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A not-so-relaxing break awaits Penn swimming

On Dec. 27, the men’s and women’s squads fly down to Florida for a ten-day intensive training trip. In preparation for the remainder of the Ivy season, the Ivy Championship and, potentially, the National Championships, the Quakers will endure coach Mike Schnur’s swimming boot camp.

McHugh adds to his legacy

Brendan McHugh swam for Penn for the last time on Saturday and finished his career with a bang, setting new Penn records and personal bests in the 100 and 200 breaststrokes.

Jeff Cragg challenges father's records

Since his freshman year, Jeff — with the coaching of his father — has proved to be one of the best divers ever to walk through Penn, perhaps only challenged by his dad.

Penn swimming falls to Harvard

In its final dual meet of the season, the Penn men’s swimming team fell to Harvard, 168-130. But coach Mike Schnur had only positive things to say about his team’s performance.

Quakers find their go-to swimmer

In basketball, a coach will say he wants his best player to have the ball when the game is on the line. For Penn men’s swimming coach Mike Schnur, that equivalent player — or in this case, swimmer — is sophomore Rhoads Worster.

McHugh brothers look to set the pace for Penn

When senior Brendan McHugh was 17, he participated on a summer swim team with younger brother Dillon, now a freshman, and his three other younger siblings. Thus it was business as usual when the two brothers reunited on the Quakers squad this year.

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