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By Alan C. Chiu
Senior Douwe Yntema, shown above in earlier action, classmate Michael Dunn, junior Rob Newell, and sophomore Brendan McIntee finished first in the 200-yard backstroke, earning 18 out of 197 points Harvard amassed against Penn on Sunday. A day earlier, the Crimson beat another Ivy League foe, Brown, to continue undefeated in the conference.
Senior Douwe Yntema, shown above in earlier action, classmate Michael Dunn, junior Rob Newell, and sophomore Brendan McIntee finished first in the 200-yard backstroke, earning 18 out of 197 points Harvard amassed against Penn on Sunday. A day earlier, the Crimson beat another Ivy League foe, Brown, to continue undefeated in the conference.

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