HARVARD VS. PENN VS. BROWN Results Hosted by Penn Friday, January 13th-Saturday, January 14th 25 yards Dual meet format FINAL…
Virginia Burns of Penn swept the 100/200/500 freestyle events at the double dual meet against Columbia and Army West Point.
The Bulldogs already made history with their first HYP victory in twenty years- could they break the string at Ivy’s as well?
Penn’s Chris Swanson crushed the 500 freestyle as the Quakers completed their third and fourth dual meet wins of the weekend.
Eric Schultz won the 200 free in one of the closest races of the night.
Eva Fabian led the way for the Yale Women with a distance double
The Quakers dominated in the annual Total Performance Swim Camp Invitational hosted by Kenyon College. The Lords and Ladies finished as runners up, out of six teams competing. The meet saw several school and pool records fall for various teams.
Corey Okubo turned in two wins as the Tigers claimed four victories across the board.
I chose Penn because it has the perfect fit of both academics and athletics along with a positive, close-knit team- Claire Kercheval-Roig
Penn freshman Virginia Burns won the 500 free on Thursday to help the Quakers finish fourth after the first day of competition at the 2015 Ivy League women’s championships.
The women’s Ivy League championships begin on Thursday in Cambridge, Mass. Cornell’s Jenna Immormino (pictured) is one of the favorites in the sprint freestyle events.
Penn closed out their dual meet season with wins against the La Salle Explorers. The Quaker men won 160.5-131.5 and the women prevailed 180-121.
Dartmouth men and women played host to Ivy competitors Penn and Yale on Saturday.
The Princeton Tigers hosted Cornell and Penn in a tri-meet on Friday and came away with two ticks in the win column to begin their 2015-16 Ivy campaign.
The University of Pennsylvania women’s swimming and diving team won their season opener at home against Ivy foe Columbia, 215-85.