This year at the Ivy League Swim and Dive Championships, the Harvard women's swim and dive team (6-2, 5-2 Ivy League) took home the silver, while Harvard men’s swim and dive team (7-0) was able to win the tournament. For the women’s team, the trip to Providence, R.I. offered the chance to win the tournament in back-to-back years, while the men headed to Princeton, N.J. looking for a sixth-straight conference title.
Men's Swim and Dive Captures HYP Title, Women's Swim and Dive Places Third In Preparation for Ivy Championship
Last weekend the hot, humid atmosphere of Blodgett Pool was especially active as both the Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive teams competed in the Harvard-Yale-Princeton Meet.
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Harvard University's men's swimming and diving team traveled to Princeton’s DeNunzio Pool last week in hopes of winning the program's fifth straight Ivy League title. After four days of electric racing, the Crimson emerged victorious in a closely contested championship.
While Harvard men's swimming and diving clinched another undefeated Ivy dual meet season as it faced off against Princeton and Yale in New Haven, Conn., the women suffered defeats to both the Bulldogs and Tigers.
The men's and women's teams dominated their first Ivy League meet of the season, setting several pool records against Cornell and Dartmouth
As a senior, he has high goals and expectations. Farris will have opportunities throughout next year to prove himself on the national stage heading into the 2020 Olympic trials next summer.
Competing for the Ancient Eight title, the Crimson captured its third consecutive Ivy League Championship this past weekend, clearing the second place team by 223 points.
Earlier this week, both the men’s and women’s swimming teams traveled out to Austin, Texas for the Hall of Fame Invitational and the diving teams to Athens, Ga., for the Georgia Fall Invitational.