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Harvard-Yale brings out the best in Tweeters across campus every year, and the 2015 edition of the rivalry game certainly didn’t disappoint.
Harvard swimmers broke two records at Columbia’s Uris Pool on Friday, and the Crimson went on to record a convincing 220-79 win over the Lions.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team continued its undefeated streak on Friday and Saturday, posting big wins against Dartmouth and Cornell.
Midterms got you down? Have no fear! There are a few things to look forward to: a Harvard-Yale victory (hopefully), Turkey break, and—as always—an abundance of fine tweets from even finer Crimson athletes. So, please, put down the Economics textbook for a few moments and instead enjoy some of the greatest tweets of the week, courtesy of Harvard Sports:
The Harvard men’s swimming team won its first meet of the season over Bryant, 165-120. The Crimson set the tone with a one-two-three-four finish in the 200-yard medley relay, the first race of the night, and never looked back.
As some teams near the end of their seasons and others look to start with a bang, this weekend at Harvard will have a host of worthwhile games to follow.
Bailar made his decision to swim for the men's team shortly after attending Visitas this past April.
Incoming College freshman Schuyler Bailar, the first openly transgender swimmer in NCAA Division I history, will swim with the Harvard men's team this upcoming season.
The swimmer’s journey—from a Harvard women’s swimming recruit to an incoming member of the men’s team—is a historic one in the world of college athletics.
For Harvard divers, there are many preparations that go into landing the perfect dive.
The men’s swimming and diving team’s season came to an end this weekend as two final competitors participated in the NCAA Championships in Iowa.
In the Zone A Championships, Mosca competed in both the three-meter and one-meter events. He placed well enough to move on to the NCAA Championships in both events.
Senior Mike Mosca's sweep in the one and three meter dives helped the Crimson place second at the Ivy League Championships.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team captured its third straight victory in the annual HYP Meet, downing perennial foes Yale and Princeton and capping an undefeated regular season. The Crimson was led by upperclassmen like senior Mike Mosca, who took home wins in both diving events.
The class of 2015 is going out with a splash. The Harvard men’s swim and dive team (9-0, 7-0 Ivy) finished off the dual meet season with a sweep of Yale (7-2, 4-2) and Princeton (7-3, 5-1) in the annual HYP meet this weekend.