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Crimson Whips Princeton, Finishes in 16th Place

"What happened to Harvard?" everyone wanted to know when it was over. The meet was at home. Harvard had distinguished

Swim Team Set to Prove Itself

This is it. The grueling preseason with its seemingly endless yardage; the sun and full-time training in Puerto Rico over

Gators' Depth Leads the Field

Gone are the days of dynasties in NCAA swimming. No longer can any team arrive at the Championships worried only

The Sports Cube Predicts

First    Second    Third 50 Free  Coan (TENN)  Gaines (AUB)  Wyatt (ARIZ) 100 Free  Coan (TENN)  Gaines (AUB)  McCagg (AUB) 200 Free  Gaines (AUB)  Larson (FLA)  Kraus (SMU)

Aquamen Romp at Eastern Seaboards

PHILADELPHIA. Pa.--Scoring individual first places in three events and collecting another host of top-six finishes the final day, the Harvard

Aquamen Capture Advantage In Opening Day of Easterns

PHILADELPHIA--Senior Steve Schramm and freshman David Lundberg scored individual victories in the one-meter diving and 200-yd. individual medley, respectively, but

Place Your Bets

March 7, 1975: Under the tutelage of Ray Essick, the men's swimming team prepares to embark upon their annual journey

Crimson Aquamen Rout Bulldogs, Earn Share of Eastern League Crown

In what amounted to a tune-up for next weekend's Eastern Championship, Harvard's aquatic machine rolled to a 70-43 victory over

Swimmers Face Challenge Tomorrow

There will be no looking ahead to future competitions this time. The strength of the opposition is fearsome and well-documented.

Shaving: A Hair-Razing Dilemma

"What happened?" everyone wants to know. "How did we lose to Princeton?" "They shaved and were really psyched. They just

Racquetmen Topple Favored Tigers... While Tiger Aquamen Upset Crimson

It was something that no one who was there will ever forget. A team effort rivaling that of the Harvard

Princeton Comes Growling Into Town

Harvard-Princeton swim meets in recent years have been dogfights. In five of the last six years, the winner has finished

Hackett and Crimson Swamp UMaine

Pool records fell in all but one swimming event, Maine pulled off a major upset in the medley relay, but

Aquamen Conquer West Point

Harvard's consecutive dual meet victory streak reached 25 Saturday when the Crimson continued its romp through the Eastern League schedule

Lundberg and Crimson Fleet Sink Naval Academy, 72-41

Spurred on by the brilliant early-season swimming of freshman David Lundberg, Harvard sank the Naval Academy Mid-shipmen, 72-41, at Blodgett