Senior Emily Duarte of field hockey, senior Eli Dershwitz of men’s fencing, and both junior Dean Farris and senior Brennan Novak of men’s swimming and diving earned Google Cloud Academic All-District At-Large Team honors, as selected by CoSIDA.
Harvard’s Dean Farris won an NCAA title for the second time in as many days, claiming the 100-yard freestyle crown Saturday night at the NCAA Championships. The title came a day after the junior won the 100 back in Austin, Texas.
Harvard men’s swimming and diving junior Dean Farris won the 100-yard backstroke Friday night at the NCAA Championships in Austin, Texas. His performance marked the 11th time the Crimson has taken home an NCAA title in program history.
Harvard men’s swimming and diving earned three additional All-America honors on Thursday, just 24 hours after its 800 free relay team garnered All-America accolades at the NCAA Championships in Austin, Texas.
Harvard’s Dean Farris set the NCAA and American record in the 200-yard freestyle with his effort on the opening leg of the 800 free relay Wednesday night at the NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Austin, Texas.
Harvard is ready to compete at the 2019 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships at the Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center in Austin, Texas. The meet is set to run from Wednesday, March 27-Saturday, March 30.
Harvard men’s swimming and diving junior Raphael Marcoux has earned an invitation to the NCAA Championships, which are set for March 27-30, at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center in Austin, Texas.
Three Harvard men’s divers will travel to Annapolis, Maryland, for the 2019 NCAA Zone A Diving Championship. The regional meet is slated for Navy’s Lejeune Hall and will run from Monday-Tuesday, March 11-12.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team earned 15 all-Ivy League honors, including 12 first-team accolades, the conference announced today. Kevin Tyrrell, The Ulen-Brooks Endowed Coach for Harvard Men’s Swimming and Diving, meanwhile, was named the Ivy League Coach of the Year for the second time in three seasons.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team secured its third consecutive Ivy League title on Saturday after it won three events on the final day of the conference championship meet. The Ivy crown is the Crimson’s fourth in the last six seasons.
Harvard maintained its lead at the Ivy League Championships and received a stellar performance from junior Dean Farris on Friday at Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center on the campus of Brown University.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team increased its lead on Thursday at the Ivy League Championships. The Crimson, which led by 20 points after Wednesday’s action, now leads by 141.50 points going into the third day of the four-day Ivy meet.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team will begin its Ivy League title defense this week at the Ivy League Championships in Providence, Rhode Island. The Crimson enters the meet at Brown as the two-time defending champs.
No. 25 Harvard Men’s Swimming and Diving built on its first-day lead and cruised to a sweep of Yale and Princeton at the H-Y-P meet on Sunday at Blodgett Pool. The Crimson won the annual meet for the second consecutive season.
Harvard Men’s Swimming and Diving made an early statement and did not let up as it finished with a 146-40 lead over Yale and a 114-72 advantage against Princeton after first-day action at the annual H-Y-P meet.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team is ready for its final home meet of the season and the annual contest vs. Yale and Princeton. The H-Y-P meet is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at 6 p.m. and noon, respectively. Both days will air on ESPN+.
Harvard men’s swimming and diving re-entered the TYR Top 25 Dual Meet Poll, emerging at No. 25. The Crimson share the position with Auburn as both earned 25 points, sitting just five points behind 24th-ranked Purdue.
Harvard men’s swimming and diving for the second consecutive season posted the second-highest GPA for the fall semester in NCAA Division I to garner Scholar All-America Team honors, the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announced on Tuesday. It marked the eighth time in the last nine years the Crimson has earned a top-5 GPA among Division I schools.
Harvard men’s swimming and diving returned to the Blodgett Pool for the first time since November and defeated Penn and Brown on Saturday afternoon. The Crimson earned a 198-102 decision over the Quakers and picked up a 216.50-83.50 win over the Bears.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team begins its final homestand of the 2018-19 season on Saturday at noon when it welcomes Brown and Penn to Blodgett Pool. The Ivy League double-dual is scheduled for a noon start.
Harvard men’s swimming and diving won six events, but ultimately fell short at No. 12 Georgia, 170.5-129.5, Monday afternoon in Athens. The loss snapped the Crimson’s four-meet winning streak, dropping it to 4-1 on the season (3-0 Ivy League).
Hal Watts paced Harvard men’s diving on Friday in second-day action of the Wally Nakamoto Hawai’i Diving Invitational. After competing on the 3-meter board on Thursday, the event moved to the 1-meter competition just 24 hours later.
The Harvard men’s diving team returned from the holiday break on Thursday and competed at the Wally Nakamoto Hawai’i Diving Invitational. Representing the Crimson were Alec DeCaprio and Hal Watts against a field that included the Rainbow Warriors and Wisconsin.