Ivy League Championships: Day Two

BOSTON, Massachusetts, February 26. PRINCETON (982 points) will enter the final day of the 2010 Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships with a 38 point lead on defending champion Harvard. Cornell — paced by Chiara Spinnazola’s win in the 100 Back — was the biggest mover of the day, going from 8th to 6th place with 448 points.

Women – Team Rankings – Through Event 14

1. Princeton University – 982
2. Harvard University – 944
3. Yale University – 916
4. University of Pennsylvania – 628.5
5. Columbia University – 498
6. Cornell University – 448
7. Brown University – 387
8. Dartmouth College – 384.5

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