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Oscar Meyer

By Alan C. Chiu
Co-captain Alex Meyer led the Crimson men’s swim team to another strong season, in which the squad finished second to Princeton at the Ivy League Championships once again. Meyer ended the season on a high note, placing 14th in the 1,650-yard freestyle at NCAA’s to earn All-American honors.
Co-captain Alex Meyer led the Crimson men’s swim team to another strong season, in which the squad finished second to Princeton at the Ivy League Championships once again. Meyer ended the season on a high note, placing 14th in the 1,650-yard freestyle at NCAA’s to earn All-American honors.

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