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Women's Swimming/Diving - Archives 2016-17

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Women's Swimming Heads To ECAC Championships
Women's Swimming/Diving 03/01/2017

NEW YORK - On Friday, March 3 – Sunday, March 5 the Columbia women's swimming team will compete in the ECAC Open Swimming & Diving Championships hosted by Navy at Lejune Hall.

Columbia Finishes Sixth At Ivy League Championships
Women's Swimming/Diving 02/18/2017

Providence, R.I. – Sophomore Mary Ashby continued her impressive showing on the final day of the Ivy League Championships on Saturday, Feb. 18 with another podium finish in the 100 freestyle. Ashby clocked in with a fourth-place finish time of 49.72 (NCAA ‘B'), just tenths of a second near the program record time of 49.63.

2017 Women's Swimming & Diving Ivy League Championships Preview
Women's Swimming/Diving 02/14/2017

NEW YORK - On Wednesday, Feb. 15 – Saturday, Feb. 18 the Columbia women's swimming and diving team will compete for conference supremacy at the 2017 Ivy League Championships hosted by Brown at Katherine Moran Aquatics Center.

Columbia Sets Pool Record In Season Finale Win At Dartmouth
Women's Swimming/Diving 02/03/2017

NEW YORK – The Columbia women's swimming & diving capped the 2016-17 dual-meet season with a dominating victory at Dartmouth on Friday, Feb.3. The Lions won 13 of 16 events, including a pool record triumph in the 200 freestyle relay, to defeat the Big Green 178-112.

Women's Swimming & Diving Takes On Dartmouth In Season Finale
Women's Swimming/Diving 02/01/2017

NEW YORK - The Columbia women's swimming & diving team will take on Dartmouth in its dual-meet season finale on Friday, Feb. 3 at 5 p.m. in Hanover, New Hampshire.

Columbia Edged By Brown In Home Finale, 148-152
Women's Swimming/Diving 01/20/2017

NEW YORK – On Friday, Jan. 20, the Columbia women's swimming & diving hosted Brown in its in its final home meet of the season. In a meet that went back-and-forth, including six lead changes, the Bears edged the Lions 152-148.

Women's Swimming & Diving Hosts Brown In Home Finale
Women's Swimming/Diving 01/18/2017

NEW YORK - The Columbia women's swimming & diving team will host its final dual-meet this season in Uris Pool on Friday, Jan. 20 at 5 p.m. in an Ivy League matchup against Brown (5-3).

Cornell Holds Off Columbia Women’s Swimming & Diving
Women's Swimming/Diving 01/14/2017

Ithaca, N.Y. – Victories in five events highlighted the Columbia women's swimming & diving team trip to Ithaca on Saturday, Jan. 14 with Cornell taking the meet 162.5-137.5. The Lions picked up their first triumph of the afternoon in the 200 medley relay as the squad of Mary Ashby, Jennifer Shahar, Julia Samson and Alice Boutant clocked in with a time of 1:44.72.

Cornell On Tap For Women's Swimming & Diving
Women's Swimming/Diving 01/12/2017

NEW YORK - Ivy League action will continue for the Columbia women's swimming & diving team on Saturday, Jan. 14 as they travel to Ithaca to take on Cornell (2-5) at Teagle Pool. Fans can also follow the action with live results available through the links above. Via Meet Mobile, fans can view real-time results and splits, as well as heat sheets, final results and team scores.

Lions Shine At Harvard Despite 173-122 Defeat
Women's Swimming/Diving 01/03/2017

Cambridge, Mass. – The Columbia women's swimming & diving team hit the pool for the first time in 2017 on Tuesday, Jan.3 at unbeaten Harvard. Despite a 173-122 defeat, Columbia posted several top performances throughout the day.

Women's Swimming & Diving Begins 2017 At Harvard
Women's Swimming/Diving 01/02/2017

NEW YORK - The Columbia women's swimming & diving team will hit the pool for the first time in 2017 on Tuesday, Jan. 3 as they take on Harvard at 12 p.m. Catch all the action streamming live from Blodgett Pool on Tuesdaay via the Ivy League Digital Network.

Columbia Downed By Princeton At Home, 122.5-170.5
Women's Swimming/Diving 12/09/2016

NEW YORK – The Columbia women's swimming & diving team hosted Princeton on Friday, Dec. 9 in its home opener at Uris Pool. Despite a 170.5 -122.5 defeat, the Lions had several bright moments on the day.