For brothers Chris, Tim, and Sean Satterthwaite, going Ivy wasn’t enough of a feat. Instead, they decided to add walking on to Division I swim teams to their list of accomplishments.
Undefeated in the Ivy League for the start of its 2013-2014 campaign, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team (3-0, 3-0 Ivy) took a break from Ancient Eight competition to test itself against stiffer squads. With the swimmers flying halfway across the country for the Texas Invitational, the divers remained in Cambridge for the MIT Invitational.
Aided by strong performances across event groups, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team defeated Columbia at Uris Pool on Friday night, extending its perfect record.
Coming off an undefeated 2012-13 dual meet campaign, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team extended its win streak into the 2013-14 season with a dominating performance in the pool on Friday night.
Three Harvard teams will take the field this fall with new head coaches on the sidelines, after the Harvard athletics department dealt with significant turnover during the summer by both promoting from within and hiring from afar.
The Crimson cruised through an undefeated dual meet season en route to a second place finish at Ivy League Championships.
Harvard became the first Ivy League team to defeat Princeton in its own pool. The Crimson couldn’t repeat at Ivy League Championships and took second place to cap off an undefeated dual meet season.
Harvard’s performance at the season-ending meet did not quite live up to its regular-season promise. The Crimson turned in eight top-30 performances but failed to reach the finals in any event.
In their final competitive event of the season, eight members of the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team will hit the water in Indianapolis to compete in the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships. Coming off a season in which the Crimson went undefeated in dual meets before barely losing the Ivy League Championships to four-time defending champion Princeton, Harvard will have one final test against the nation’s best squads.
With a second-place finish in the one-meter, Mosca became the first Harvard diver since 2003 to punch his ticket to the NCAA Championships.
This weekend has seen Crimson athletes in action on the national scene. Junior Rebecca Nadler tried her hand at the ...
With an undefeated dual meet season in the books, the No. 18 Harvard men’s swimming and diving team entered this weekend pursuing one last goal for the season: an Ivy League title. But after three days of competition, the Crimson eventually fell short of its last goal, losing the Ivy League Championships by a mere 68 points to Princeton.
Harvard Sophomore Chuck Katis, shown above, leads the undefeated men's swimming team into this weekend's Ivy League Championship.
After an undefeated dual meet season, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team looks to secure its place at the top of Ancient Eight swimming with a win at this weekend’s Ivy League Championships.