CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Fresh off the heels of a thorough Ivy League victory last week to open the Winter portion of the schedule, the Harvard women's swimming and diving team heads to Philadelphia for another Ancient Eight battle as the Crimson squares off with Penn on Sunday.
Harvard (3-1, 3-1 Ivy League) is coming off another handling of Ivy foe Brown at Blodgett Pool last weekend. The meet, which was the only home regular-season contest on the calendar, served as a send-off for the Crimson's seven senior swimmers and divers. The Crimson claimed first place in 12 of 16 events on the day -- led by Danielle Lee's four top finishes -- against Brown to down the Bears, 202-98.
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The Crimson looks for its fourth League win of the year when it takes to the pool against the Quakers. Penn comes into Sunday's dual meet 2-4 overall, having gone 1-4 against Ancient Eigtht competition. The Quakers have grabbed wins over Connecticut and Dartmouth, while dropping decisions to Columbia, Cornell, Princeton and Yale.
Fans should follow @HarvardSwim on Twitter for all the live updates, while GoCrimson.com will have recaps of the day's events.