It was a beatdown, to be sure.
Ivy League swimming has for many years been just a three horse race. But at this year’s Ivy Championship Meet, Penn women’s swimming showed that the rest of the league that it is not so far behind.
The Red and Blue finished fourth overall with 952 total team points, the most the team has registered at Ivies since 2008.
To cap off their regular seasons, Penn men’s and women’s swimming teams blew past West Chester and La Salle this weekend, hopefully gaining momentum before the Ivy League Championships.
The weekend holds starkly different story lines for the three squads competing, but a 4-0 nonconference record for Penn swimming is surely not out of the question.
The Quakers kept the Blue Hens in their coop this Sunday, as Penn swimming and diving emerged from Sheerr Pool victorious over Delaware.
Throughout its season, Penn swimming often has fewer home contests than any other sport. With a majority of the program’s meets taking place on the road, it’s on the Quakers to make the most of their
As a result, this weekend, the Red and Blue will try to make the most of a rare opportunity as both the men’s and women’s squads prepare for matchups with Delaware at Sheerr Pool on Saturday.
In what will be the second and final home meet for both of coach Mike Schnur’s squads, Penn’s matchups with the Blue Hens will be the first of three consecutive nonconference meets before the program swims in the Ivy Championships starting on Feb. 19.