Harvard has held the lead since Day 1 and is expected to win their 3rd Ivy title out of the last 4 championships in their home pool on Saturday night.
Defending Ivy League swimmer of the year Felicia Pasadyn leads Harvard’s charge to take the Ivy League title back from rival Princeton.
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.
The University of Pennsylvania defeated Villanova on November 10, with both the men’s and women’s teams winning 11 events.
Princeton-bound Billy Swartwout was a double gold medalist on the final night of competition at 2021 Senior Metropolitan Summer Championships.
Tess Howley from Long Island Aquatic Club won back-to-back events on Saturday and lowered her own LSC record by more than 1 second in the 100 back.
Vanessa Chong was at it again this weekend, re-breaking her own Metro LSC 17-18 200 yard butterfly record with a time of 1:57.13
Weinstein posted a 4:46.23, coming two seconds shy of her best time. This is the 13-year-old’s eighth time breaking 4:50 in this event.
Weinstein, who snagged Olympic Trials Wave I cuts in January to become the meet’s youngest qualifier, kicked off her weekend with a new best of 16:29.20.
Chong put up a time of 1:57.64 to erase her previous mark of 1:57.99 set in December.
In the 500 free, Weinstein jumps from #25 to #18 in the 13-14 all-time rankings with her 4:44.10 best time tonight.
Sacred Heart sophomore Tess Howley set a new Metro LSC Record with a blistering 52.33 swim in the 100 butterfly.
Badger’s Matthew Fenlon picked up three wins in the boy’s 100 fly, 200 fly and 200 IM.
Fenlon, a recent Stanford ’25 commit, won both the 100 fly and 400 free. The 17-year-old was 55.66 in the 100 fly and 4:03.99 in the 400 free.
Douglass again set a new personal best with her 100 fly win.