Crimson staff writer
Sam O.M. Christenfeld
Sustained Excellence: Team of the Year, Runner-Up
When you’ve been winning for 88 years, it’s hard to make a season stand out. As problems go, it’s a good one to have, but it’s the problem that the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team faced at the beginning of the 2017-2018 campaign.
Men's Swimming and Diving Claims Eight All-America Accolades at National Meet
All season, Harvard has risen to the occasion of high-stakes meets. This weekend was no different as the Crimson traveled to Minneapolis for the 2018 NCAA Championships and picked up eight All-America accolades en route to an 18th-place finish to close out its season. Six All-America honors from sophomore Dean Farris pushed Harvard to an 18th-place finish in the nation.
Men's Swimming and Diving Runs Away With Ivy Crown
The Crimson took no chances in making sure that history didn’t repeat itself at this year’s championship meet, held this week at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, N.J. Harvard led from the first event and eclipsed the rest of the Ivy League to capture the Ancient Eight crown for the second year in a row and the 25th time overall.
Men's Swimming and Diving Closes Out Undefeated Regular Season
Harvard easily beat Yale, 242-111, and Princeton, 250-103, at Blodgett Pool. With the win, the Crimson closes out a second undefeated regular season in as many years and repeats as Ivy League Dual Meet champions.
Men's Swimming and Diving Wins Season's Final Home Meet
The Crimson took on Bryant and Rider on senior night and downed its opponents, 218-81 and 223-76, respectively. The victory sees the Crimson remain undefeated not just at home, but across all dual meets this season.
Men's Swimming and Diving Extends Win Streak against Penn
With Brown suspended indefinitely, the Crimson breezed past the Quakers, 181-108, to maintain its perfect mark in dual meets and extend its run of wins against Penn to 47 straight.
Men's Swimming and Diving Opens Season with Dominating Dual Meet Performance
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving squad entered Saturday’s meet against Cornell and Dartmouth with history on its side. The Crimson has only lost to the Big Red twice in its history, and the last time the Big Green topped Harvard was in 1972.
No Days Off for Farris: Male Rookie of the Year
In his first year with the men's swimming and diving team, Dean Farris shattered numerous records and led the Crimson to an Ivy League championship.
Women's Lacrosse Falls to Cornell in Ivy Tournament
With the 16-11 loss to Cornell in the semifinals of the Ivy League Tournament, the women's lacrosse team's season has drawn to a close.
No. 11 Cornell Clamps Down on Women's Lacrosse
Although the Crimson lost 13-6, the team will have a shot at redemption on Friday when it faces Cornell again in the Ivy Tournament semifinal.