Princeton Edges Ahead of Harvard on Night Three

Night 3 of the Women's Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships.

The third night of the women’s swimming and diving championships brings exciting individual races and a big team battle. Harvard and Princeton are currently separated by two points at the halfway point in this meet. Tonight’s finals include the 1000 free, 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, 3m diving, and 400 medley relay finals.

Team Scores Through Day Three:

  1. Princeton- 1020
  2. Harvard- 964
  3. Yale – 745.5
  4. Penn – 628.5
  5. Brown – 587
  6. Columbia- 527
  7. Dartmouth – 418
  8. Cornell – 383

Day 1 Recap

Day 2 Recap

Ivy League Meet Page


Women’s 1000 Freestyle

It was Princeton’s Ellie Marquardt claiming yet another title. In this timed final event, Marquardt won in 9:34.71. Catherine Buroker of Penn took the runner-up spot, swimming a 9:39.60, whileHarvard sophomore Helena Moreno Hernandez grabbed third in 9:47.07.

women's 1000 free (1-4)

women's 1000 free (5-8)

Women’s 400 Individual Medley

Felicia Pasadyn, a freshman from Harvard, dominated the final to win the 400 IM in 4:08.47, being Princeton teammates Addison Smith (4:14.28) and Regan Barney (4:14.53).

Harvard’s Mikki Thompson took the win in the B final (4:19.42), and Alie Hunter of Dartmouth claimed the C final (4:25.40).

women's 400 IM

Women’s 100 Butterfly

Harvard Senior Miki Dahlke narrowly missed the meet record, claiming gold with a time of 51.88. Her efforts were enough to defeat Princeton’s Christina Bradley (52.75) and Brown’s Sage Matsushima (53.22).

Monkia Burzynska took the B final for Penn in 53.53, and Cornell’s Maegan Rudolph  captured the C final victory with a 54.63.

women's 100 fly

Women’s 200 Freestyle

50 free champion Nikki Venema of Princeton touched first in a close race with Harvard’s Kennidy Quist, taking the win 1:45.31 to 1:45.48. Another Crimson swimmer, sophomore Samantha Shelton, grabbed third place (1:46.16).

Laurel Kiselis of Cornell captured the B final in 1:48.02, with Princeton’s Anna Durak taking the C final with a 1:49.10.

women's 200 free

Women’s 100 Breaststroke

While not matching her time from prelims, Harvard swimmer Jaycee Yegher’s 59.76 was still enough to get the win over Helen Wojdylo of Columbia (1:00.33) and Princeton’s Christie Chong (1:00.98).

Ash Pales, a senior from Yale, got her hand on the wall first in the B final (1:02.63). Penn’s Grace Estabrook finished fastest in the C final (1:03.57).

women's 100 breast

Women’s 100 Backstroke

Addie Rose Bullock, a freshman from Harvard, won a close race in the 100 back. Bullock touched in 53.55, edging Taylor Seaman (53.82) of Brown and fellow Crimson swimmer Mei Lynn Colby (53.88).

Brown’s Sage Matsushima swam a 55.07 to grab first in the B final, with her teammate Allyson Ty doing a 55.66 to take the C final.

women's 100 back

Women’s 3m Diving


Women’s 400 Medley Relay

The combination of Pasadena (53.41), Yegher (58.70), Dahlke (52.00), and Quist (48.61) demolished the meet record by 1.5 seconds, winning with a time of 3:32.72. Princeton’s foursome was second in 3:37.80, followed by Yale in 3:40.34. Penn took fourth, followed by Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, and Cornell.

women's 400 medey relay (1-4) women's 400 medley relay (5-8)



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