Crimson staff writer
Junior diver Jing Leung and freshman freestyler Miki Dahlke competed in a field dominated by Pac-12 and SEC schools.
Refreshed and recharged after its annual winter training trip, Harvard women’s swimming and diving handled the Quakers and Bears to extend its undefeated start to the season.
The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team traveled to Invitationals in Texas and Georgia to take on a slew of new opponents, crushing multiple school records in the process.
The domination was apparent on the board, in the individual events, and in the relays, with the Crimson taking gold in the first nine swim events.
With notable performances from throughout the squad, five Harvard competitors traveled to Annapolis this weekend to compete in ECAC championships.
Going into the Ivy League Championship Meet, freshman Meagan Popp had seen her fair amount of high-placing finishes, but she had yet to top the podium as a member of the Harvard women’s swim team. Three days later, Popp’s name has been stamped into the Crimson record books a grand total of three times.
Harvard women’s swimming and diving fell short in the much-anticipated HYP meet, with Yale and Princeton both handing the Crimson its first losses of the season, 167 – 133 and 165 – 135 respectively.
This weekend, four Harvard sailors traveled to College of Charleston for the ICSA Match Race Championship, where they took home seventh of 10 teams. This regatta closed off the Crimson’s fall season.