Princeton, N.J. - While setting a program record for the fifth time, Jonathan Suckow took home three-meter dive crown with a score of 447.80. The victory gives the first-year the Ivy League diving sweep after winning the one-meter dive on Thursday night. The sweep marks the third-consecutive for Columbia diving and its eight-straight crown in three seasons. Suckow was named Ivy League Diver of the Year and joins previous four-time champion teammate Jayden Pantel who posted a third-place finish today in the three-meter dive with a score of 361.80. Pantel was also awarded The Ron Keenhold Awrd, given to the Ivy League's career high point diver.
For the second-consecutive night, Jae Park posted a record-breaking performance at the 2018 Men's Swimming & Diving Ivy League Championships on Friday, Feb. 23. Park clocked in a NCAA 'B' time of 3:45.79 for third place in the 400 I.M. for a new program record, besting the previous record of 3:47.35 set in 2014. Shane Brett and a fifth-place finish in the event with a time of 3:50.10. Michal Zyla broke his own program record of 1:35.50 in the 200 Freestyle with a third-place championship finals time of 1:35.31 (NCAA 'B'). Making podium finishes in the 100 Breaststroke was Jack Smith (4th - 54.05 'B') and Zach Thomas (6th - 54.32 'B') for the Lions
For the third-consecutive season, a Columbia diver takes the one-meter dive Ivy League crown. With a score of 374.20, first-year Jonathan Suckow captured his first Ivy League title at the 2018 Men's Swimming & Diving Ivy League Championships on Thurdsay, Feb. 22. Senior Jayden Pantel also placed third in the event with an impressive score of 346.70.
Princeton, NJ. - A record night for Columbia men's swimming on day one of the 2018 Men's Swimming & Diving Ivy League Championships on Wednesday, Feb. 21 with an imperssive peformance during the opening relays in DeNunzio Pool.
NEW YORK - On Wednesday, Feb. 21 – Saturday, Feb. 24 the Columbia men's swimming and diving team will compete for conference supremacy at the 2018 Ivy League Championships hosted by Princeton at DeNunzio Pool.
NEW YORK – Led by a record-setting day by diver Jonathan, the Columbia men's swimming and diving team capped their dual-meet season with a 162-134 victory over Dartmouth on senior day in Uris pool on Saturday, Feb. 3. The Lions finished the dual-meet season 8-2 overall and 4-2 Ivy League for third place in the conference standings.
Annapolis, Md. – The Columbia men's swimming & diving capped its non-conference slate with a bang on Friday, Jan. 26 as the 400 freestyle relay squad of Kevin Frifeldt, Mark Gullick, Michal Zyla and Albert Gwo combined for a winning time of 3:00.57 in the final event of the afternoon to defeat Navy 151-149. In a meet that saw both teams trading victories through each event, the Lions emerged with their fourth-straight win to move to 7-2 overall this season.
The Columbia men's swimming & diving will cap non-conference play on Friday, Jan. 16 at 2 p.m. as they trek to Annapolis, Maryland to take on Navy.
Providence, R.I. – The Columbia men's swimming & diving team captured their third-consecutive victory on Saturday, Jan. 20 as they defeated Brown 190-110 on the road. The Lions were dominant in another dual-meet performance to move to 6-2 on the season.
The Columbia men's swimming & diving hit the road this weekend to take on Brown on Saturday, Jan. 20 at 12 p.m.
The Columbia men's swimming & diving team move to 2-0 to start 2018 as they took down Bucknell 157-84 on Sunday, Jan. 14. The Lions won 11 of 13 events en route to their fifth victory of the season.
NEW YORK – 2018 begins with a victory for the Columbia men's swimming & diving team as they took down Cornell 150-147 in their return to Uris Pool on Saturday, Jan. 13. The Lions jumped out to an impressive start winning six-consecutive events and held on to defeat the Big Red for their third Ivy League win of the season. With the win Columbia improves to 4-2 overall and 3-2 in conference play.