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Sophomore Danielle Lee is used to setting and breaking records. When the Crimson swimmer helped her team win an Ivy League Championship a month ago, she broke the conference record for her 400-medley relay performance with a time of 52.77 seconds, and set a new record for Harvard too.
The Harvard men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs proved their dominance within the Ivy League with their individual league championships but in the upcoming weeks, a few Crimson athletes will have the chance to represent Harvard on a national scale.
Brandyn Curry tallied 12 second half points to lead Harvard to victory on Saturday against Princeton despite the Tigers’ early lead.
The women’s swimming and diving team captured its third Ivy League title in six years this past weekend. Junior Kelsey Hojan-Clark, shown above in previous action, finished sixth in the 400 individual medley.
The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team finished with 1409 points, edging out Princeton by just 25, to take home the Ancient Eight crown this past weekend.
Participating in a sport that is focused entirely on time, it was fitting that seniors Kyle Krueger and Paige Newell ended their swimming careers not necessarily thinking about how fast they were swimming, but about how they had arrived at this moment.
One doesn’t normally associate hat tricks with swimming and diving, but the Harvard women’s swimming and diving scored a rare three-peat, winning the HYP meet for the third year in a row. The victory over Yale and Princeton at the Robert J.H. Kiphuth Exhibition Pool marks the end of Ivy League competition for the Crimson this season.
Fresh off a 202-98 victory against Brown eight days prior, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team travelled to Penn on Saturday morning and handled the Quakers with a similar ease. The Crimson took 14 of the 16 events and cruised to the win, 201-95.
The women of the Harvard team (3-1, 3-1 Ivy) defeated the Bears (4-1, 0-1), 202-98. The win marks the Crimson’s 11th consecutive win against Brown.
The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team (2-1, 2-1 Ivy) had impressive showings at separate invites this past week, with the swimmers traveling to the Texas Invitational, and a small contingent of swimmers and divers going across town and finishing second at the MIT Invitational.
Coming off an upset loss in its first dual meet of the season, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team (2-1, 2-1 Ivy) was determined to right the ship when it traveled to Hanover, N.H. this past weekend.
Streaks are meant to be broken, and the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team (0-1, 0-1 Ivy League) saw two impressive winning streaks come to an end in its loss against Columbia (1-0, 1-0 Ivy League) on Saturday: a 14-meet winning streak against Ivy League foes stretching back to January 28, 2011, and a perfect 28-0 record against Columbia since the first contest between the two teams in 1985.
The Crimson was perfect through the dual meet season, but a slow start at league champs prevented a title repeat.
Junior swimmer Sara Li took the blocks at NCAA Championships alone, but it was a team effort that got her there.