Even with a chaotic slate, the Quakers managed to finish in the top half of the field in both the Ivy League and Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) championships.
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For the next three days, the Quakers’ focus will be put to the test during the Ivy League Championships held at Harvard’s Blodgett Pool in Boston.
Despite several season-ending injuries, the Penn men’s swimming team can still savor a battle for southeastern Pennsylvania swimming supremacy.
Despite earning valuable momentum from winning the Nike Invitational at Kenyon College last weekend, the Penn women’s swimming team fell to a less prolific Columbia opponent last night in New York, N.Y.
For the fourth year in a row, the Quakers will head into winter break undefeated after beating Yale and Brown.
The Quakers were defeated, 1531-1446.5, by the host Kenyon Lords in this weekend’s Nike Invitational, coming in second of the five competing teams.
In three years of attendance at Kenyon College’s Nike Cup Invitational, the Penn women’s swimming team never beat the hosts or took home a title. That is, until this year.
Though the Penn men’s squash team lost six seniors and much experience to graduation this past May, the team has high hopes as it opens the 2009-10 season Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y., against Western and Cornell.