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Season Preview: Individual, Team Ivy Titles on Women's Swimming and Diving Agenda

2010-11 Season Preview Video

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - 
Despite only winning one event at the 2009-10 Ivy League Championships, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team still came within 27 points of defending its title last season. Alexandra Clarke ’10 led the charge for Harvard all season, earning a first-team All-Ivy League nod and breaking her own school record in an All-America performance in the 1,650-yard freestyle at the NCAA Championships. However, at the outset of the 2010-11 season, the Crimson has a new set of seniors, ready to lead a talented group of swimmers and divers on a quest to reclaim the league title.

Stephanie Wriede Morawski, the Costin Family Head Coach for Harvard Women’s Swimming and Diving, enters her 14th season at helm of the program with a roster that features seven returning All-Ivy athletes from last year. While the 2010-11 schedule features only two home meets, the Crimson is prepared to get it done on the road this season.

Morawski and diving coach Keith Miller preview the 2010-11 women’s swimming and diving season in the video below.