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Men's Swimming and Diving 2013-14 Schedule Announced

Harvard will host two meets at Blodgett Pool in 2013-14 (Photo courtsey Kevin Burns). 

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Harvard men's swimming and diving team has announced its 2013-14 schedule. The Crimson will host one regular-season home meet as well as the 2014 Ivy League Championships at Blodgett Pool.  

"Our staff is pleased with our 2013-14 schedule. We look forward to the challenges that our Ivy competitions will provide as well as the opportunity to test ourselves against some of the best teams in the country. The University of Texas Invite will include several top-10 teams and our dual meet against Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin, will be an outstanding experience for our student-athletes," according to the men's swimming and diving coaching staff.

The Crimson will kick off their regular season with a tri-meet against Cornell and Dartmouth on Nov. 15 in Ithaca, N.Y.  After a visit to Columbia on Nov. 22, Harvard will head to the Texas Invitational in Austin, Texas, Dec. 5-7.

Harvard returns home on Jan. 11 to host Brown, a meet that will be streamed on the Ivy League Digital Network. The Crimson will then travel to Blacksburg, Va., to take on Virginia Tech, Virginia and Wisconsin Jan. 17-18, and will compete in the annual HYP meet Jan. 31 through Feb. 2 at Yale. The regular season comes to a close Feb. 8 at Penn.

The Ivy League Championships is scheduled for Feb. 27 through March 1 at Blodgett Pool.  This will be the second time in four years Harvard has been the host site. The diving squad will head back to Blacksburg, Va. for the NCAA Zone Diving Qualifier from March 10-12. The season wraps up at the NCAA Championships in Austin, Texas, March 24-29.

Harvard concluded the 2012-13 regular season with an undefeated record (9-0, 7-0 Ivy), while finishing fourth at the ECAC Championship and second at the Ivy League Championships. The Crimson sent eight athletes to the NCAA Division I Championship in Indianapolis.