Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming and Diving Hands Columbia Its First Loss

This weekend, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team continued its dominance in conference play, besting Columbia, 192-107, at Uris Pool in New York, N.Y. and smashing five pool records along the way.

Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming Seeks to Further Strong Start in Battle of Unbeatens

After two resounding victories last weekend to open its 2017-2018 campaign, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team will make the 200-mile trek to take on the Lions in its first away meet of the year.

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Men's Swimming and Diving Opens Season with Dominating Dual Meet Performance

​The Harvard men’s swimming and diving squad entered Saturday’s meet against Cornell and Dartmouth with history on its side. The Crimson has only lost to the Big Red twice in its history, and the last time the Big Green topped Harvard was in 1972.

Adult Swim
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No Days Off for Farris: Male Rookie of the Year

In his first year with the men's swimming and diving team, Dean Farris shattered numerous records and led the Crimson to an Ivy League championship.

Adult Swim
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Adult Swim

Ancient Eight competitors swim to the finish at February's Ivy League Championships.

Farris Ain't Fair
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Farris Ain't Fair

Conference rivals dive at the Ivy Championships. Dean Farris set six new records at the event.

Olympic Performance
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Olympic Performance

Freshman Dean Farris put on quite the show at the NCAA Championship meet, breaking two school records and finishing just behind three former Olympians in the 200 freestyle finals.

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Men's Swimming and Diving Concludes 2017 Season at NCAA Championships

In 2017, the Crimson completed an undefeated dual campaign, won the regular season Ancient Eight title, and brought home a 24th Ivy League Championship Meet crown. This week, Harvard added another accomplishment to its collection, finishing 27th at the NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships. The team also picked up three All-America honors, its highest total since 2005.

Farris Isn't Fair
Men's Swimming

Farris Isn't Fair

The men's swimming and diving team claimed the Ivy League title this weekend by a 370 point margin. Rookie Dean Farris led the effort contributing 96 of those points.

Farris Isn't Fair
Men's Swimming

Athlete of the Week: Farris High-Point Swimmer at Ivy Championships

Freshman Dean Farris claimed the Phil Moriarty high-point swimmer of the meet award at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships. The first-year contributed 96 points to the 370 point margin that separated Crimson from its closest competitor, Penn.

Making a Splash
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Making a Splash

The Blodgett Pool, this year's new home for the Bob Kiphuth Trophy, was busy all weekend as swimmers from seven Ivy League teams competed in the conference championship meet.

Making a Splash
Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming and Diving Brings Kiphuth Trophy Back to Blodgett

On Wednesday, the Bob Kiphuth Trophy—the award given to the winner of the men’s Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships—arrived at Blodgett Pool. After four days of competition, it will be staying in Cambridge for the next year.

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Men's Swimming and Diving Rolls Yale, Finishes Perfect Regular Season

​The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team’s meet against Yale was supposed to be a competitive affair—a matchup between the two remaining undefeated programs in the Ivy League, featuring some of the conference’s top swimmers. In the end, though, the contest looked more like just another practice for the Crimson.

No Princeton, No Problem
Men's Swimming

No Princeton, No Problem

Lead by its squad of young freshman, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team is set to compete fro the Ivy League title against Yale this weekend. With Princeton absent from the event after having their season suspended, the conference title comes down to Harvard and Yale

No Princeton, No Problem
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Men’s Swimming, Diving to Take on Yale for League Title

​This year’s edition of the annual men’s swimming and diving HYP meet will be missing a crucial element – Princeton. With the Tigers’ season suspended, the contest will only feature Harvard and Yale.