s swimming and diving team, C. Rob Orr has announced his retirement.
Harvard is leading the way for the mid-major schools, having qualified 6 individual swimmers and all 5 relays.
Dean Farris and his teammate Brennan Novak each won 3 individual events at the meet, so they shared the high point award for the 2nd-straight season.
Princeton freshman Raunak Khosla swam a speedy 1:42.80, out-touching Penn senior Mark Andrew (1:42.97).
We’re still almost a month away from the Ivy League Championships, and Harvard’s Dean Farris is already popping some times that should challenge for wins at NCAAs.
Mason picked up four wins over the course of the three-day meet.
The Princeton men won every swimming event and added a 1-meter diving win during an impressive afternoon against Florida Atlantic and Boston College.