The annual Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet saw Harvard men’s (6-2, 6-1 Ivy) and women’s (5-2, 5-2 Ivy) swimming and diving teams make waves at Princeton’s DeNunzio Pool, with the former going undefeated on the weekend and the latter going 1-1.
Competing against 20 other teams, Marlo and the Los Huevos —composed of six sailors, three coming from the Harvard Sailing Team —dominated the waters of Mission Bay, Calif. They advanced through the quarterfinals, winning three matches, and ultimately claimed the prestigious George R. Hinman Trophy — a symbol of excellence in team racing and one of the most coveted prizes for regattas.
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