Michelle D. Healy

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Aquamen: Still Afloat

On the commentary page of last week's Harvard Independent. Marc Goodheart, in his article, "Harvard Sport--Sinking While it Swims," states

Mission Viejo Nadadores Win Nationals

On Saturday evening, following the final session of the 1981 United States Indoor Swimming Championships, the Mission Viejo Nadadores waltzed

Breaststroker Designs Future

Breaststrokers, beware! The absence of John Hencken from this year's United States Indoor Swimming Championships does not mean that he

A Fast Trip to the Top

Competitive swimming is booming in Puerto Rico and Jesse Vassallo is the reason. Vassallo, now residing in Miami with his

Pride of New England Swimming

The contesting of the 1981 United States Indoor Swimming Championships at Harvard University's Blodgett Pool marks the first time the

It's a Family Affair

For the Vandeweghes, sporting events are family affairs. When one member of the family is participating, the others are always

Sophomore Diver Prepares for His First NCAAs

"Championship diving demonstrates the mental control required to compete with the best. Nearly everyone who qualifies for the big meets

Larry Countryman

On Saturday, February 9, 1980, while the Harvard band amused the standing room only crowd at Blodgett Pool and annoyed

Aquamen Sink Opponents at Easterns

HANOVER, N.H.--On Saturday night, while nearing the end of their full three days of dominance at the Eastern Seaboard Swimming

Aquamen Extend Lead in Day Two of Easterns

HANOVER, N.H.--After the second day of the Eastern Seaboard Swimming Championships, the Harvard men's swim team is riding high atop

Swimmers Take Early Lead; Chappell Stars at Easterns

HANOVER, N.H.-The Harvard men's swim team is off the blocks and racing toward that coveted third consecutive Eastern Seaboard Swimming

Jacques Hugon: Swim Manager Carves Niche

Although Jacques Hugon's present role only requires he get wet once or twice a year--like in last Saturday's 79-34 dunking

Swimmers Complete Perfect Campaign

The Harvard men's swim team made one final cruise through the friendly waters of Blodgett Pool on Saturday afternoon, putting

Bobby Hackett

"And in lane number seven, appearing in his final dual meet for the Crimson, the Olympic silver medalist from Chappaqua,

Jacobs and Seelen Pace Varsity Swim Squads

In 35 dual meets stretched across nearly four full seasons as a member of the Crimson's awesome aqua-squadron, co-captain Geoff