A youthful Harvard men’s swimming team wrapped up a strong weekend at the NCAA Championships in Seattle, Wash., on Saturday, finishing the meet with a total of eight All-American honors between the swimming and diving teams.
As Yale freshman Mollie Rogers’ perfectly-placed kill landed in the middle of four Harvard (11-12, 4-9 Ivy) players to seal a convincing 3-0 victory for the Bulldogs (18-5, 12-1), Yale players began celebrating not just a victory over a conference rival but an Ivy League championship.
As Yale freshman Mollie Rogers’ perfectly placed final kill landed in the middle of four Harvard players to seal a convincing victory over the Crimson (11-12, 4-9 Ivy), the Bulldogs (18-5, 12-1) began celebrating not just a 3-0 victory over an arch-rival, but also an Ivy League Championship.
The call of the football field has kept life in a cubicle at bay for a few recent Harvard graduates.
While some, like Collin Zych ’11—who made it all the way to the Dallas Cowboys' final cut—had their pro dreams recently put on hold, a few others have taken up pro careers at varying levels around the world.